Parminder & Manpreet’s Same Day Edit

Five days, endless ceremonies and rituals. We were simply amazed by the beauty and majesty of this Indian Wedding. We have filmed many elaborate and fancy weddings, but nothing comes close to the decadence and attention to detail as an Indian wedding. No wonder it requires not one or two days, but more than five days to fit all the ceremonies and rituals in. For this same day edit, our goal was to make a 3 minute film jam-packed with emotions and stories. We wanted our audience to feel like they were present at all the days of the wedding, knowing everything that went on, even if they were never there. Of course, if they were not there, they were missing out on one heck of a party. Music, dancing, great ethnic food, and a beautiful bride and groom to top things off. We loved filming every aspect of the wedding, especially the reception.

It was evident to all, that this couple was truly in love with one another. It was an honor capturing their special bond and being part of their BIG day.

The groom’s brother, Ankesh, convinced the family that they should hire Aperina Studios over any other Indian wedding videography company as he believed that we will tell the wedding story from a fresh and unique perspective. After the wedding, we had many guests come up encouraging us and telling us that we did an amazing job. It was a humbling experience.

Arriving at the Reception venue to edit the Same Day Edit, I already knew that I will need to make it longer than the originally planned 3 minutes. Once again, I edited in Final Cut Pro X, honestly, the best editing software out there. It was flawless and blazing fast! I finished editing a few hours, before out 8pm deadline, So I color graded and even added a few more recent shots into it.

It was a blast showing the SDE to the wedding guest. And now to you! Enjoy Parminder and Manpreet’s Same Day Edit!


Song choice: Always Been You (Cinematic Version) – Marie Hines (Licensed with The Music Bed)

Planning & Design: Anais Events
Cinematography: Aperina Studios
Photography: JV Photography
DJ & Lighting: Wicked Entrainment
Catering: Bombay Garden
Ceremony: Gurdwara Sahib
Reception Venue: Citrus Heights Community Center


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