This bride-to-be took her film skills to new heights when she directed her wedding reception video.
When you make a living producing films, it’s only right that you make an awesome film of your wedding day.
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The bride Ayana Morris, who is a producer for Leopard Stripe Productions, took her film skills to new heights when she directed her wedding reception video. Incorporating her wedding guests and wedding party, the Ayana and Siree danced and lip-synced to the tunes of Hot 97’s DJ Wallah.
Wedding reception turn ups are common, but not quite like the Morris’ wedding.
The couple turned on the sexy cam and went from table to “Hit the Quan” and shake a tail feather to “Back That Thang Up.” They even slow it down for the groom to sing to his beautiful bride in a slow dance to Percy Sledge’s “When a Man Loves a Woman.”
With props in tow the entire wedding invade the dance floor for the Electric Slide, before ending the video. According to their wedding site, the couple met in college where Ayana studied film and Siree focused on engineering.
The two were married in New Jersey early this year and have a five-year-old son.
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