Why Hire a Wedding Videographer?
You’re busy planning the biggest day of your life. You and your fiancé are crazy discussing food, music, and guest lists. Everyone, from mom to co-workers to Aunt Norma, is giving you advice, and your budget is rapidly disappearing before your eyes. It’s time to make every moment and, more importantly, every dollar count. Now your decision is, “Do we pay to have a professional film our wedding, or not?” Sadly, most think of videography as an add-on, or an after thought and choose not to have it or equally worse, they ask themselves…Why not get a friend or family member to record it? But there is good news! Wedding videography has changed. It’s important that brides realize that there are alternatives to the perceived “boring home video” weddings that we all used to have to watch.
Now, choosing the right videographer means you can actually have a “story” of your wedding, complete with emotions and events you even missed the first time.Our approach is a cinematic styling which creates a video that you will never feel you have to fast forward to get to the good parts. No other area videographer gives the timeand effort it takes to properly edit a video. When the day arrives, you are going to be busy; you are going to be occupied with details and situations; the day is going to fly by without you seeing or experiencing much of it. Without videography, you won’t be able to see your groom anxious at the altar, your grandparents enjoying the cocktail hour or your friends having fun at the reception (you can’t be everywhere at once). But most importantly, you will only have pictures to preserve the visual memories; video is such a powerful way to re-live and experience all the senses of that day. And a truly talented videographer knows how to capture the right moments at the right time.
The one consistent post-wedding comment by brides and brides’ mothers is, “It went by so fast. I didn’t remember a thing.” That comment is closely followed by, “I’m so glad I got this video! I can’t believe all the things I missed!” One of our bride’s said it best, “I did much research before the wedding on what to spend money on. I asked women ages 20-60 what they would do differently. I finally decided to spend the bulk of my budget on the memories. While weddings last one day, your memories will last a lifetime. It's been three months since we said "I do" and I have NO regrets about spending money on videography. “ Hiring a videographer is one of the best investments you can make, but you also want to get the right one for you. Choose one whose style you like and with whom you feel comfortable, because no videographer is the same. Turn your peace of mind over to a professional! You can now relax, knowing your day will be captured in a pleasing, expert, and tasteful manner, and you will be able to sit back in the comfort of your home and enjoy every moment of that day…forever.