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Emerald at QueensRidge – Sarah + Patrick – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers



Sarah and Patrick both work for Social Security as claims representatives.

They met at work, Patrick started there before Sarah. Patrick was that really nice, funny guy at work that helped everyone. They started going to yoga together as friends. It was adorable how inflexible Patrick was. They began hanging-out after yoga and little by little they started hanging out outside of yoga, eating, watching movies, going to the gym together. Each time they spent time together, they spent more and more time together, 30 more minutes, 1 hour more, until every time they went out was a 6 -7 hour friend date and they were both bleary-eyed, but they would keep talking to spend more time together.

It all seemed like it went in a flash, but seeing everyone, though brief, it was wonderful. It seemed like everyone was so happy, so that made us really happy,” recalled Sarah and Patrick.

“The 3 details from my wedding that were my favorite were, 1, seeing each other for the first time walking down the aisle. Patrick looked so handsome and he said he loved seeing my smile. 2, seeing the venue put together the first time, all the vendors did an amazing job. The cake by Leopold’s Bakery Rolling In Dough was beyond what we thought it would be. 3, we both loved getting our caricature done by Vic Rinaldo, he was so nice and he’s so talented,” Sarah explained.

“If we could offer one piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding, it would be to start the planning early. That will make it easier to get what you want and not have to worry about it,” said the couple.

Emerald at QueensRidge was absolutely wonderful. Their packages are incredible compared to a lot of venues we checked out. It was so easy to feel comfortable that those things they were handling were going to be taken care of.  Jessica Lopez was an absolute joy to deal with during the planning process, especially because we live out of state and since we hadn’t thought of all the things that needed to get done! She made us feel like we were making great decisions and when the day came, we really loved everything,” Sarah and Patrick explained.

Our vendors were amazing! Venue/Catering: Emerald At Queensridge; Cake: Leopold’s Bakery Rolling In Dough; Photography: Cashman Brothers; DJ: High Class Studios; Caricaturist: Victor Rinaldo; Tuxes: Men’s Warehouse; Bride’s dress: Terry Costa Bridal Boutique in Dallas, TX; Bride’s maids Dresses: Alfred Angelo,”said the couple.

I saw Memory Lane Video at a Bridal Extravaganza, but didn’t even bother to stop because I thought, wow that’s too fancy for us, we probably can’t afford it. Our coordinator at Emerald At Queensridge, said we should check them out and one of the coordinators even said she was using them for her own wedding. I saw their videos and thought, wow those are really impressive, maybe I can just check to see what packages they do offer,” Sarah recalled.

“Now that the wedding has commenced, we learned it all goes by so fast, all the late nights making stuff, stress worried how it was going to turn out, during the day of we didn’t really think of all that. We were just happy everyone told us they had a good time. Definitely set a budget and try to stick to it as much as you can. Try to plan things together, my husband chose the cake and helped pick out colors, he was great and I’m lucky to have a guy that did care. Ask for help when you need it. If you’re not sure on something you’ve chosen, ask your vendors a question; or if you need help bagging candy, there’s someone who’s not involved with the wedding party who will help. Everyone wants to see you happy as well,” explained the couple.

“Weddings can be stressful. Try to listen to each other and be realistic. Sometimes wedding envy can get the best of everyone. You will get through it and you’ll be a little sad when it’s over,”Sarah and Patrick said.

We’ve never seen wedding videos like Memory Lane’s. You guys are amazing.  You really seemed to capture a couple’s personality and take their cherished memories and give them something they will want to show everyone. It was so impressive to learn about all the detail that was put to each video. We asked John a million questions during our first meet up and Ricky and staff were so great about answering any questions we had later on.  We wish we could’ve gotten all the extras, but again, we had to budget. We’re so happy we were able to budget for the package. Memory Lane Video really helped us choose what was right for us. Their staff were professional and wonderful to deal with.  We really can’t wait to see the final product,” explained the couple.

“On the day of the event, Memory Lane Video got so many shots. They were so very nice and professional. I forgot they were filming several times as I was getting ready because they were so good at not being intrusive on the day. I thought I was going to be a lot more nervous having people in the bridal suite taking video when we got ready but it really wasn’t bad,” Sarah recalled.

“We had been warned by everyone to get video of the wedding because you won’t remember everything and it will be such a blur. They were so right! It felt like it happened in the blink of an eye. We weren’t able to spend all the time we wanted with our guests so it’ll be wonderful to see how they got to spend the time there.  People should consider Memory Lane Video’s services because there is not a lot of videographer’s like them who capture the wedding like a movie. We love movies and so having something different from the norm was very important to us,” explained the couple.

