A main reason to have a videographer on your wedding day is to be able to relive and rehear all the words that were said:
The ceremony speech, the vows, the toasts, and also the cheers of your friends as you are declared married.
Here's a look at how we ensure we capture all of the important audio of your wedding day.
On your wedding day, you will be surrounded by those nearest and dearest to you: relatives, close friends, and special groups of people. There are several ways you can include those who matter most as a part of your wedding day, aside from being a bridesmaid or groomsmen.
The wedding day begins long before the bridal party starts their walk down the aisle. In the getting ready portion of the day before the ceremony, there are many opportunities to have some sweet and special memories with your partner and also those celebrating with you.
The wedding day timeline. It’s the thing that every single person on your wedding vendor team is going to need to know from you. Our game plan is based on your schedule of events, so it is definitely important have it ready before the wedding .
As a wedding videographer, I’ve had the privilege of hearing many deep and heartfelt words of love from the couples I’ve filmed. Even the shyest and soft-spoken of individuals can speak the most beautiful words to their spouse. Here’s a few tips on writing and saying your marriage vows.
You’ve decided you want to hire a wedding videographer to capture your day, and you are probably googling things like “List of Questions I should ask my wedding videographer?”
I’ve taken a look at some of some of those lists and I feel like they're missing some very important questions that you MUST ask before hiring. Here are those questions and why they are important.
“I don’t know why I even need a wedding video.” The bride on the other end of the phone told me. “My married friends say I’ll regret it if I don’t, but I’m just not sure why.”
You’ve decided on getting a video for your wedding. That’s awesome! It’s wonderful to have those memories of your day. Now you’re probably looking at packages or collections from various videographers and wondering what some of the options actually mean.
To help you pick the perfect choice for your wedding film, I’ve listed the most common types that cinematographers offer and how they will bring you back to your special day.
So, I have a question for you: Will your grandchildren be able to see photos or videos of your wedding? And will your own children have pictures of themselves as children to show their own kids?
As wedding plans are being made, and lists are being checked, one of the last items on your mind is probably the rehearsal and dinner. The great thing about having a ceremony rehearsal, besides getting to know where and when you have to stand and walk, is that it's a chance to relax and be silly goofy with your family and friends before the wedding day jitters arrive. It's also a chance to get some great candid photo and video memories.