Faith and love at St. Josaphat and Mount Mary

When faced with profound humility and love you cannot help but be humbled.That’s how we felt on Emma and Sean’s wedding day earlier this month, which started with a moving Mass at the stunning Basilica of St. Josaphat and ended with a rousing party at Mount Mary University, a gem of a learning institution that also makes for a beautiful reception venue.Every wedding we film brings something unique. But this marriage … this one brought something really beautiful to our work and lives.Our groom Sean had thought for a long time about a ritual that represented so much about his faith, and he wanted to share that act with his new bride, as well as his closest family and friends.So, at the start of their reception, Sean took his bride in hand and read from the Bible, the Book of John, Chapter 13, verses 1-5. It’s the story of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples in an act of blessing, servitude, leadership and love. Sean then led Emma to a chair, where a pitcher of water and bowl had been set nearby. He gently and carefully washed her feet and dried them.Humility. Faith. Servitude and love. We can’t think of more fitting words or acts to begin a marriage.So please enjoy this Sneak Peek, the foundation of which is Sean washing the feet of Emma in the waning golden hours of their wedding day. Congratulations to a truly lovely couple, and we can’t wait to produce the rest of their wedding film.Cheers,CindyIf you’d like more information about the people and places in this wedding, check out these links:Wedding service: Basilica of St. Josaphat, MilwaukeeReception: Mount Mary University, MilwaukeeBride’s gown: Bliss Bridal, BrookfieldGroom’s attire: Mike Bjorn’s Fine Clothing, KenoshaFlowers: DMH Custom Floral DesignsPhotography: Cream City WeddingsDJ: Gigi’s Cupcakes