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Don't Skimp out on the Wedding Video


Why should I pay lots of money on a videographer? Aren’t still photos enough to save all the wedding day memories? I mean, can’t we just have our uncle show up and film the entire ceremony with his phone? I’m sure you’ve asked yourself those questions before. In fact, I hope you have asked those questions. I get it. Modern wedding filmmaking is usually the last item on the priority list when planning a wedding. 

But think about this: what if you could re-live all of those special moments from your wedding day—the look on your dad’s face when he sees you for the first time, the tear rolling down your groom’s cheek as he watches you walk down the aisle, and all of the dancing and laughter from celebrating such an amazing moment—through a beautifully handcrafted, cinematic wedding film? Not only that, but your wedding film is a treasure that will be enjoyed by your kids, your grandkids, and their kids and grandkids. I’m not just creating a wedding video, I’m taking your future memories and storing them in the best way possible.

But don’t just hear it from me. Talk to the previous couples I’ve worked with, and you’ll hear that they still watch their video almost every day for an entire year. 

Now, don’t get me wrong. You’re going to want to have an amazing dress. A delicious cake. All the right songs for the dance floor. But you only really get to wear that dress for one occasion, the cake ends up being eaten, and the DJ eventually packs up his things and heads home. A wedding film, however, is timeless, and it’s something you’ll cherish years after you make the grand exit.

You heard me right: I’m not just showing up to position my camera in the back and watch the action happen. Actually, quite the opposite happens. I would consider it a joy to get to know you, the story of how you and your fiancée met and fell in love, and re-tell that story for you to treasure for years.

Does that sound like something you might be interested in? Let’s talk.