Why do you want to capture your wedding on video?

We want to be able to look back on the wedding day as a reminder of our promise to each other, who was there to celebrate with us, and just how the day was in general. I know it’ll go by fast so being able to see the events of the day and feel the emotions on that day again is important.

Why did you pick me?

We liked the drama and artistic quality of your sample videos. The price point was also nice!

How did you meet?

We met through an online dating app called coffee meets bagel. Our first date was at a local cafe, and we both thought the other person was “nice.” I liked Jason’s voice and smile, and Jason felt we hit it off. We went on a few dates before Jason asked me to be his girlfriend, and we took our first out of town trip together after a couple of months to meet his parents in Vegas (they were on their way back to California after visiting jasons sister in Arkansas). Jason and I then planned another trip to Vancouver that same year. Jason says this was when he knew he wanted to marry me.

The proposal.

Jason and I love going to mammoth each year to ski and be in the snow. Jason has a friend with a cabin in mammoth. He and I planned a last minute trip to mammoth with his cousin, and drove up. On the way, he asked if I wanted to stop by Convict Lake, which was very unusual of him. I agreed, and the three of us walked along a snowy trail around the frozen, snow covered lake. When we got to a quiet area, Jason and I walked Toward the edge of the lake, and he got down on his knee to propose. Jasons cousin (best man) took pictures. Afterward, a couple of my friends met with us at the cabin and we enjoyed the weekend.

The venue/s? Why this place above anywhere else?

Wedding ceremony: Mills College Chapel; Reception: Hong Kong East Ocean. Jason and I go up to the Bay Area every Christmas to visit his extended family, and enjoy the sights/ food. We originally wanted to have a civil ceremony at the SF courthouse, but logistically it would have been difficult for our guests. So, we checked out Mills where jasons mom went to college and I fell in love with the space. It’s cozy, unique and peaceful. Jason and I are pretty low key so we identified with this space. The restaurant was close by and the food is good, so we went with that.

What experience do you want to give your guests at the wedding?

We want our guests to feel engaged and as an intimate part of our wedding. I’ve been to many large weddings where the ceremony and reception is more of a show, and I didn’t want that. I prefer to be able to interact more with our guests.


"Think of the Golden Gate Bridge that stands tall across the bay and, remember, together The two of you will build bridges to tomorrow. " - Brian, Father of the bride

Venue: Cavallo Point Lodge at Golden Gate Bridge Planner: @adelphievents Photographer: @amandabarnesphoto Videographer: @amyhungfilms Florist: @tangoandfoxtrot MU&H: @kellyjobeauty


Why do you want to capture your wedding on video?

I wanted our wedding to be on video to see our reactions in motion instead of just as stills from the photographer, I believe that it will be truly fun to watch this over the years to remember the emotions of the day as they are happening on screen.

Why did you pick Amy Hung Films?

I love the way your videos flow and that you want to capture all of the sound from the ceremony and the speeches, I know it will mean a lot to have these recorded.

How did you meet?

Patrick and I met on a tennis court in San Francisco, we had both joined a social tennis league and ended up being on the same team. We played tennis a few times before he asked me out for drinks, I had no idea he was interested in me, I just thought he wanted to play tennis and loved finally having someone to get out on the court with

The proposal.

Pat proposed while we were on vacation with my family in Hawaii. My parents have a 2 bedroom time share on Kauai and we were able to go with them, my brother also was able to join us. The day of the proposal we went on an amazing snorkel trip along the coast and practically got to swim with dolphins, it was a magical and beautiful experience. Pat was very quiet the whole time and mentioned that he felt a little sick, so I thought he was sea sick all day. That evening my mom had me convinced we were taking family photos on our favorite beach, Shipwreck Cove, so we all dressed nicely and went to the beach. There is a really cool cliff that we climbed up to and took some photos. Pat pulled me aside under the premise to look for a sea turtle I had seen in the water below the cliff. He said he needed chapstick, put his backpack down to get it and never came back up! I turned around to him down on one knee with a ring box out, I wish I could remember what he said but it was all a blur! He asked me to spend my life with him and I said yes, I think, I may have just nodded profusely. My parents were taking pictures and had champagne and Hawaiian wedding leis for us, we then went and had fun cocktails to celebrate. It was a wonderful day!

The venue/s? Why this place above anywhere else?

We picked this venue because we both wanted everything to be outdoors and at one location. We wanted a garden feeling like we kept finding at wineries but without the winery, Pat requested a more rustic feel with a barn or redwoods. A family friend recommended this venue and it is perfect. All outdoors, beautiful gardens and a lawn in front of a barn for Pat. It's going to be wonderful

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