We often laugh and cry along with characters in a film, feeling their agony, joy, and layers of emotions. We listen and watch out for imperceptible details that are sometimes inferred, hidden within obvious emotions and are sometimes not even noticeable. But we somehow just, feel it. All these are more so apparent on a wedding day itself - the crossing of feelings that seem to contradict, the endless flow of love from one pair to their friends and families, and back to one another. There, is a celebration of love and humanity. No matter how complicated the event is, or how simple, how intimate it is, there is this warmth and this unshakable joy amidst the relief, stress and sometimes worry. That's the beauty of motion, of videography and the art of film-making - it is not to recap, but to tell stories in a multi-dimensional manner.