Wedding videography is becoming increasingly more popular. Yet, it is still seen as an added expense. This expense is worth every penny (yes I know I’m biased). I keep hearing, stories about couples regretting not having their wedding day filmed, which is so sad.
“At first we were undecided on whether or not to have a videographer at our Wedding, but we are SO glad that we did!”
And if you’re still undecided, here are a few things to consider when making your decision.
It’s something to have for years to come
Your wedding video will act like a time capsule, something you can enjoy for years to come. Imagine being able to show your grandchildren, and even great grandchildren. Your family members won’t be around forever, but your wedding video will mean you’ll be able to enjoy precious moments of your Granddad’s dancing for years and years.
“Every emotion I felt on my wedding day I feel again as I watch back my video!”
Your Wedding Day Goes SO fast
If you’re planning a wedding I’m sure you’ve been told how fast your day will go. One second you’re hearing “you may kiss the bride” and the next moment it’s the last dance of the evening. Imagine being able to relive those moments all over again – the emotions you felt, the way you walked down the aisle. Or your first kiss and the proud tears in your Dad’s eyes… it’ll all be there for you to enjoy until your heart is content.
“Once we received the video we felt as though the day was being re-lived there and then.”
You can be in multiple places at once
A video is for the moments you didn’t see. You can be a fly on the wall for the moments you weren’t able to be at. Imagine hearing how your other half felt the moment before you walked down the aisle. Or maybe you were at the bar when there was some serious ‘Dad’ dancing going on.
A wedding video isn’t an expense it’s an investment. An investment in the happiest day of your life….
Remember the choice is all yours, and if that choice is yes, then picking the right videographer is an easy one. It’s as simple as deciding if you like a piece of cake. Watch their promos and sample videos. Then you can decide if you like their style, and if they’re the right videographer to capture your day.
“My husband and I, last minute, decided to hire a videographer for our wedding. The best money we could have spent!