Where are the Mickey’s honeymooning? Disney World of course! It’s the happiest place on earth! They also have a trip later on to Hawaii for Mrs. Mickey planned because she might need a little bit of a vacation after all the walking.

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Emerald at QueensRidge – Cat + Andrew – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


Cat is a teacher.  Andrew is an electrician. They met online and after weeks of endless emails and texts, 1578 to be exact, they decided to meet in person on May 19th 2012.

“Andrew picked me up, such a gentlemen, I ran down stairs, opened the door, turned my head, and saw a guy in a bright green shirt walking toward me adjusting his sunglasses. Andrew drove to the 51′s game. I assumed we were going to buy tickets at the game, but then he said he had previously purchased tickets under the misters because of the sweltering Vegas heat. I gave him points for that one, he is so thoughtful. After the game, we headed downtown to Fremont St.  We walked around El Dorado Days, a yearly carnival, with beer cans covered by trash bags.  I had him hooked right there, a girl who loves baseball and drinks beer! It didn’t take long though for him to discover I am actually a martini girl,” Cat recalled.

Cat and Andrew’s Engagement Story

“Andrew decided to take me to Circus-Circus for our one-year anniversary.  We went to Buffalo Photo where you dress up like 1920s gangsters and take cute pics.  We were separated into different rooms.  I put on a flapper dress and some feathery accessories.  Andrew got into a three-piece suit. Actually, his suit only looked like three pieces but the shirt, vest, tie, and jacket were all one – important point I will refer back to :) The photographer took a few solo shots of Andrew first. I noticed how nervous he seemed but figured it was because we had an audience and he was in the spotlight.  Then I had some solo shots and finally a few together,” said Cat.

Andrew was standing behind me ready for the picture, he leaned in and whispered, “I was going to ask you to marry me right now but I can’t reach the ring.” I replied, “What did you just say?” Andrew repeated himself.  I slightly turned and asked if he was serious.  He replied, “Turn around and take the picture”.  I stepped backward and made eye contact. He opened up his fake suit and I went into his real shirt pocket and pulled out a ring.  Andrew put it on my finger, I said yes and I began shaking with excitement. Esmeralda grabbed my arm and said, “Hold it together, I have to take more pictures!”

“The most memorable moment of our wedding was when we were walking down the aisle and seeing each other for the first time in the church,” said the couple.

“Our 3 favorite details from our wedding were, 1, Addy talking to Cat non-stop from the Red Rock Hotel to the church. 2, Lilly organizing a spinning in flower girl dresses count-down. 3, Daddy walking out of the groom’s bathroom when we thought we were finally alone,” Cat and Andrew recalled.

Our advise to a couple planning there wedding is to make sure you eat before the fun begins, cause once they do you will be way to busy to do anything but take pictures. Also keep a list of all the pictures you want and have the photographer keep in his pocket,” said the couple.

“The key factor that helped us choose our venue, Emerald at QueensRidge was their all-inclusive package,” Cat and Andrew said.

“Apart from Memory Lane Video, the other venders we were happy with were our wedding Photographer, Imagine Studios and our cake decorator, Rollin in the Dough Bakery,” recalled the couple.

Memory Lane Video is unique. We looked at other companies but none had the artistic qualities. On the day of our wedding we didn’t even notice them,” explained Cat and Andrew.

“For our honeymoon, we took our brand new 5th wheel camper to northern Nevada and California.  We drove all over both states and enjoyed peace and nature. We celebrated the two of us becoming a family,” said Cat and Andrew.

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The Smith Center – Carrie + Kasra – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


Kasra and Carrie both work on the strip. Kaz is a Website Product Manager at Las Vegas Sands Corp and Carrie a Sales Manager at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

The couple meet at UNLV while they were both going to college. A mutual friend introduced them and Carrie knew from the moment she met Kasra that there was something special about him. Because they were living in the dorms, they didn’t have a very formal courtship – they just hung out a lot. Their first official date was about a month after they got together. They went to In-n-Out and to the movies.

“The most memorable moment from our wedding day for me was the last two songs that were played (Bohemian rhapsody and I don’t want to miss a thing).  Everyone was on the dance floor singing and I just remember feeling so loved in those final moments of our night,” said Carrie.

“The ceremony and also the grand entrance were probably the two most memorable for me. The song when Carrie and her farther walked down the aisle is one of my all time favorites and it was just a beautiful compliment to the whole moment. And the grand entrance into the reception was just bad ass,” said Kasra.

“The 3 details that are our favorite are: 1, the Dance Floor. We fought for this black and white dance floor throughout the wedding planning process and it totally paid off! 2, all of the stationary. Programs, menus and invitations, etc. 3, the photobooth. The pictures were hilarious,” the couple recalled.

