Kint, is short for 'Kintsugi' - the Japanese art of piecing broken pottery with precious metals or real gold powder, rather than something to disguise. The word Kintsugi comes from the Japanese Kin (gold) and Tsugi (join), and therefore literally means: join with gold. The art of Kintsugi is called Kintsukuroi, meaning "mending with gold".
In the same philosophy, Kint Weddings celebrates the marriage of two individuals as they begin a new life and journey together. Unique in their own personalities, yet united as one. Unlike the typical industry standard, our style is documentary. We're there for both the grand moment when you finally kiss the bride, and also the small, quiet moments you share with yourselves when nobody else is looking. We knit moments into memories, from the laughter during gatecrash to the tears of your thank you speech.
We celebrate the big moments and the small, capturing what's most important to you in a way you recall the entirety of your day to be.
Our style is documentary, capturing the way you recall the entirety of your day to be.
Here are the links to some of our Wedding Videography works:1) Pre-wed (Pottery) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxZZGRfXCsU
2) Actual Day (Church) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh_GLXt7YEE
3) Actual Day (Gatecrash+Church) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yya5whf2iQ
Our Youtube page is: bit.ly/kintyoutube