Posts tagged Alabama
Cara and Brad | Reid Chapel Wedding Ceremony

Working together with Rebecca Long Photography is something that we love to do!  Her photos are always so beautiful and her brides, always so sweet.  The same can be said for lovely Cara. And when you have a venue that is so special to a bride (like Reid Chapel) was for Cara and Brad, the day is made!  I love their traditional wedding film by Chris.

Photography: Rebecca Long Photography | Ceremony Venue: Reid Chapel, Samford University | Reception Venue: Vestavia Country Club Cake Artist: Magic Muffin | Florist: Irene Pate Flowers and Gifts | Other Rentals: Top Notch Events and Rentals | Reception Band: Seabass and the Fellas | Transportation: Burkes Brothers Classic Limo | Videographer: Main Street Productions with music Licensed by The Music BedHair & Makeup Artist: Kelsy Taber, with Morgan Ashley Studio Salon | Wedding Gown: David’s Bridal | Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse

Brooke and Matt | Sonnet House Wedding

Who doesn't love a gorgeous wedding at The Sonnet House!  The guys and gals at this wonderful venue really go over and beyond for their families.  Watch this beautiful film by Bill to relive Brooke and Matt's wedding day!

Birmingham Wedding Videographer: Main Street Productions | Atlanta Wedding Photographer: Debbie Browne Photography | Wedding Ceremony and reception: The Sonnet House | Catering and Florals: The Sonnet House | Wedding Gown: The White Room Birmingham | Bride and Groom's Cakes: Olexa's Cafe | Hair & Makeup: Shelby with Beauty Shock Salon | Ceremony Music: Cahaba River Strings | Reception Music: Az-IzZ (from the Music Garden) | Bride & Groom's transportation: Vintage Auto | Film Music Licensed by The Music Bed 

Bloody Sunday | 50th Anniversary | Selma, AL

This weekend is a pretty historic anniversary for not only the South, but the rest of the country.  It represents the 50th anniversary of when 600 protestors started to march from Selma to Montgomery, AL for civil rights. They were brutally attacked on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.  Less than 5 months later, President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

A few months ago, John and Sam Armstrong went to Selma to gather footage of the town, the culture and the infamous bridge. They were basically scouting for a location for filming a documentary for another company.  Well this piece led to a pretty big job going on right now in Birmingham/Selma. And a big thanks to the new guy at Main Street Productions, Bill Wilson, everything has been perfect!

We have a two day long live streaming of Civil Rights presentations going on at the Birmingham Sheraton Hotel. To watch the live streaming (ending Saturday night), click here.  And then on Sunday we travel to Selma to document the march for civil rights. Apparently everyone from Lady Gaga to former President Bush and current President Obama will be in attendance.  Pretty cool for our little company. 

To watch the quick piece the guys put together when scouting locations, see below. It is nothing fancy, but it is not supposed to be.