Brittney and Mike’s outdoor wedding was at a private residence just outside of Dewey, OK. The grass was blowing in the wind gently, the tire swing swayed back and forth, and the chandelier hanging above the ceremony gently moved in the light breeze. The clouds rolled in and it looked as though this outdoor wedding may get some rain. As the guests arrived, they had umbrellas in their hands in case the Oklahoma weather decided to drop a little rain on this lovely couple. As the ceremony began, the weather cleared off just enough to keep this beautiful bride from getting soaked. The ceremony was beautiful, and their vows sealed their marriage to one another. After they were pronounced husband and wife, they did what almost every couple does, a big chest bump. “Team Dunn” as they were better known, spent the night dancing underneath mason jars lit with candles, the sound of rain drizzling down on the grass, all while being surrounded by their dearest friends and family. One of our favorite moments was one we captured as the newlyweds were watching the gentle rain come down, and Brittney put her head on her new husband’s shoulder. The night ended with their own private fireworks display lighting up the Oklahoma sky. A big congrats to Brittney and Mike! Here’s to a life of love and happiness! At Redeemed Productions Wedding Videography, we are always so amazed at what couples do for their weddings. We never take it lightly to get to be a part of your big day.
Music licensed through The Music Bed – Song “You’re That Way” by Jon Troast
Screenshots from Outdoor Wedding Film “Brittney + Mike” Tulsa Wedding Videography, Tulsa Wedding Videographers, Oklahoma Wedding Videographers, Oklahoma Wedding Videography
Julie and Ben’s Mayo Wedding Film was so much fun to be a part of. Julie and Ben’s wedding day started with a beautiful Indian wedding ceremony. Two ceremonies in one day, both while in medical school. We don’t know how they did it, but everything was absolutely gorgeous! When we arrived, the girls were hanging out at The Mayo Hotel in a suite. Julie just couldn’t stop smiling! All smiles, and good times were being had by the wedding party. The bridesmaids looked on as Julie stepped into her wedding dress. It seemed as though they thought of every single detail for this day. Julie even gave Ben a pair of socks that said “just in case you get cold feet” on them. The wedding ceremony was held at the First Presbyterian Church Downtown. Some of our favorite moments were when Julie and Ben stopped by The University of Tulsa, and Downtown Tulsa to take pics right after the wedding. The sun was setting, and we were able to capture some amazing shots. The reception was at The Mayo Hotel in the ballroom, and it was absolutely breathtaking. From the centerpieces, to the photo booth, they didn’t leave out any of the details on this party. They spent the night dancing and having a great time.
Once again, we absolutely working with some of these wedding vendors. One of our favorite photographers of all time Holli and her husband Jace, with HolliB Photography came down from OKC. We love working with them, and think their images are gorgeous! When you put together a good team of wedding vendors, the entire day seems to go so smoothly. It makes our job so much easier when we are working with other respected professionals. After years of working in the industry, it really makes a difference to have seasoned pros on your wedding vendor team. Julie and Ben did a great job hiring a wedding planner in Sharon from Tulsa Weddings and Designs. By bringing in a professional to help you select your vendors, you are able to really have peace of mind about your big day. There is nothing worse than having to be worried about the details of your wedding when you are the bride. Especially on your wedding day. It is completely worth it! We were so thankful to be a part of this team, and are very happy with the way the wedding video turned out! A big thanks to Julie and Ben, as well as all of the amazing Tulsa Wedding Vendors that put on this beautiful wedding.
HolliB’s blog on Julie + Ben – http://hollibphotography.com/blog2/?s=julie+ben
Cinematography – Redeemed Productions
Photographer – HolliB
Venue – First Presbyterian Church, The Mayo
Wedding Planner / Coordinator – Sharon Holm, Tulsa Weddings and Design
Floral – The Bridal Garden
Cake – Ms. Laura’s Cakes
DJ – D and M Audio
Lighting – Empire Lighting
Photobooth – Duet Photobooth
Transportation – Old Urban Trolley
Rentals – Party Pro Rents
Bridal Salon – Bridal Palace
Bride’s Shoes – Badgley Mischka
Beauty: Faccia Bella
Catering – The Mayo Hotel
Tuxedo’s: Men’s Warehouse
Rehearsal Dinner: The Summit Club
Invitations – Paper8
Julie + Ben’s Mayo Wedding was featured in Bridal Lifestyle Magazine: http://www.bridalifestyle.com/portfolio/anjulie-benjamin/
Nik + Scott’s country wedding was was one of our recent favorites. This country wedding was exactly that, country to the core! From the boots, to the line dancing, this couple had an amazing country wedding. Nik had bright red lipstick and shoes. We loved the first time she saw her dad, and when she gave him his gift. It is always hard to watch as a father sees his daughter on her wedding day and not shed a few tears. Such an amazing moment. Nik also got Scott a guitar and he had the chance to take a few pics with it before they walked down the aisle. This wedding was outdoors, and the leaves were all swaying in the breeze. A big red barn, hay bales, wooden pews, and cowboy boots were just part of the things you might see on this wedding day. As the ceremony began, the couple were beaming with excitement to say “I do.” After the ceremony, the sun began to set, and the reception was underway. The night was filled with dancing and good times. This country wedding film was so much fun for us to edit!
