*We encourage you to
*We encourage you to watch this film when you have a few minutes to yourself, and you have a tissue handy.
Cynthia and Jaremy’s wedding day was filled with so many emotions. We couldn’t help but shed a few tears ourselves on the wedding day (as well as editing this film). You see, Cynthia’s father has passed away. Her love for her dad was evident throughout the day. When we were talking with her, she asked if she could write a letter to her dad, and read it on camera. Although we knew that would be quite difficult, we told her it would be something that we’d be glad to film for her. Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect. As a father myself, I couldn’t help but to think about my little girls, and how they would be if I weren’t able to make it to their wedding day. It tore me up. Needless to say, it was quite the emotional moment. Cynthia is so strong, and poised. She read her letter to her dad, and we were all in tears. Such raw emotion, for a man that was truly loved by his family.
What we do isn’t just making fun movies for you to enjoy. It is much more than that. We are there to help you preserve your memories. To preserve the memory of your loved ones. Sometimes this job can be quite difficult, and to be honest, it was hard to make it through these moments. But I am so happy we were able to capture it for them.
During their first look, Cynthia gave Jaremy a handkerchief with a letter to her dad on it. Jaremy kept this with him all day long. During the reception, without Cynthia knowing it, Jaremy had written a letter to Cynthia’s dad vowing to take care of his little girl. He had one of his groomsmen read the letter for everyone to hear, and let’s just say we were all left speechless.
So was the day sad? Not at all. Were there difficult moments. Of course. But here’s the thing. This is their story, this is their life. We are so thankful that they were willing to be vulnerable with us to the point of letting us in on these moments. The day itself was actually a blast. Definitely their were sad tears, but mainly the day was so light and fun. The couple was so kind to us, for the last year of knowing them. Since the wedding, we have been texting each other almost daily. I truly am getting to a point in my career where my couples are becoming friends. It is a huge honor that I don’t take lightly.
Cynthia and Jaremy,
You are my people. You are the reason I do what I do. We love the two of you, and feel like a part of your family. I thank you for your vulnerability with us. I thank you for treating us so well. Thank you for trusting in what we do. Thank you for so many things. If you need us, we are here. I only hope this film helps bring you back to that day. That perfect day. Know that he is looking down on you both, and proud. Know that you will see each other face to face again. This pain is temporary.
Videography / Photography - Redeemed Productions
Venue, Catering - The Mayo Hotel
Coordination - The Mayo Hotel Weddings
DJ / Lighting - LionsRoad
Florals - The French Bouquet
Cake - FrOSTEN’s
Hair - Kristy Shackelford (The Beauty Shop)
Makeup - Cori Farrar (CMP Artisty)
Dress - Casablanca Bridal
Bridal Boutique - Facchiano’s
Jewelry - Groom-Moody’s bride-band Moodys, ring Isreal Diamond
Stationary - The Inviting Place
Groom’s Attire - Facchiano’s & Mens Warehouse
Rentals - Party Pro, Party Perfect
Travel Agent - Carol Peitz (Apple Vacations)
Photo Booth - Excellence Photo Booth
Mayo Hotel Wedding Film, Mayo Hotel Wedding Video, Mayo Hotel Wedding Videographer, The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa OK
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I don't want to dance at my wedding do you have to ??
I didn’t get to ask my dad if he would walk me down the isle. He died 5 months ago, 11 months before my wedding. On my wedding day it will be exactly 11 months since he died.
Best & most favorite neighbors I ever had. God bless you both, keep you safe, and walk with you every step of your lives. Jaremy and Cynthia as a couple are the definition of what REAL love is. Sorry for the loss of Cynthia's father & glad she was blessed to have Jaremy to support her and stay by her side in her time of grief and beyond. The two of you will always have a place in my heart.
Wow the liars post this to my account family members family friends with message
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This is really upsetting.
This is really upsetting. I'm posting this here for the people who don't have Twitter. Jack posted on his Twitter to tell everyone that he'll be taking a break from streaming as his dad passed away recently.
Wishing him all the best. My condolences to him and his family
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Jack is a good person and I’m not a Stan or anything but he was a part of my childhood and millions of other people if he needs months off I think we should respect that and not push him to upload I hope he gets better soon
WOW WASN'T EXPECTING TO CRY TODAY THANKS MAN
But in all seriousness, my condolences to Seán and his loved ones
oh.. poor Jack :(
I'm sorry but I can't be the only one who absolutely HATES when people unnecessarily bring god into the conversation... Especially since Jack has stated multiple times he is atheist. Let the poor man grieve without bombarding him with your religious beliefs
(this is regarding quite a few comments replying to his tweet. I understand they are well-intentioned but as someone who is also atheist and has faced loss, it feels shitty hearing about 'God' and his 'reason' for taking your loved one as if it makes it better)
And then there’s the 3 year old that said his dad was not the impostor...
The groom's father passed
The groom's father passed away before the wedding and the groom gives one incredible, emotional speech to his bride.
So.. get the tissues. These two have one incredible story. Like... legit out of a movie.
They met while at Alex's grandparents bar on November night. He waltzed in and she couldn't keep her eyes off of him - apparently the feeling was mutual. Not too much later, Taylor approached Alex and began talking, laughing and connecting right away. She knew there was something special about him. Their groups split up and went different directions.. but later in the night, they found each other AGAIN at another bar. Taylor took his chance, pulled her in and started dancing with her. She immediately felt those butterflies, which scared her enough to sneak out and leave when he wasn't looking... Cinderella anyone?!
Not long after, they re-connected. Alex said she knew it was love when one night while they each were at different weddings, Taylor drove 30 minutes to her because he just couldn't wait to see her. Then he brought her back to meet his friends and family and the rest is history.
The real beauty of the story, though, is that Alex came into Taylor's life "at the most important time" as Taylor says. Sadly, his dad passed away not long after...
Alex was there to support Taylor, and be there for him during one of the hardest moments of his life. His life was so beautifully remembered and celebrated during their wedding and the start of THEIR new life together. He may not have been there in body, but he was there in spirit.
We felt beyond blessed to share in these sweet moments and craft a film based on their incredible story... and we still get emotional watching!
Venue: Lee County 4H Center
Wedding Planner: Jordan Williams from Ever After Planning
Make-up Artist(s): Tasha O’Malley & Terri Leffleman
Florist: Pollen & Pastry
Photography: Rachael Osborn Photography
Catering Company: El Jacalito
Bakery: Pollen & Pastry
DJ or Band: Eisenberg Productions
Jeweler: Kay Jeweler
Invitations/Stationery: MMD creative (Mary Mahan-Deatherage)
Cameras we used:
- Sony a7sii
- Canon 5Dmiii
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Song: "It’s Always Been You (instrumental)" by Marie Hines
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