Weddings are costly, no surprises there. From big things such as the venue or the entertainment right down to the favours on the place settings, it can really add up, and that’s when couples begin to ponder whether or not they should go forth with add-ons such as a videographer. Is it worth the money? Will it make a difference? Well, we know that being a wedding video company will certainly make us sound biased, but the answer to this question – just ask any of the bride and grooms with whom we’ve worked – is a resounding yes. Here’s why.
They say time flies when you’re having fun; it’s true. With all of the emotion, people and activity, your wedding day can go by in the blink of an eye. While you’ll be busy getting around to catching up with all of your guests, a video let’s you relive the magic when time eventually takes its foot off the gas.
A video – and photos too for that matter – can tell a different story to how you experienced the day itself, showing you how your nuptials unfolded from the perspective of your guests – those magic moments that you are inevitably caught up in at the time can be enjoyed time and time again.
While they say a photo can tell a thousand words, a video goes one step further, capturing the expressions, emotions and the tiniest of details – especially when it comes to the vows and the speeches – that a photo may otherwise fail to capture.
When it comes to your wedding speeches, it’s hard to take it all in on the day, such an overwhelming occasion that it is. With a video, you can take time to absorb the many heartfelt sentiments that were shared.
Even though it’s your day, the couple – particularly the bride who’s traditionally late – are the last to arrive, meaning you actually miss lots of the action and that initial excitement in anticipation of your arrival. Relax and enjoy a moment of quiet while sure in the knowledge that your videographer will capture the magic in your absence.
A well produced wedding video brings the emotion of the day flooding back for all to behold.
It’s one of the most valuable keepsakes from your wedding that you’ll ever have, cherishing it time and time again and with today’s technology advancements, it’s a piece of one of your life’s most defining moments that can be passed down to future generations.
For those guests who unfortunately couldn’t make it, they too get to partake in the magic.
Let’s face it, a wedding video is social media gold.
But don’t just take our word for it; a recent survey conducted by The Wedding and Event Videographers Association found that 98% of newlywed couples recommended to future brides that they SHOULD have wedding videography. 63% of brides that did not consider or have wedding videography, would recommend to future brides to do so.