“The one piece of advice we would give is to hire Scheme Events. Rissa and her team truly made this day what it was! She made the whole experience fun and stress free! We honestly don’t know how anyone plans a wedding without a wedding planner. And our wedding planner was the best,” said Carrie and Kasra.

The Smith Center was the only venue we even looked at. We fell in love with the beautiful art-deco architecture and the fact that the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception were all in the same place made it even more appealing. The venue is just so different from anything else you can find in Las Vegas. It was the perfect venue,” the couple explained.

“We are so happy we choose Alt – F for our photography!! John and Dalisa are geniuses and we cannot wait to see our photos from the big day,” said Carrie and Kasra.

“We knew about Memory Lane Video from one of our closest friends, Tony. We wanted the best and Memory Lane Video along with the fact that Tony has know us for about 6 years made it a no brainer decision,” the couple explained.

“We learned a lot looking back on everything! I think the most important thing we learned is that you can’t do it all by yourself – which brings us back to Rissa and all of the other vendors. Everyone was so professional it was a great experience! The biggest thing that was not worth the stress was the guest list. People who want to be there will be and you have realize the ones who don’t won’t matter on the day. We spent way to much time stressing about how people we invited and who was or wasn’t coming. So silly,” said Carrie and Kasra.

“We wanted to document this day so we would always have something to remember. Memory Lane Video is the best at what they do so who better to create that memory for us? We didn’t even look at other companies. It was always Memory Lane Video from the start! On the day of our wedding, we admired that we didn’t even realize they were filming,” the couple recalled.

“The is a huge necessity for the video. The flowers will die, the food will get thrown away, the dress and suit will get back into boxes but you will always have the video to bring you right back to that day.  Again, because the video is one of the only things that will last forever you want it done right which is way we chose Memory Lane Video and that’s exactly what we tell people,” Carrie and Kasra explained.

“Our honeymoon was in Big Sur, California at The Post Ranch Inn. We only had a limited time for our honeymoon so we want to go somewhere that didn’t take a whole day to get to. It was perfect. So relaxing and beautiful. Exactly what we needed,” said the couple.

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Red Rock Lanes – Ashley Rae + Michael – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


“We love! Food of course, but also each other, God, family, traveling and more. Those things keep us living. But what do we do that makes that living possible? Ashley Rae works for the top consulting firm in the country. She recruits undergraduate students to join the company as full-time professionals. I work at the University of Southern California. I’m a data guy that spends most of his time managing process and systems and crunching numbers,” said Michael.

“Michael and I met on a bus. Seriously.  A bus! And not a cute one either. A real, city, often smelly and overcrowded bus. We both lived in downtown Los Angeles and would take the bus, also known as the Dash, to and from work daily. We saw each other for weeks before having an actual conversation. I’m not sure how I did it, but one day I got enough nerve to say hello—the rest was history,”said Ashley Rae.

“For me, the most memorable thing on our wedding day was seeing Ashley for the time with her dad. I definitely cried. In fact I cried quite a bit that day (and unfortunately for me Memory Lane Video has it all on DVD)! But it was her dress, her hair, her makeup…the sight of her is something I will never forget,” Michael recalled.

“We loved many details about our wedding day. Definitely the best part about it the day, was the fact that we did it our way. Our ceremony and reception weren’t traditional at all. We wanted the day to be a reflection of our personalities and the things that are most important to us: faith, family, food, games, we did it all…even bowling! Secondly, we loved our outfits. Ashley Rae seems to think she was born in the ‘50s and her dress was definitely a reflection of that. We both like classy looks, thus the bowties. Our wedding party seemed to love their outfits as well as they contained nontraditional elements:  varying color tones, modern designs and who can turn down a good pair of suspenders?  We had custom made wooden bowties for the groomsmen with socks to match. Our last favorite thing about the day, is really the most fortunate thing—we were able to share it with our parents. Both of our parents have been married for 37 years each. They are in great health and still love each other. Their blessing and presence was the greatest gift of all,” explained Michael.

“If we had one piece of advice for couples, it would be to remember that the day is about you. It is an expression of your love and a replication of your relationship. Don’t worry about meeting the status quo and imitating things you’ve seen in magazines, do things you want to do. Lastly, remember to work in down time during your day. There are plenty of things going on—pictures, dances, dinners and then some. At some point in the day, sneak away or step back from it all, and simply take it in.  Breathe in the goodness. It’s one moment in your life that you don’t want to forget to take it in,” the couple said.

“The key factor that made choosing a venue easy, was the fact that we wanted to have fun and actually engage with our guests. We’re nerds.  We love bowling, games and dancing so that’s what we wanted for our reception. We found a venue that had private lanes, comfy couches, a bar and good food—we couldn’t say no,” Ashley Rae and Michael recalled.

