TEHAMA GOLF CLUB WEDDINGS FiLMED BY ELYSIUM PRODUCTIONS
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From the bride... "In looking back, our story is about time and timing. Jeremy and I first met 16 years ago in 6th grade. Believe it or not, I was taller than him then. He was shy, quiet, and very boyish. I was quite the opposite. For many of our classes, we always ended up sitting next to each other, mostly because of assigned seating from our last names (Lui and Lu). In a way, you can say that we were by each other's side, literally, from the start. One of my clearest memories was in Mrs. McMillan's English class with him. He sat behind me and for an entire week, he tapped me on the shoulders every few minutes and pretended that he didn't do anything when I looked back. To give you a sense, he was also named "Most Mischievous" in our class. He remembers that I was on student council and once asked him to join the school dance. He stayed at home and played computer games, instead. Of course. We then met again in high school. This time, he was taller than me. We saw each other growing up - obtaining our driver's license, prom, and SATs. What I remember most was at the end of junior year, we had a class pool party, where we celebrated the end of the school year and wrote in each other's yearbooks. I was pleasantly surprised by his message, which mentioned that he has liked me since 6th grade. At the beginning of senior year, he asked me on a date to a small restaurant in Half Moon Bay. In the end, we decided to remain as friends because we would soon be leaving for college. After graduation, I went to UCLA to study biology and international relations and he went to Wharton to study finance and mechanical engineering. Over the holidays, we would come back home and get together with our old friends. During our second year of college, the day before New Years Eve, he called and asked me to go to the movies with him. I had a feeling that something was going to happen. I didn't pay attention to the movie at all. In the middle of the movie, he held my hand. We ended up spontaneously going to the beach in Half Moon Bay afterwards and that was the start of it all - this was December 30, 8 years ago. It was magical. It was a very young and carefree love. Over the past 8 years, we have experienced 6 years of long distance in 5 different cities - Los Angeles and Philadelphia; New York City and San Francisco; and lastly, San Francisco and London. What I can say is that long distance is not always easy. It taught us that relationships require work, commitment, communication, loyalty, and strength in bond. To me, the experience was one of the most defining parts of our relationship. We learned how to be together, while also being independent. We are essentially a pair of individuals. Throughout the 6 years, we never separated once. With any hurdle, we were both invested in seeing them resolved. I think this stems from the fact that we hold each other dearly. He is the most important person in my life. There is no one else like him in this world. I don't say this often enough, but he means a lot to me. For the past 2 years, we finally came together (the end of long distance!) and have lived in the same place - our hometown, San Francisco. Over the past 8 years, we have seen each other through many life milestones - first jobs, first cars, first bills, friends' weddings, etc. We have experienced key moments and landmarks together. Jeremy said it best in our engagement announcement - "A common advice from the wise is that choosing the right partner is the most important decision in life and the main ingredient to happiness. Tiffany and I have experienced obstacles, growth, and rites of passage together - each challenge, accomplishment, and learning has provided strength and conviction that we are the right partners for the years to come." It is incredible to think that we have known each other for more than half of our lives and that there is more to come. I can't wait for what's to come. Someone once asked me what I see for the future. Immediately, my thought was Jeremy. He has always been in my life in some way or another. I cannot imagine it without him. When we first started dating, we said to each other "let's keep it simple." My goal is a very simple one. Years and years from now, I hope to be by Jeremy's side, and be able to look back and smile with great pride about what we have built together (family, friends, home, and many memories). That is what I will take away with me, and that is what this day will be about."