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Backyard Austin Wedding Highlight Film in Super 8 & HD: Molly & Jaime

Backyard Austin Wedding Highlight Film in Super 8 & HD: Molly & Jaime

Molly and Jaime remind me how much I love filming weddings! Warm, creative, eclectic, fun — their wedding was all of these things! A pair of teachers who met in Bogotá, Columbia, where they live, they hosted an amazing wedding celebration in Molly’s parents’ backyard in Austin, Texas. Filled with color, unique touches, and lots of music (Jaime and his friends are talented musicians!), their day was a joy to capture on a mix of Super 8 film and HD video. See for yourself below! Also check out their team of talented vendors including Yellow Umbrella Events, Erica Gray Beauty, Gypsy Floral, and Lisa Woods Photography (photos from there day, here)

Congratulations Molly & Jaime and ¡Felicitaciones!

Molly & Jaime Wedding Highlight Film: Super 8 & HD Wedding Videography – Austin, Texas from Nostalgia Film on Vimeo.

Wedding Vendors:

Catering: DNA Events
Cinematography: Nostalgia Film
Coordinator: Cheryl Bailey, Yellow Umbrella Events
Cupcakes: Sugar Mama’s
DJ: Andrew Thaggard, Texas Pro DJ
Dress: Zara
Florist: Gypsy Floral
Invitations: Couple
Make-up/Hair: Erica Gray Beauty
Photography: Lisa Woods
Rentals:  Premier Events, Loot Vintage Rentals
Suits: Custom-made
Other Vendors: Marye’s, Intelligent Lighting Design
Venue: Private residence

Songs licensed via Song Freedom

OMG!!!! WE LOVE IT and laughed SO HARD!!! Did you see Jaime’s face after the cupcake part???? It’s hysterical!!! And us after the vows…agh! love, love, LOVE it!!!

By Nostalgia Film

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Vintage-style Super 8 film, modern videography, and photography for weddings and events to remember…
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