“We only chose two vendors to complete our day—Memory Lane Video and Maple Hill Photography. Norina from Maple Hill does amazing work and our wedding images were absolutely breathtaking. She also shot our engagement photos, so by the time our wedding rolled around, we felted bonded and she knew exactly what we wanted,” said the couple.

“I think we were fortunate to not have a stressful wedding. We knew what we wanted going into it, we knew how we wanted the day to flow, where we wanted to be, and what we wanted to spend. Aside from some last minute surprises there wasn’t anything that really stressed us out. Of course Ashley may have a different answer. Not to say planning wasn’t a team effort, it was. It’s just that she was more like Kobe Bryant and I was more like Smush Parker,” Michael explained.

“Our advice for couples planning a wedding is to remember your day is about the marriage, not the wedding. Is it worth going to debt over? Is that one particular cake worth crying over? Likely not. As long as you two are together in the end, that’s all that should matter. Don’t forget the focus while dealing with the details,” said the couple.

“We chose Memory Lane Video because after making a list of our top “must haves” for our wedding, documenting the day with photos, videos and keepsakes was at the top. We wanted to be able to, when we’re old and scooting around in the nursery home, pop in a video and relive the entire experience. (And just in case memory isn’t our best friend, we may need it to help make us remember who we married also)! Norina from Maple Hill confirmed that this was a good choice, so we booked immediately.  On the day of the event we liked that John and his team just rolled with the punches. It was a pretty, all over the place day and they were super patient and flexible with the craziness. Definitely professionals.” explained Ashley Rae and Michael.

“If we were to describe the necessity of having your day videoed, we would simply emphasize one word: memories. You want to have the complete memory of your day from start to finish. What that does, is it enables you relive the feelings, the smells, the laughter and mishaps, every part of the start of your new life. You’ll have it all. Booking with Memory Lane Video enables you to have do just that,” the couple said.

“We look forward to going to Thailand for our honeymoon. It’s rich in culture, history and good food. We also chose it because giving back is huge for us and we look forward to doing volunteer work while there. It’s a chance to enjoy our blessings and hopefully bless others as well. Can’t wait,” said Ashley Rae and Michael.

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Hilton Lake Las Vegas – Bianca + Dayne – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers

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Bianca is the owner/instructor of a dance studio, Bianca’s Dance Company, located in Fort Saskatchewan, AB Canada. Dayne is completing his mechanical engineering degree at the University of Alberta and also instructs at the dance studio.

Bianca and Dayne first met at Shelley’s Dance Company in 2002 when they were both 12 years old. It was not love at first sight however as even though they were placed in the same dance routines they never spoke the entire dance season. The next year Bianca transferred from her junior high school in Stony Plain to Victoria School of Visual and Performing Arts where Dayne was also a student. Bianca recognized Dayne from dance class but still they had no communication. It was not until Shelley Tookey, owner and instructor of Shelley’s Dance Company made the two kids duet partners that they began to warm up to each other. During the first duet rehearsal Shelley made the two hug because she wanted them to be comfortable with each other doing lifts and partner work. That really broke the ice and that year Bianca and Dayne became great friends spending lots of time together both at school and the dance studio. On June 24th 2004 Bianca phoned Dayne up and asked him to officially be her boyfriend. Dayne said yes and since then the two have been inseparable. There was a rule against dating at the studio and even though Bianca and Dayne were able to keep their relationship a secret for months eventually the other students and staff found out. The pair continued at Shelley’s Dance Company performing five duets before high school graduation. Immediately after graduation Bianca and Dayne moved out from their parents homes and into their own apartment. It was shortly after that Dayne proposed.

“The most memorable thing for us about the wedding day was the ceremony. It was so emotional and so special. If felt amazing to be saying our vows and becoming husband and wife after 10 years together. There are so many special moments from the entire day we can’t stop thinking about all the amazing memories we created that day,” Bianca and Dayne recalled.

“There were so many amazing details that made our wedding unique and personal. Our 3 favorite details were: 

1, our photographer Edi from Images by Edi. Her and her assistant were absolutely amazing and captured every moment of the day perfectly. We are so happy that in years from now when the details of the day are not as clear we have all of our stunning photographs to look back on. 

2, the decor! As this was a destination wedding for us we did not have an opportunity to see much of the decor in person. We were completely blown away by the work Pin Up Brides did in creating a beautiful ceremony site as well as unbelievable reception decor. It was all so breathtaking and more beautiful than we could have ever imagined. 