We loved the personality of Nik + Scott. One thing we are seeing more than ever at weddings is personality! The bride’s are getting on Pinterest, and really seeing some great ideas to use for their weddings. We always recommend incorporating your personality into your wedding day. This couple wanted a country wedding, and that is exactly what they had. Don’t be afraid to get bold with colors or favors. Heck, it’s your wedding day, it’s your once in a lifetime, go big or go home!
Music – Landon Austin “Ready for Anything” & “Once in a Lifetime” Licensed through the Music Bed
Screenshot from Country Wedding Film – “Nik + Scott”
Riley + Annabelle’s Guthrie, OK outdoor wedding video was so much fun for us to make! It was filmed at the Dominion House in Guthrie, OK. Not only was this couple very unique, they were very true to who they were for the entire day. Their love for one another was contagious. Wedding videography is an art, and we can do a lot with the footage that we have. Sometimes we have to work with couples that aren’t the most smiley, or overly touchy, which is completely fine. We usually spend a lot of time in post production looking for the few shots that were magical. But we love a couple like Riley and Annabelle. They spent the entire day laughing and smiling, which makes our jobs much easier as wedding videographers.
This outdoor wedding was beautiful, calm, and completely adorable. Annabelle had a beautiful head piece, and her wedding dress was stunning. As the ceremony began, the crowd was quiet as Annabelle made her grand entrance. The vows were simple, and beautiful. Riley + Annabelle could hardly contain their excitement as the ceremony went on. It was all they could do to keep from smiling at one another every time they looked into each other’s eyes. They danced the night away, and rose petals flew as this couple made their grand exit.
When we are editing wedding videos, we tend to spend a lot of time finding those perfect moments and putting them together to show really how beautiful the wedding day was. It takes some time for us to place the footage in such a way that made it easy to tell the story. With Riley and Annabelle, we had a hard time narrowing it down to the footage we wanted to show in their wedding video! There was so much good footage we could hardly pick what we wanted to use. Every wedding videographer loves couples like this, and we were truly honored to be a part of their wedding day.
Screenshot from the Video “Annabelle + Riley” – Outdoor Weddings by Redeemed Productions Wedding Videography
Sarah + Aaron’s Camp Loughridge Wedding Film was truly one of our favorites. From the moment we met Sarah and Aaron, we knew we’d get along with them quite well! Aaron is a local wedding photographer (he owns Alpha Dei Photography) so we immediately began talking about cameras and lenses and started “geeking out” about gear. Sarah just kept a smile on her face and watched as we talked about all types of cameras. Sarah is very passionate, and she absolutely loves whatever it is that she is doing. She was very particular about her wedding film and how important it was for her. Typically the brides don’t know exactly what they want until we ask a bunch of questions. Sarah had watched almost all of our films and knew exactly what she wanted. The wedding day was perfect. Sarah looked beautiful, and Aaron was relaxed and cool. There love for God was what shined through the most on their wedding day. They even took time out during the ceremony for a worship song. The main word that kept coming to mind during this wedding was “beautiful.” Not only was the bride stunning, but the day was just beautiful. From the way they looked at each other, to the way they said their vows. There are some couples that you can just see that look in their eye, and you just know that they are head over heels in love. It is couples like Aaron and Sarah that make us realize how important our loved ones are, and help us to remember that feeling of love that we have for our spouses.
