Wow, it’s hot in Texas. This wedding was a scorcher. Middle of August and not a cloud in sight. But truly incredible. The hotel venue (Hotel Emma) was truly spectacular. It’s and old refinery that has been converted into a posh, hip hotel with all of the old rusty pipes and boilers still intact. Something out of a scary movie, but ultramodern and no ghosts in sight.
I’ve become accustomed to filming a lot of Jewish weddings. I love them. The Jewish faith is incredibly family-centric and very devout. And the ceremonies and receptions are just incredible. There is so much content. It’s go, go, go in order to grab everything. Ketubah, Horah, etc. Details and events galore.
This wedding ranks up there with the best I’ve seen. The combination of the couple, the guests, the details, the venue. It just all came together. This was also the first time I’ve seen an artist do a live painting of the event also. Just amazing to witness. Adva’s honestly one of the nicest brides I’ve ever had. She offered to leave a positive review on Google for me and I ended up with 3 of them on different websites. So gracious. And Bart is just a kind person. A one-of-a-kind couple.
Michelle Leo Events really nailed this wedding. The room was beautiful and the crew was exceptional.