3, the details that all of our friends and family put into the day were amazing. All the small details like a bridesmaid making sure we had champagne and orange juice while we got ready to my mother steaming my dress perfectly to the incredible slideshow my maid of honor shared at the reception. All those details really make the day,” said the couple.

“If I could offer advice for other couples planning their wedding it would be to just relax because it all comes together in the end. Not everything will go exactly according to plan but that’s okay.  Instead of stressing over tiny hick ups in the day focus on all the amazing things that are happening. Also seek help and advice early on in the planning stages. Dayne was so busy with university and work that I did most of the planning myself. Planning a wedding a running my own business was insanely stressful and I wish I would have asked for help from family and friends earlier on instead of trying to do everything myself. The best piece of advice I can offer is stick to your wedding budget and try to account for as many expenses as possible when making the budget. If you are having a destination wedding make sure to renew your passport! I realized my passport was expired on the way to the airport and we had to delay flying to Las Vegas. Luckily we were able to make it and only had to delay our flight by a few hours but it was definitely stress we did not need a couple days before the wedding,” Bianca explained.

“The key factor that helped us choose our venue was the stunning location. We wanted a Las Vegas destination wedding without all of the glitz and glam of the strip. The Hilton at Lake Las Vegas was perfect because it’s not too far from the strip but far enough that it has an elegance and tranquility that you don’t find on the Las Vegas strip. Both the scenery of Lake Las Vegas and the Hilton Hotel were perfect for the tone we were trying to set for our wedding,” said the couple.

“Aside from Memory Lane Video, we were also really happy with our DJ from Elegant Entertainment. He really knew how to keep the party going at the reception and got all our guests up off their feet dancing,” Bianca and Dayne recalled.

“There is so much we learned through the process of planning the wedding and the day of that we could write a book! Honestly the most important thing is to enjoy the day and take time to create special moments with just the two of you and with all of your friends and family. It goes by so incredibly fast so just enjoy. There were so many things that were not worth the stress but also necessary to make our day come together. Planning a wedding is stressful but you get what you put in. Although at times the planning process felt overwhelming I’m glad we did all that we did because it made our wedding day feel perfect and it was all worth it,”explained the couple.

“We found Memory Lane Video online while doing research on wedding vendors. They had the best reviews by far than any other videographers in the area. They also had the most interactive website with samples of their work which made it so easy to feel comfortable booking them from Canada.  They were so great at answering all my questions by phone and email which is so important when planning a destination wedding,” Bianca and Dayne said.

“After inquiring with Memory Lane Video and seeing their work I was sold! I was able to meet with them on a trip I took with my mother to Las Vegas about 6 months before the wedding and after seeing all of their work I did not want to meet with any other video companies. When I got home I showed everything to Dayne and we booked them right away,” recalled Bianca.

“On the day of the event what we admired most about Memory Lane Video was their skill, professionalism and attention to detail. They always knew where to be and what to do even at times when we felt lost. They really helped guide us through the day and their attention to detail was something we really appreciated. It felt like they really took the time to make sure everything was perfect for us,” the couple said.

“For us having fantastic video service was at the top of our wedding priority list. Video is so important because after your own memories of the day fade you will have something to watch to relive those special moments. The day flies by so fast so even things you may have missed on your wedding day you can look back at the video and see all those details. Future couples should book with  Memory Lane Video because of their skill, professionalism and attention to detail. They are the best in the business and can show you their work to prove it,” explained Bianca and Dayne.

“The two of us had our Honeymoon in St. Lucia. After looking at so many different destinations we decided on St. Lucia because it had everything we were looking for. It wasn’t too far, we knew we didn’t want to go on a 20 hour plane ride after the wedding, it had lots of things to do and seemed like a fantastic island to relax which was our main priority after the wedding. We decided to stay at two different resorts on opposite sides of the island to really experience all St Lucia had to offer. It was so nice to have some time just for the two of us after the wedding to reflect on the day and spend some quality time together as husband and wife,” the couple said.

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2810 Private Estate – Kelly + Karim – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


Karim is a financial advisor at TD Bank. Kelly is a registered nurse in chronic disease management.

They first met at Karim’s house when Kelly was heading out on a road trip with his sister.  Kelly had been friends with his sister for over 6 years before they actually met. Our first date involved them going to eat dinner at a steakhouse. They sat at the bar because their table wasn’t ready and the conversation flowed and the laughter continued until late at night. They then headed to Starbucks where Kelly introduced Karim to the wonderful world of Chai Latte, to this day he is still hooked.

“The most memorable thing that I can’t stop thinking about was Karim’s vows. He’s always been so good with words but when he read them to me it made my heart melt. I tried so hard not to cry. He definitely makes me feel like the happiest woman in the world,” said Kelly.

