Room on Main Dallas Wedding Video

Glenn was at the Room on Main in downtown Dallas for Carlie and Paul’s wedding.  Meredith Commender from Significant Events of Texas brought together a rock star team.  It’s always great to work with our friends Ben and Stefanie from Hampton-Morrow Photography and the fabulous Branching Out team (check out the arch in the video).  We also got to make a new friend who happened to not only be a friend of Carlie’s, but also an AMAZING videographer who came in from New York.

Check out AJ Ingoglia’s highlight film below.  Want him for your wedding?  He would happily come back to Dallas (we asked).

Old Red Courthouse Dallas Wedding Reception

Amy & Ryan celebrated their entire wedding at the Old Red Courthouse in downtown Dallas.  My team was there to provide DJ, ceremony sound, uplighting, custom monogram, and photobooth.

Here is a teaser video from Dulock Productions of the evening.  I cannot wait to share the rest of the films that the Dulock team is working on.

Happy Anniversary Annie & Devin

Happy 1st Anniversary to Annie and Devin!  The Stuckey’s were married at the Bella Donna Wedding Chapel in McKinney and then went right up the street to celebrate at the ranch clubhouse of Stonebridge Ranch Country Club.  To see more photos, check out the Hampton-Morrow Photography blog post.

McKinney Stonebridge Ranch Wedding Reception

The fireplace looked spectacular with the uplighting and pinspots.

McKinney Stonebridge Ranch Wedding Reception

Crescent Hotel Wedding Reception

I cannot believe it has been a year since we were celebrating this wedding at the Crescent Hotel.  We got to work with so many great vendors on this wedding.  Kelly and Meaghan at Sweet Pea Events handled all of the planning.  Di Fiori had phenominal floral designs.  Roman Video Productions documented the whole thing on film.  Glenn Roush provided entertainment and lighting.  Averi Blackmon Photography graciously provided the photos showcased below.

Courtney and Jacob had a choreographed first dance.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

A celebratory kiss from a job well done!
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Di Fiori provided all of the floral.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Jacob’s cake was an Ironman logo (the race not Robert Downey Jr. character), because Jacob is an avid runner and has competed in Ironman competitions.
In fact, he ran a 5k the morning of his wedding.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

The chefs at the Crescent put together this lovely cake.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

This is a perfect example of why I am so particular about toasting. You can have a picture with the bride, groom, and person giving a toast (bestman in this photo) perfectly framed. The guests can see the couple, but the toaster can look at the bride & groom to eliminate the nerves of facing the crowd.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

All smiles for the father-daughter dance.

I love both of the smiles on their faces. The toss portion of the reception does not have to be cheesy to be fun!
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Courtney and her family had prepared me that their guests were coming to party.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Jacob did not show any signs of running a 5k that morning. Apparently, that is just a warm up for an Ironman.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Everyone needed to catch their breath.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

They finished the night with a private last dance together.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Then it was time for a flower petal send off.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Jen and I love how the classic Rolls and Courtney’s cover up make this photo look like it is from a different era.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

The getaway car was a classic Rolls Royce.
Crescent Hotel Wedding

Hotel ZaZa Wedding Reception Video

Ginger and Rick hosted their wedding ceremony and reception at the beautiful Hotel ZaZa. I knew this was going to be a fun wedding from our first phone conversation when Rick told me that he and Ginger wanted a party and to have fun, new music for dancing.

The ZaZa ballroom already has lighting on one side, so me and my team went in and matched the color to give the room a full wash.

Thanks to Marc Roberts Videography for this amazing highlight video.

Ginger & Rick from Marc Roberts on Vimeo.

Jenny & Joe’s Father Daughter Dance at Ridglea Country Club

Jenny’s husband Wallace is part of a barbershop chorus called The Marcsmen. During our planning meeting Wallace and Jenny told me that the guys wanted to sing during the reception, and I mentioned having them sing the father daughter dance…this is the result. Apologies that the tops of their heads are cut off but I had the camera stationary on a tripod set for the newlywed game. This is why Glenn Roush Entertainment doesn’t pretend to have a “video division!”

Lighting was provided by Glenn Roush Entertainment.

For more information on the Marcsmen – www.marcsmen.org

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To make up for the head chopping, here is a photo from Dallas Wedding Photographer Allison Davis.

Newlywed Game at Ridglea Country Club

Wallace and Jenny wanted to add some personal entertainment for their guests. Glenn Roush Entertainment put together a Newlywed Game. The video is taken at the Ridglea Country Club. Glenn Roush Entertainment provided the lighting for this event and you can see photographer Allison Davis of Allison Davis Photography snapping pictures. Special thanks to Meredith Commender of Significant Events of Texas for all of her planning on this event.

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