Tara & Jon || A Byron Bay Wedding Film
Nestled in the sub-tropical rain forests of the Tweed Valley and overlooking the famous Mt. Warning is Silk Pavilions. Featuring luxurious accommodation and stunning views, it was the perfect location for Jon and Tara to become husband and wife. The isolation of this majestic place made for a very intimate occasion as this cute little couple shared a magical day with family and close friends. Keep an eye out for the bouquet toss. I think a few of Tara’s friends are hoping for a fairy tale like this one.
“Jon and I were referred by a friend to Box Media House and after viewing the video’s on the website I knew we had to have Lance capture our special day. We loved everything about Lance’s unique style, right from the music through to the emotion he managed to express. Lance made the whole process so easy for us both, right from our first meeting through to the last moments of filming he was casual yet professional. Lance made a huge effort to be onsite super early the day of our wedding, he mingled well with guests and never once tried to make the day anything that it wasn’t
. Lance also worked so well with our photographer (Van from Van Middleton Photography), which made the day run smoother than we could have imagined!
The result was an amazing video we have watched many times over and will watch many more times to come! It evokes emotion every single time we watch it and takes us back to our special day. Our friends and families have made comments that it is the best wedding video they have ever seen. (Even girlfriends who have their own wedding videos!) It is obvious just how passionate Lance is about what he does. To us it was so important to find someone to not only capture our wedding day but to also share it with us. I have already recommended Lance and the team at BMH to friends and will continue to do so. Words cannot describe how thankful we are to have had Lance as our videographer!” – Mr and Mrs Ross, November 2013