Happy Spring! It’s officially time to “spring forward” & start planning your spring dream wedding. In October, I’ll be celebrating my 15th wedding anniversary. I met my husband at 23, engaged for five years, & got married at 28. I remember his unforgettable proposal. We were sitting on a “huge rock” at Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area in Oneida, TN. He romantically gazed into my starry eyes, while pulling out a small box from his jeans pocket. He slowly opened the box & I saw nothing. Suddenly, I helplessly witnessed my engagement ring sliding down the rock & heading for the Cumberland River.
My husband frantically panicked, while carefully catching the ring with his “superhuman foot reflexes,” before it fell into the Cumberland River. Back in 1999, I couldn’t use my cell phone to snap a picture or videotape, but instead used my camera to capture a priceless snapshot of our relaxed sighs of relief for my scrapbook collection. Nowadays, I can scan this picture & consult with a wedding videographer like Carlos Mireles, with Blu Bamboo Design, about how to combine my photos & videos into a custom photo book by using video scrapbooking software. http://www.properpick.com/371-Carlos-Mireles-marketing-video-editors
I think couples deserve a wedding videographer that’s affordable, professional, & earns excellent reviews by satisfied brides & grooms to capture the unforgettable memories of their dream wedding! Tell your own personal video “wedding story” & ask a wedding videographer to help you. Include intimate video footage of how you met your finance, first date, engagement party, & why you are marrying that “special someone.” Ask your videographer about wedding video scrapbooking software with voice narration. Scrapbook your wedding videos & share on web albums, on-line user communities, DVD, video CD, iPad, & iPod with family & friends.
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