Now, it may seem I am likely to be a little biased when it comes to this topic, however one of the main things I hear from my couples is how booking a videographer was the best decision they made in the run up to their wedding day.
“98% of couples surveyed regretted not having a videographer” – Huffington Post
Your wedding day will go by so quickly, no matter how mindful you are about taking in all of the moments. And you won’t be there to witness every single moment. Wedding videographers, however, are continually moving around and capturing as much of the day as possible. Photographs can’t capture audio- the sound of laughter, exchanging of vows and of course the speeches.
Weddings are wholly about you, your family, and all the things you love in your life. That’s why having wedding footage to remember sharing this moment with so many people whom you love can be one of the most amazing gifts to give yourself years down the line. Family and friends won’t be in our lives forever, and being able to remember a celebration in which all your loved ones were in the same room, happy, celebrating the love you share and the person you’ve become, is an incredibly touching experience.
Still unsure?… Ask your married friends if they had a film, and if they found it beneficial, and if they didn’t have one, did they regret it.
My recommendations …
Adam Wing Films – http://www.adamwingfilms.com
Jeff Wood Visuals- http://www.jeffwoodvisuals.com/
Unique Visuals – http://uniquevisuals.co.uk
Shutterbox Films- http://www.shutterboxfilms.co.uk
Monika Frias (Spain)- http://monikafrias.com
Made In Video (Mallorca) – http://www.madeinvideo.es
Quail & Dove (USA)- https://thequailandthedove.com
Mark Brown (Super 8mm- International ) – https://www.markbrownfilms.com