Before the ceremony, Sarah and her father had a “first look.” First looks with the father hadn’t become too popular until about 2 years ago. These moments are true tear jerkers. There is rarely a dry eye when a father sees his little girl in her wedding dress for the first time. What a moment to have a wedding videographer capture on film for you! The wedding ceremony was filled with beauty, and love for the couple. The vows were powerful. This wedding was emotional, because of the love they had not only for one another, but for God. The reception was held at a private estate in South Tulsa. A huge tent, overlooking a beautiful sunset, and a pond was the backdrop for this amazing night. The weather was perfect, the reception was perfect, and the couple danced the night away. LionsRoad DJs brought the party, and the guests stayed on the dance floor all night long. The couple made their grand exit underneath the Oklahoma sky, surrounded by friends and family with sparklers. We absolutely love this couple, and were so pleased with this wedding film!
Songs – “She is Love” – Parachute; ‘Thousand Years” piano version by Piano Guys; “Kingdom Come” ; Coldplay, “When I’m With You” – Ben Rector
Cinematography – Redeemed Productions
Photography – Erin Goodrich Photography
DJ / Lighting – LionsRoad
Venue – Camp Loughridge / Private Estate
Camp Loughridge Wedding – Screenshots of Sarah + Aaron’s wedding film
Jared and Lauren’s ranch wedding was at Jared’s family’s land just outside of Claremore, OK. The wedding day was shaping up nicely. Right before the ceremony the clouds rolled in, and it began to rain. The weather didn’t stop Lauren and Jared, or their families from enjoying this beautiful wedding ceremony. The wedding was designed by one of our good friends Ashley, with Farthing Events. If you are looking for a wedding planner, take the time to talk to her, she won’t disappoint!
The Old Urban Trolley made its way through the field to drop the guests off at the wedding ceremony for this ranch wedding. Lauren’s entrance was beautiful. She had doors made for the ceremony for her to walk through as she made her grand entrance. A horse drawn carriage brought her and her father to those doors, and as the rain began to come down, the ceremony began. Umbrellas were out, and the couple didn’t let anything stop them from saying “I do.” Jared and Lauren’s vows were given, and the couple was pronounced husband and wife. As the guests made their way to the wedding reception, they were greeted by sparkling lights, and a beautiful setup. Farthing Events really pulled this event together and made it incredibly easy on us to get great footage. As the night progressed, Banks Entertainment started the party, and the couple had a great time. Lauren even surprised Jared with an impromptu flash mob with her bridesmaids. The evening ended with a grand exit filled with sparklers, and a helicopter exit. You didn’t misread us, a helicopter (screenshot from the video below)! What an amazing way to leave your wedding!
As Redeemed Productions, we love working weddings like this. We have a great time working with other wedding vendors to pull off an event. To be trusted as the wedding videographer at the wedding is a really big deal to us. We don’t take it lightly. Even though the winds were blowing, and the rain was falling, we were able to capture their story in a way that won’t be forgotten. When hiring a wedding videographer, always take the time to see what the videographer’s plan will be when inclement weather arises, especially in Oklahoma! We never know what kind of weather we will get! A big thanks to Lauren and Jared for letting us be a part of your wedding day!
Cinematography – Redeemed Productions
Coordination / Event Planning – Farthing Events
Rentals – Party Pro
Lighting – Omni Lighting
Flowers – The French Bouquet
Catering – Catering by Orr
DJ – Banks Entertainment
Photography – Jesse Reich Photography
Cake – Ludgers
Music – Saied Music
Valet – Exquisite Valet
Trasportation – Old Urban Trolley
Venue – Private Ranch
Song – “You’re Beautiful” by Phil Wickham
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Lauren’s Grand Entrance – Screenshot from the wedding film
The grand exit, flying off in a helicopter!
Amy and Rusty’s wedding was on their family’s land in Ochelata, OK. We love country weddings, and this wedding video was just that. Amy and Rusty’s wedding was outside underneath a shade tree, with the backdrop of a field. The sun was setting as the ceremony was coming to an end. Amy and Rusty sealed their vows as their guests smiled from ear to ear. The reception was filled with laughter, speeches, and some good ol’ country dancin’! The dance floor was filled with young kids having a great time. The mood was so fun, and everyone was having a great time. The guys over at Banks Entertainment are a great choice for your wedding reception, and proved so at Amy and Rusty’s wedding. Not only did they provide the DJ, but they did the lighting as well! From cowboy boots and cowboy hats, to line dancing, this was an Oklahoma wedding to the core! The night ended with fireworks underneath the Oklahoma sky. When it comes to wedding videography, this one was so much fun for us here at Redeemed Productions.
