A video documentary of your wedding can entertain you and your family for generations. You are doing the video not just for yourselves but for your children and grandchildren.
As the Bride and Groom, you miss so much of the action and the video can document what you don’t see that day and allow you to see it later. The joy of seeing your Dad walk you down the aisle and hear his voice as he says “her mother and I do!” will be something that you never forget. Hearing the voices, hearing you share your vows, hearing the music, seeing tears flowing, people dancing and all the laughter is something you can’t just remember. You must document it to savor it for years.
Never have I heard a Bride and Groom tell me after they got their video that they weren’t thrilled seeing the day unfold for them – in great detail – all over again. Over 80% of couples who chose not to have video say it’s their biggest regret, don’t make that mistake.
Don’t hire an amateur to handle this, hire only a seasoned professional who can capture the images you will want to see. They can edit them in short and long edited videos, taking an average of 40-60 hours in edit time! The equipment is very expensive and they must continue upgrading to keep up with the latest technology.
Things to consider:
- Watch several of their videos, and share what you like or don’t like about each.
- Chose the music you want on your video BEFORE the wedding, so as not to impede to edit process.
- Determine how many hours of coverage you want.
- Look at the package offerings, does one suit your needs, if not ask for a custom proposal.
- Look at the contract to see how long it will take to get the edited video, 6-9 months is average, over 12 months is too long!