But at the same time I had to be happy at the growth we are seeing in this new business venture Jordan has created for us. If you’re a new reader, we started out by filming our friend’s wedding, which sparked enough interest (including interest in Australia!) to make Jordan think about pursuing it.
I know it’s often said that couples shouldn’t work together. It’s definitely not always the easiest thing to do when we are dealing with the stress of the wedding day. But in general, I think J and I make a pretty good team!
On the morning before a wedding J is always running around making sure all the equipment is packed in the car. I probably bug him a time or two about eating something. I make sure we have granola bars and water bottles in our camera bags so that we are prepared for the long day ahead. We hop in the car, J drives, I navigate. This is when the butterflies set in.
When it’s time to start shooting, I stick with the bride and J takes the groom. As soon as I start filming, the butterflies leave. There’s work to do!
It’s a really special thing to capture some one’s wedding. It’s such a happy day and you can’t help but get wrapped up in the lovey dovey feelings. They even leave me feeling like I might want one for myself one day. ;]