We all know that your wedding day goes by in an instant. Weeks or months of planning, the day goes flying by and undoubtedly, there are moments you miss. Once your photos and video are ready, that all changes... the day comes into focus, you remember bits and pieces you might have forgotten, and you're left with the most wonderful gift. Videography captures the emotion of your day in a way that lets you relive it over and over, and we're so excited to introduce you to Brandon and Alyssa of Moonflower Weddings. Get to know them, and watch their incredible work, below!
Our mission is to capture the emotions and energy of your big day, while being as unobtrusive as possible. We’re all about fun, love, and laughter - a wedding day only happens once and we want to be there to capture the memories in the most beautiful way.
Tell us a little bit about you, and how you got started in your specialty? Brandon and I met in Film school. He was the guy that slept in the back of the class and I was the nerd in the front row. We bonded in the elevator after failing our first exam, fell in love and have been best friends and business partners since.
What services do you offer and/or what do you specialize in? We craft films that just so happen to be about weddings.
What makes your business unique? Brandon and I also have professional careers in the film industry. He is a cinematographer who has shot feature films and TV series. I work as a production manager for music videos, commercials and films. We bring all of that experience to Moonflower.
What is your favorite part of working with couples? How can anyone complain about working with people who are in love? Especially when you get to work beside your best friend.
One piece of advice for couples? Make your day truly reflective of you as a couple. Tune out all advice that doesn’t feel genuinely you.
Childhood career aspiration? Brandon was directing movies at age five with a VHS camera and I wanted to be an elementary school art teacher. I’d say we came pretty close.
Coffee or tea? Coffee and tea for me and root beer for him.
Hidden Talent? I taught myself to juggle and he can do a kick-flip on a skateboard. That’s a talent, right?