Since this was an outdoor wedding, we decided to tackle the subject of outdoor weddings, and questions to ask when hiring for wedding videography. When we film weddings outside, there are a ton of different factors that come into play. Where is the sun going to be? Is there electric to plug in our audio devices? Is it windy? Will it rain? Will there be a DJ running sound as well? One of the main reasons to hire a professional crew is that we have seen it all. From thunderstorms that pop up in the middle of the ceremony, to 50 mph winds, you name it and we have lived through it, especially in Oklahoma! Don’t get us wrong, we absolutely LOVE outdoor weddings, and there are several pros to having an outdoor ceremony. Most people who have an outdoor wedding are really loving the idea of celebrating in a tipi after the wedding. Tipi wedding hire is clearly the way forward. But, more importantly, we just want to urge you to take the time to ask your wedding videographer (even if you don’t hire us) what they do in these situations. We are constantly reminding brides that you only get 1 chance to do it right, and there are no d0-overs. It is an investment to hire a professional, but the ease of mind is one of the best things we offer. Outdoor wedding ceremonies are beautiful, especially this one with cows grazing in a pasture behind the couple. But if you don’t hire a true professional, you may end up regretting the decision to be outside. Wedding Videography is one of those things people forget about until they only have a few months left to plan their wedding. We spend so much time educating brides how important wedding videography really is.
We also offer wedding photography, and we know how much can change during the 20 minute ceremony when it comes to lighting. We will have some more blogs soon about wedding photography, and how we capture the perfect shots outside.
A big congrats to Amy and Rusty, we had such an amazing time at your wedding!
Cinematography – Redeemed Productions
DJ / Lighting – Banks Entertainment
Flowers – Flowerland of Bartlesville
Cake – Meritt’s Bakery
Catering – Mac’s BBQ
Photography – Dawn Baxstrom Photography
Snapshot from the wedding video “Amy + Rusty” by Redeemed Productions Wedding Videography
Music: “Counting Down the Days” – Jake Ousley & “Love on My Arm” – Matt Moberg Licensed through The Music Bed
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The lights sparkled as the guests arrived, and Jordan and Dalton prepared for their wedding vows. Jordan and Dalton’s wedding was at Tres Suenos Winery in Luther, OK. Located in the hills in Central Oklahoma, Tres Suenos Winery is about as far away from civilization as possible. After you reach the destination you can really enjoy the peace and quiet of Oklahoma. This winery was the perfect place Jordan and Dalton’s outdoor wedding. The wedding ceremony was gorgeous, and as Jordan and Dalton said their vows, you could see their love for one another. As the ceremony ended, the guests made their way to the reception. The sun set, and the party began. Dancing and fun underneath the Oklahoma sky, and a great party followed. Jordan and Dalton left to sparklers and the sounds of friends cheering them on for their new life together. Jordan and Dalton’s wedding film was so much fun for us to make. From the time we met Jordan and Dalton, we knew we would enjoy working with them. Our goal is to help you to relax and know that you are taken care of with us! We want you to be able to take a deep breath, relax, and just enjoy the day. Jordan and Dalton were such a pleasure to work with. We are so excited to see what the future holds for this couple, and feel as though we made some new friends!
Cinematography: Redeemed Productions
Venue – Tres Suenos Winery
Photographer: Feather and Twine Photography (Dallas, TX)
Cake – Kathy’s Cakes and Catering
Cupcakes – Meet-Cute Cupcakes
Catering – Cheever’s Catering, the Good Egg Dining Group
Vintage Rentals – Magnolia Bliss, Marianne’s
DJ: Tommy Goodson (Seminole, OK)
Invitations: Custom Design by Lauren Stookey (Kansas City, MO)
Decor: Assembled vintage rentals and DIY
Flowers: Floral Fusion at Uptown Grocery (Edmond, OK)
Hair: Penny Farrell (Edmond, OK)
Makeup: Jenna Rice (Edmond, OK)
Dress: Alfred Angelo (Oklahoma City, OK)
Shoes: Badgley Mischka (Dallas, TX)
Suit: Hart Schaffner Marx (Shawnee, OK)
Song – “Stay Alive” and “Heart Beats” by Jose Gonzales, “Young Blood” by The Naked and Famous, and “Moths Wings” by Passion Pit
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Screenshot from Jordan + Dalton’s Wedding Video by Redeemed Productions Wedding Videography
We were so excited to work with Kaitlin and Tommy for their wedding film. This wedding was filled with vendors that we love to work with. When we get the chance to work with Erica from Erica Weddings, we know that the bride and groom are going to be great to work alongside. And usually when we work with Erica, we know that there will be a ton of our favorite vendors there too! If we could give you any advice, please hire a professional to coordinate and plan your wedding. It will be one the best investments you make. The wedding industry is very social, and we all know one another quite well here in the Tulsa market. We have developed friendships over the years, and have learned to work really well with one another. There is nothing more frustrating to some of the more seasoned wedding pros, than to work with vendors that aren’t respectful to the other wedding vendors there that day. When you get a handful of the vendors that know each other on board, you really do build a team that is going to help you have a flawless wedding day.