“The most memorable moment for me was seeing Kelly in that beautiful wedding dress. She kept it hidden from me for over a year and I was just so eager to see it. She looked like an angel in it and I still to this day keep asking her to put it back on,” said Karim.

“Three details from our wedding that were our favorite was 1, getting married at that lovely villa surrounded by friends and family that we haven’t seen in a long time. 2, would be the FOOD! We had such awesome caterers and the food is still something we talk about. And 3, would be the after party at the Bellagio. Having the fountains in the background, surrounded by good company and awesome music, it made for such a memorable night,” the couple recalled.

“The one piece of advice we can offer other couples planning their wedding is to make a budget at the start and set it in stone. Do not let silly things make you go over and beyond your budget,” said Kelly and Karim.

“Some of the key factors that helped us choose our wedding venue was that the 2810 was a private of the strip location. We loved that it had this massive pool for everyone to enjoy and the bridge with the gazebo in the middle was perfect for our wedding location. It had enough bedrooms to fit all our family and friends,” the couple explained.

“The other vendor that we were happy to have chosen was the caterer, Masterpiece Cuisine. We are foodies, and love to enjoy a good meal and boy, did they make a delicious feast. We loved how professional they were. They came to setup, cook and cleaned up at the venue without us even noticing they were there. If it wasn’t for the lovely food smell coming out the kitchen you wouldn’t have known we had caterers working at the venue,” said Kelly and Karim.

“We heard about Memory Lane Video through the research we did on the internet. We knew we wanted a videographer instead of a photographer since everyone pretty much has a camera phone these days. After looking through some sample videos on their blog, we knew we had to go with Memory Lane Video,” the couple recalled.

“What we learned after the wedding was over was that we could do anything together. We were able to survive the stress of getting things organized and making sure everyone was happy at the house. The most important thing we learned was that we cannot live without each other. We are each other’s support system and we love each other more than anything.  The things we thought were not worth the stress was worrying about some friends and family who weren’t able to be there because of the location we chose,”explained Kelly and Karim.

“The advice we can give other couples about planning their wedding is to concentrate on what you want the day to look like. Not what some magazine, movie and people tell you your wedding should look like,”the couple said.

“What made us book Memory Lane Video was the videos that were posted on their blog. They looked like they came straight from Hollywood and they had a high level of professionalism about it. The reviews we read on wedding sites also proved Memory Lane Video was the MVP of videography. What we most admired about Memory Lane Video on the day of our wedding was how professional and personable the film crew were. They kept us right on schedule and incorporated everyone at the wedding including our doggies.” explained Kelly and Karim.

“The way we would describe the necessity of video is that its poetry in motion. A picture just cannot do justice to capture a memory. Having sound and motion can really capture the true spirit of the moment. With the advancement in cell phone cameras you will be getting lots of wedding guests taking some great shots for you to keep. In our opinion, your wedding photographer budget should be replaced for a videographer,” the couple said.

Kelly and Karim will be honeymooning in France in the next year. They chose France because it is the romance capital of the world. From its historic capital city to its beautiful southern beaches, France is the place to be for newlyweds. Plus, the French cuisine is second to none in the world, something they are very excited to try out.

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel – Elizabeth + Brandt – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers

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Brandt is the director of salary cap and football operation analytics for the Kansas City Chiefs. Elizabeth is a communications consultant to foundations and non-profits and is also an educator at Lululemon.

Brandt is the younger brother of one of Elizabeth’s cabin-mates from summer camp. They reconnected when his sister got married two summers ago and Elizabeth was a bridesmaid. They walked each other down the aisle at that wedding too!

“Standing underneath the chuppah with our parents was very special to us. We knew we were surrounded by all of our family and friends and that was the most important thing for us on our wedding day,” recalled Elizabeth and Brandt.

“Our 3 favorite details from the wedding were, exchanging our wedding rings, being introduced for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Brandt Tilis and when the confetti canons went off to Pitbull’s song Timber,” the couple said.

“Our advice to couples planning their wedding would be to have fun planning and remember that the wedding is about committing your life to each other and the wedding itself should be a reflection of that. The details are important, but remember the wedding is just the beginning, that your real life and fun happen after everyone goes home,” explained Elizabeth and Brandt.

“We knew we wanted to get married in Las Vegas in a hotel with a good location, but one that wasn’t too crowded. Elizabeth didn’t want to be a bride in a smokey casino. The Mandarin Oriental perfect because there was no casino. It was very classy and they were easy to work with. It was the perfect combination of all the good things about Vegas, and none of the bad,” Brandt said.

