We were contacted a couple of months ago about our GoPro wedding video by a writer for The New York Times and what a surprise to wake up to a Google Alert that the story made it online and in print. This will be the third major feature for our creative idea! GoPro featured the video, NBC News, and now The New York Times!
Even the bride and groom can be behind the camera. For her April 2013 wedding in Austin, Tex., Stephanie (Wonderlin) Carls tucked a GoPro camera into her bouquet. She secured it in florist’s foam with wire. “It was unique, and gave the bride’s view — my view — of walking down the aisle,” she said.
Read the full article here.
Since then, we have continued to use the GoPro in fun ways: honeymoon highlights, gender reveal, family vacation to Hilton Head Island, promoting Silvercar by taking a drive through Austin, Carson as a Gerber Taste Tester, boys on the Hot Wheels Jeep, and even partnering with Ergobaby.
See all videos (including our wedding video) by clicking the links or even checking out the playlist below:
Having your story featured in The New York Times is amazing, but to see it in print is even better. To make the day even more special ---> It is the two year anniversary of Drew proposing. What an amazing way to celebrate!