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We, at JPod Productions, were so happy with the response that we received for our first ever Best Wedding Trailer of 2012 Contest! First, I want to thank all of the people who took the time to watch all five wedding video trailers and vote for their favorites.

With that being said, the Winner of the 2012 Contest is Annoula and Mike Bikas! Their wedding had a great ethnic element mixed in with some downtown flair this past summer. They will receive a $250 gift certificate to the home store of their choice.


Using a random number generated, we also selected two voters to win $25 gift certificates to the restaurant or store of their choice. The first winner is Dino Gravenis who voted on Facebook for our winners, Annoula and Mike. The second winner is Michelle Elizabeth who also voted on Facebook and her favorite wedding video trailer was Melissa and Jayson’s film from Saltwater Farm Vineyard.  Thanks again for participating and we’ll see you next year!

Our biggest passion at JPod Productions is creating feature films and I am very excited to release this extended clip from Jenny Chung and Pasquale Capaccio’s Wedding. Jenny and Patsy had a perfect May afternoon for a wedding, with a romantic catholic ceremony at Mount Carmel Church in Springfield and a blue sky photo session and reception at the Log Cabin.

The wedding day had some great personality, as the prep was shot in Jenny and Patsy’s brand new home. There was also a tea ceremony in between the catholic ceremony and reception which brought Jenny’s heritage into the wedding day, and the ‘pretty in pink’ room made the Log Cabin look fabulous. The following clip includes the second half of the bridal prep leading into the ceremony, followed by a transition section from the ceremony to the tea ceremony.

We worked along some excellent vendors with George and Barbara Schaler from Schaler Photography while DJ Rocco spun the tunes all night long. Mike Zaskey from Zasco Productions provided the uplighting for the room and Elm St. Flowers provided the rose filled bouquets. Jenny and the girls had their hair done at A & E Styles Salon in East Longmeadow, although that footage was in the first few minutes of the feature film.