MONARCH BEACH RESORT WEDDINGS FILMED BY ELYSIUM PRODUCTIONS
Harper's Bazaar has named Elysium as one of the top videography studios in the world!
Below you will find a handful of wedding videos (hint… scroll down to see them all!). These are all real weddings, with real couples, and each one took place at the stunning Monarch Beach Resort.
We hope these videos can provide you with loads of indispensable inspiration.
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From the groom... "We aren't exactly sure when we met! We both went to USC and had a lot of mutual friends. A few years after school, we ran into each other at The Bungalow in Santa Monica. That's where the relationship really began. Shortly after running into each other, I moved to Chicago and we kept in contact. A text here or there turned into conversations and the conversations turned into trips back to California to visit Olivia. Our first kiss was after Olivia dropped me off at Terminal 1 at LAX to go back to Chicago. We spent as much time as possible together while living long distance and the relationship grew. In October of 2016, we were in St. Louis, MO to celebrate Olivia's Grandma's 90th birthday. During some hours to ourselves, we visited the top of the St. Louis Arch and it was there that I said the first "I love you". In May 2017, I moved back to California and we finally were able to live and date in the same city. After a year of planning with Olivia's best friend and family, I popped the question at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, the place I had first met Olivia's family. We are looking forward to celebrating our love with friends and family on our Wedding Day!"
From the bride... "The first time I met Princeton, he was one of my medical students just starting out on his OB/GYN clinical rotation during his third year of medical school at the University of Hawaii. I was one of his chief residents. I was running the medical student orientation and he came up to me during the hospital tour and asked me if I was from LA. We started talking and it turned out we were from neighboring cities! Throughout his 6 week rotation, we worked together, delivered some babies, and became good friends. After he left the OB/GYN rotation and moved on to other clerkships, we kept in touch… and eventually, a few months later he asked me out on a date. For our first date, we went to the Honolulu Museum of Art, and it seemed like we had already known each other forever.