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Hi, ladies! We’re back with another Saturday film treat for you! (Like Saturday morning cartoons, but even better!) This week we have the breathtakingly lovely film by Cabana Pictures that goes along with Wednesday’s inspiration shoot from Jessica Lorren. Enjoy!

Love this film? Make sure to check out the full post with all the details and vendors here! You can also see more of Cabana’s work on their site here!

P.S. A few previously-featured films:
A stunning white Charleston wedding by Elysium
A gorgeous tented wedding by Inkspot Crow

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Kasey D reply

    Jenn and Zeus of Cabana Pictures produced another amazing piece! Their style and lighting blew me away. Love it!

  2. avatar Laura Leslie reply

    Incredible! I don’t think I’ve ever watched a film of yours where I didn’t get goose bumps and the fuzzies. You guys are unreal.

  3. avatar Lauren Daversa reply

    Always a pleasure to collaborate with my favorite cinematographers! Thanks for the love Southern Weddings!

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A Saturday post on the Southern Weddings blog? Heavens to Betsy!

Nope, you’re not dreaming. We just thought Saturdays would be the perfect time to share our favorite wedding films that come across our desks — kind of like the grown-up, wedding-lover version of Saturday morning cartoons! Plus, posting video on Saturdays means y’all can watch with the sound up without worrying about a boss peeking over you shoulder! :)

This week’s treat is from Phillip and MacKenzie of Inkspot Crow Films. They’re sharing the beyond-fabulous wedding of Katharine + Alex, a gorgeous couple who were married last month in Pinehurst, NC. We’ve included the vendors below because we know y’all are going to go crazy over this beauty; if you want to read up on a few more details, check out Inkspot Crow’s blog post here!


Stunning! Here’s the talented group who made it come together:

Coordination: Lucy Hamilton and Lisa Johnson of Hamilton Johnson & Co // Ceremony: Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church Pinehurst, NC // Reception Design: J.W. Walton of The Catering Company of Chapel Hill // Reception Location: private lot in CCNC Pinehurst, NC // Flowers: Maggie’s Farm, Pinehurst, NC // Catering: CCNC Pinehurst, NC // Lighting: Dave Watson of Get Lit Special Event Lighting // Band: Big Blast & The Party Masters // Makeup: Fiquet Bailey Swain of Luxe Apothecary, Raleigh, NC // Hair: Samantha Slate

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Esther reply

    AHHH!! Cinematography has become one of my favorite aspects of a wedding, and it’s because of videos like this! First off, the silk robes for the bridesmaids were gorgeous! And is it just me or does the groom look a bit like a younger version of Dr. McDreamy?! But the best part was definitely the “love without brussel sprouts.” :)

  2. avatar laurie c reply

    what a great video and wonderful way to get me excited about the wedding I’m shooting today!! would a great cinematographer… looked like a fairytale wedding!!

  3. avatar MeganH reply

    this is utterly perfect in every single way. wow. (this may be hard to top in the next following saturdays!)

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    […] Weddings Magazine & Blog. If you haven’t checked out their post of this film, please click here! To read more about this classic Pinehurst wedding, read our blog […]

  5. avatar Nancy Ray reply

    Holy moly! What an absolutely stunning wedding! Great job Inkspot Crow for capturing such a fabulous couple in love – and editing that gorgeous film in less than a month! Two thumbs up :]

  6. avatar Teresa Bryson reply

    LOVE it:)

  7. avatar Desiree reply

    Who gets on a Leer Jet after their wedding!? How fabulous! That has to be one of the most glamorous weddings I’ve seen. Love it.

    And that priest is amazing! He should travel…seriously!

  8. avatar David Watson reply

    It was such an amazing opportunity to work with so many professionals on this event. What a beautiful event. Such a honor to be in this magazine.

  9. avatar Jacqueline L. reply

    I love the bride’s natural/soft look. She’s stunning! He’s pretty darn’ handsome as well. And the plane exit? Really? Awesome! The film was really well done, I especially like the Morning Benders track.

  10. avatar Laurien reply

    Omg, I think I just fell in love <3 And I want a priest with a sense of humour like that at my wedding : ) Inkspot Crow… AMAZING!

  11. avatar Paper, Cotton, and Flour :: Inkspot Crow Behind the Scenes Film « Southern Weddings Magazine reply

    […] Inkspot Crow’s work on their blog and website, and be sure to check out their past SW feature right here! xo Emily November 8, 2011 | view Emily's blog 0 viewcomments hidecomments What doy'all […]

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Thank you all so much for letting me share my sister’s wedding! My entire family (and many of our friends) had a hand in putting it together, and we wouldn’t have had it any other way. After all the lugging of endless crates of wine, the frantic phone calls between Minnesota, Connecticut, North Carolina, Maine, and back again, and the whole getting-up-at-5-am-the-morning-of-the-wedding thing, it was definitely all worth it. As a final gift to Kate and Cormac, my boyfriend John and I made them this film from the week. It’s not quite up to the standard we usually feature on SW, but it definitely, I think, captures the heart behind the day. Enjoy!

P.S. Since I know not all of you necessarily care about the family vacation/getting ready parts, feel free to skip ahead to 3:53 for the start of the wedding weekend or 6:00 for the morning of the wedding!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar PEggy reply

    Love, love, love the video!!! I have watched it maybe 6 times now and I still cry every time.

  2. avatar brooke @ claremont road reply

    Emily, I love this!! How sweet of you and your boyfriend to make this, and I loved seeing how everything came together. From the cases of Blue Moon (my favorite!) on the boat, to the fast-motion decorating of the tent and the adorable fist-bump between the best man & ring bearer, it showed how everyone they love was involved in making their special day happen. So sweet.

  3. avatar Meredith reply

    So much fun! Kate + Cormac are so lucky to have that video- it’s so much fun to watch it months later, I cannot imagine what it will be like for them to watch it years later. Good job, John & Emily!

  4. avatar 2010 Personal Highlights :: Emily « Southern Weddings Magazine reply

    […] My second highlight would have to be my sister’s wedding. Again, magical doesn’t really begin to cut it. Time with my family has become increasingly precious as I’ve gotten older, and we were so lucky to be able to spend 10 full days with each other getting ready for the wedding in our favorite place in the world. I wrote five posts on the SW blog about Kate and Cormac’s big day — check them out here, here, here, here, and here. […]

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