“We were happy we chose Tory Cooper to be part of our special day. We couldn’t have done it without her as our wedding planner. She was great from the first time we met her. We loved all of our vendors, and have to give a special shout out to our fabulous photographers, AltF. We don’t have enough positive things to say about Dalisa and John Michael Cooper,”explained the couple.

“We found out about Memory Lane Video from our wedding planner Tory Cooper, who we trusted in all things in Las Vegas! We absolutely couldn’t have planned a remote wedding without her,” Elizabeth and Brandt said.

“Now that the wedding has commenced, the most important thing was that we were surrounded by family and friends. Everything else was just icing on the cake, and our cake was delicious too! We weren’t too stressed about much planning the wedding. Maybe over whether people would cancel at the last minute and we’d have to redo the tables, but it all worked out,” explained the couple.

“Seeing the quality of Memory Lane Video’s work made us want to book their services. On the day of our wedding, what we admired most was how seamlessly they were able to complete their jobs. We barely even noticed they were there, though of course we are thankful that they were,” Elizabeth and Brandt said.

“The wedding and reception go by so fast and having video is a great way to relive all the moments that you may have missed. Your wedding is a moment you’ll only get once. You want to be able to have it for your kids, grand kids and the rest of your family,” explained the couple.

Elizabeth and Brandt honeymooned in Bora Bora. They wanted to go somewhere relaxing and figured a trip to the French Polynesia was a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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TPC Summerlin – Lisa + Brad – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


Brad is an A-10 Avionics Systems Technician in the Air Force and Lisa a nurse in the aesthetics field and works for Ideal Image.

The couple met at a bar/club here in Las Vegas called King Ink. Brad was there with some friends and Lisa was there to meet up with one of their mutual friends. They spent the night talking and dancing and went out to breakfast after together with their friend.  Later that week they met for our first date at Starbucks early in the morning after Brad got off work from his night shift.  They talked about where they came from and where they wanted to go in their lives and talked every day since then.

“The most memorable thing from our wedding would have to be Mandy’s (one of the bridesmaids) speech/rap. She and her husband planned out the rap in just a few hours’ time. It was by far one of the funniest things we’ve ever seen and we will never forget it,” recalled Lisa and Brad.

“Our favorite details from our wedding would be, Keri Macanas and the staff at TPC Summerlin. They are absolute pros and were so helpful and sweet. They made sure everything ran flawlessly.  The food was also amazing and was by far the best wedding food we’ve ever had! We absolutely loved the beautiful flower arrangements and bouquet by Enchanted Florists. They did such a great job turning our ideas into reality,” the couple said.

 “Some of the key factors that helped us choose TPC Summerlin were the location/scenery and cost. The TPC Summerlin golf course is a beautiful location for a wedding because it shields out the Las Vegas city landscape. Since we are locals we didn’t want the typical Vegas wedding.  Also, TPC isn’t a cookie cutter kind of venue. It gave us a lot of flexibility when it came to the planning and cost. Keri also made us feel like she really cared about our event, instead of some of the other places we looked at where we were just another wedding to get through,” explained Lisa and Brad.

“We had some of the best vendors in this town! Exceed Photography did such an amazing job with all of our needs in terms of photos. Our family and friends can’t stop saying how great our photos turned out. Our cake from Las Vegas Custom Cakes was absolutely gorgeous and yummy  and  it turned out better than we could have imagined. Our DJ from Knight Sounds Entertainment kept the energy going all night. Also, Hadia Frelke, from the Kelly Cardenas Salon did a flawless job on mine and my mom’s make-up,” Lisa recalled.

“Now that the wedding is over what we learned is to cherish every moment you have with your family, friends, and loved ones, and that it is important to take time to just enjoy each other.  The most important thing about our wedding was everyone being together. Some of our families and friends hadn’t seen each other in a while so it was great to just have everyone together and for our two families to get to know each other better. Two weeks after our wedding one of our Groomsman, Mike Lynch, passed away in a tragic accident. That was the last time we saw him and we are so thankful we got to spend that special time with him and his wife Holley. Looking back all the little material details that go into a wedding really aren’t worth stressing over. The only thing you will remember in the long run is the time you spent with your loved ones and the memories you made with them. And that is always more important than what color your tablecloths are,” explained the couple.

“Advice we would give to future couples on planning their weddings would be to not get too caught up in the planning and the stress of the day that you forget to enjoy it. It should be a fun time in your life and in reality your wedding day is just a day to celebrate with your family and friends,” Lisa and Brad said.

“We found out about Memory Lane Video from the bridal expos we attended. We booked with them because we really wanted a wedding video that would be a keep sake that we could show to our children and grandchildren someday. Something special we could watch and re-live that time in our lives. Memory Lane Video sets themselves apart in that they turn their videos into a work of art, like a mini movie that really tells the story from that day and captures all the emotions and special moments,” explained the couple.