Some of the biggest advice we could give, would be to ask your wedding planner, or your other vendors, who they recommend for the vendors that you don’t yet have. More importantly, ask them if there are any vendors that that recommend you for sure don’t hire. These are the people that are going to be putting on the biggest day of your life. You don’t want to take any chances. It is ok to look through your options to make sure that you have the right people on board. Ultimately, the wedding is your day, and you want to like the vendors that are going to be around you all day. If you love their photos, but think they are awkward, we’d recommend you find someone else.
Kaitlin + Tommy’s wedding video was so much fun to make. We have been editing with a new style, incorporating more of the vows into the film, and making it more cinematic. We are absolutely loving how the wedding videos are turning out. Not only have we completely changed our editing style, we have completely changed the way we capture your audio. See our blog on Aubrie + Matt to learn a little bit more of what all we have done with our audio. The wedding ceremony was held at Parish of Christ the King in Midtown Tulsa. The fall leaves were blowing outside, and it was a crisp cool day. The sun set as the ceremony was beginning. From the scripture readings, to the vows, everything about this wedding was pointed toward the love that Kaitlin and Tommy had for one another. One of our favorite moments came right after Kaitlin made it down the aisle. As tears welled up in her eyes, she was asked to “please stop crying” from the minister. Everyone laughed and the ceremony continued with much less pressure.
After the ceremony, the wedding party headed downtown, to The Summit Club. A beautiful setting as the city sparkled beneath them. The night was filled with dancing, laughing, and some great conversation. We were able to take the couple outside, about 40 floors up, and were able to get some stunning shots. Andrea Murphy Photography was amazing to work with as always, and was able to capture some great images with the sparkling city behind the couple. One other quick note would be event lighting. Zach Downing, with Empire Lighting, does a phenomenal job at creating a mood with lighting. It makes our jobs so much easier as the wedding videographer when we have simple, yet elegant lighting. A big thanks to the entire team for making this wedding video what it is. We couldn’t have done it without such an amazing team. The list of vendors for this wedding are listed below.
Cinematography – Redeemed Productions
Planning / Coordination – Erica Weddings
Flowers – The French Bouquet
Cake – Tracy Cobb
Lighting – Empire Lighting
DJ – Zach Downing
Photography – Andrea Murphy
Ceremony Location – Parish of Christ the King
Reception Venue – The Summit Club
Music: “My Love Will Never Fail You” – Marie Hines ; “Ready For Anything” Landon Austin; “Breakthrough” Tony Anderson – Licensed through The Music Bed
Photo: Andrea Murphy
To see her blog for this wedding: http://www.amurphyphoto.com/kaitlin-tommy-get-married-christ-the-king-tulsa/
Amanda + Sean were one of those couples that you could just tell were head over heels in love with one another. We traveled to Stillwater, OK to film this wedding at the Theta Pond. An outdoor wedding, with a beautiful water fountain and pond in the background set the stage for another beautiful wedding film. Sean’s vows were heartfelt, and his future bride Amanda could hardly wait to say “I do.” As the reception began, the white lights sparkled, and the couple danced the night away. A visit from Oklahoma State University’s Pistol Pete came as a huge surprise. The couple’s grand exit was beneath the stars and sparklers, and they rode off on a two seated bicycle to start their new lives together.
We love traveling to Stillwater, OK. We end up with 3-5 wedding videos a year in Stillwater. We know that when it comes to wedding videography, brides have limited options, and we love making ourselves available to film weddings all across Oklahoma. There is nothing more humbling than when a bride finds us through friends and tells us “you have to film our wedding!” Luckily over the years, we have made some brides very happy! As we continue to be there to film so many weddings, we do our best to really leave a lasting impression. Amanda + Sean’s wedding was gorgeous, and we are so happy that we were there to enjoy it with them! We hope you enjoy their wedding video.
Music Licensed through the Music Bed – Intro Song, and Landon Austin “Ready For Anything”, Other songs, Tyler Ward “Paradise”
Screenshots from Wedding Videography Film “Amanda + Sean”