Of course we adore weddings that are all about the romance. But at the end of it day, weddings are parties, so it’s important that they’re serious fun too.

And in today’s gorgeous wedding film, Jacob & Juliana celebrated with all the style, glamour and love you’d expect from a pair of childhood sweethearts. But then, they and their guests let their hair down and loosened their ties (literally) and spent the night rocking out on the dancefloor – before a very cool gold streamer send-off!

And capturing the gorgeous details and special atmosphere of their big day, was Owl & Tree Films with a film we couldn’t take our eyes off ’til the very end.

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Scroll down to hit play, but first up, read more about Juliana & Jacob’s sweet love story from the gorgeous bride herself…

From the Bride

We wanted the feel and atmosphere of our wedding to be timeless, romantic and fun. 

This special day was a long time coming for us. We have known each other since the 3rd grade, he was a new student and he proposed on our ten year anniversary and have been together for a total of almost 12 years now.

I will never forget the first time Jacob and I met, it was the first week of school of my third year in elementary school when my teacher introduced the class to a student that would be joining our class that year.

“Class, I would like everyone to say a big hello to Jacob here.” From there it was history…

Just kidding, we still considered the other had cooties back then at that age. 

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Watch Juliana & Jacob’s Beautiful Wedding Film

Jacob + Juliana /// May 21st 2016 from Owl & Tree Films on Vimeo.

A lot romantic and a little raucous – those are the best kind of weddings, right?

Thanks so much to Owl & Tree Films, and of course, Juliana & Jacob for sharing their beautiful wedding film with us! Congratulations guys!

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Filmmaker: Owl and Tree Films / Photographer: Jordan Voth / Venue: Empire Mine State Park