Tomorrow is our last day of shooting After the Wedding! The feeling is completely surreal and bittersweet. While we can’t wait to edit this baby, it’s also going to be so sad saying goodbye to all of our cast and crew. Working on a set is akin to going to summer camp. The first day is always a bit scary as you examine your surroundings and warm up to people. By the end of the second day, you’re at ease and already making private jokes with everyone as if you’re old friends. And by the last day… well, let’s just say that if it actually were camp, there would be lots of goodbye tears and bear hugs.
It is currently past 3am as I write this, so my entry will be brief. But I did want to write a quick post to acknowledge how grateful we are to have had this experience. We have never before felt this much love and admiration for every single person that has crossed our path this last month. And we mean everyone from the ladies at David’s Cafe in Miami for making us the strongest Cuban coffee everyday, the amazing staff at the Dorchester Hotel for going out of their way to make our production as smooth as possible, our new friend Raj for letting us use his sweet vintage Lincoln Continental, our insanely talented friend Christie for making the prettiest wedding decor, everyone at Wood Tavern and Electric Pickle, to ALL of our awesome extras… the list goes on and on and that’s not even including the people who have helped us out here in New York. Naming everyone right now would be too much of a challenge for my sleep deprived brain, but lots of thank you emails are coming soon!
We will try to post some more in the next few days to catch everyone up on how production went, but for now, we are wrapped with Day 13 and are truly loving life. And of course, loving YOU! For supporting us throughout this whole process, whether it was on Kickstarter, by sending us positive emails, helping us out out and even just reading this blog. We are so happy and grateful to have had this experience.Thank youRead More