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Will & Ashley's Wedding

Trader Sam

Congratulations to Will and Ashley, married January 22, 2011!

I’ve heard of people wanting to use paper models as centerpieces at their wedding, but I’ve never seen it actually done. To get a video is just simply awesome! Look closely, and you’ll see models from other designers, too. The reception took place in the Grand Ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel.

Between herself, her husband, parents, sister-in-law, and bridesmaids, they assembled a total of 22 paper models. The hotel staff “went totally crazy over the models,” according to Ashley, and the two Disneyland marquees were given to the event planner as a gift.

Best wishes to you both!

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There are 4 comments.

  • Trader Sam:

    I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched this video! Not because of the models, but because I enjoy seeing everyone have such a great time. The video is simply awesome, and the song grows on me each time I listen to it.

  • Lost Boy:

    That is very cool. Nice idea to use the paper models as table center pieces and they look great. Another use for Paper Models. Yea! Great video and it looks like the whole thing was just perfect. Congratulations to the lucky couple,.

  • Trader Sam:

    And in case anyone asks, yes, I did get permission from both Ashley and the videographer to post this video. Ashley said that she will pass along some photos as well.

  • Matt:

    The video played like a full on Hollywood production. Looked like some decent steadicam work throughout. Never seen one quite like that before. Very enjoyable and the models were a great accent indeed.

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