“What we most admired about Memory Lane Video on the wedding day was how much the guys looked like they were enjoying themselves. You can really tell they love what they do,” Lisa and Brad recalled.

“We think video is a definite necessity because it really is a true documentation of the event. When you are so busy running around during the wedding you miss out on little things that happen and it is really nice to be able to go back and see those moments.  Memory Lane Video is perfect for couples who want to beautifully capture that moment in time forever,” said the couple.

Lisa and Brad honeymooned in Negril, Jamaica at Couples Swept Away, an all-inclusive resort. They chose this location because they wanted to go somewhere tropical where everything would be taken care of ahead of time so they could just relax, have fun and enjoy that moment of their lives.




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Westin at Lake Las Vegas – Samantha + Scott – Las Vegas Wedding Videographers


Samantha is a photojournalist, and Scott is a media relations director at a public relations and marketing firm.

They first met while working at a newspaper in St. George, Utah. Scott was working as reporter when Samantha was hired as a photographer. They spent time getting to know each other while covering a variety of news assignments. We immediately realized that they had a lot in common. During the first few months of our relationship, they spent a great deal of time at one of the few local bars in St. George. While it was not the nicest bar, they always had a great time sharing stories and making each other laugh late into the evening.

“We will never forget the overwhelming sense of joy we both felt when we saw each other for the first time on our wedding day. Prior to the ceremony, we took photos on a nearby bridge at The Westin at Lake Las Vegas. It was the perfect setting for our first moment together on the most important day of our lives,” Samantha and Scott recalled.

“There were so many details of our wedding day that we will forever cherish. One of our favorite moments was when we did our couple portraits after the ceremony. It was quiet, low-key and although our amazing photographers were with us, it was one of the few times in the day it felt as though it was ‘just us’. Two other favorite memories were when our guests had an impromptu dance-off to Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat it’ and our sparkler send-off at the end of the night. These two memories were filled with all of our loved ones having a great time and creating an unforgettable night for us,” said the couple.

“One piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding is not to become overwhelmed with the details. The large decisions, such as the venue and key vendors, are important to take time to consider, but the smaller details are forgotten before the night is over. As an example, while planning the wedding, we spent hours deciding what music we thought we would like to hear during the reception. As it turns out, we chose an amazing DJ who realized what music our guests were enjoying, and he ran with it. There was not a seat filled during our reception because everyone was having an amazing time on the dance floor,” Samantha and Scott explained.

“The main reason we chose The Westin at Lake Las Vegas as our wedding venue was the scenery. Having both grown up in Las Vegas, we wanted a visually stunning atmosphere that did not include the Strip,” the couple said.

Studio ATG photographyDJ Mike Fox and Memory Lane Video were the best decisions we made in terms of our vendors. Photographers Trish and Jared McMillen of Studio ATG provided us with the most extraordinary photos and a level of service beyond our expectations. Likewise, DJ Mike Fox met with us in person and held a number of conversations before the wedding to ensure everything was flawless. Throughout everything, Memory Lane Video’s staff were in the thick of it all without being obtrusive. We are excited to see our final video,” explained Samantha and Scott.

“Samantha’s aunt, who works in the wedding industry, strongly encouraged us to meet with Memory Lane Video. After viewing samples of the company’s work, it became obvious that having an incredible video of such a memorable day would be worthwhile,” Scott said.

“Now that the wedding has commenced, we certainly felt the stress of planning a wedding. We recognized the importance of focusing on the key elements and allowing our trusted vendors to handle many of the smaller details,”explained the couple.

 

“Couples need to enjoy the planning but let the experts be the experts. Trying to control every detail of your wedding is a recipe for disaster. We would also advise people to take their time when researching vendors. Don’t rely solely on Internet reviews and word of mouth. It is important to meet with these vendors and get to know them,” Samantha and Scott said.

“When we first saw examples of Memory Lane Video’s work, we knew the company would be a perfect fit for our wedding. We were thrilled to have such a professional team of videographers at our wedding. The Memory Lane Video team succeeded in covering virtually every aspect of the reception without interrupting the festivities,” recalled the couple.

“As we grow old together, we want to have the opportunity look back and relive the happiest day of our lives. While the memories of our wedding day will never fade, having a professionally produced video will allow us to remember many of the smaller details,” said Samantha and Scott.

“We spent a week in Negril, Jamaica for our honeymoon. This was the perfect destination for a relaxing and romantic honeymoon. We had a perfect week together on a beautiful beach with white sand and crystal clear water,” the couple said.

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