To relive the magic and emotion of your wedding day!
Wedding planning is something that many couples take on themselves and it really is a lot of work! So many vendors, venues and decorations vying for the Bride’s time and resources. Many Brides simply rely on their friends and family’s advice on how to plan their wedding and what to spend their hard earned money on. Wedding Videography is something that often is only viewed as a “if there’s still room in the budget” service and usually there is not room after all of the other vendors have completed negotiations and secured a signed contract for their services. Understandably, couples want a beautiful location venue, beautiful flowers, a great DJ, a great ceremony officiant, and tasty food at their reception. There is nothing at all wrong with that, it’s your day! However, the point of this blog post is to get you to stop and think for just a while about what you will have to take away with you after the wedding is over. Only a few services that are hired will be able to remind you of the joy and emotion of your big day, time and time again throughout your marriage. And none of these services does that as effectively as wedding videography.
One of the perks of video that not even photos can offer is the element of audio. Being able to hear your vows, the speeches your family and friends gave or even just fun chatter during the day is something that will add a new dynamic to looking back on your wedding day.
Our memories fade, we will not and cannot remember all of the amazing moments of our wedding day. Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your entire life and it is one you’ll want to have captured so that when your memory fades it can be refreshed when you sit down and watch your film.
Yeah, it’s no big surprise that couples have some budget regrets. But Zola’s Wedding Planning Survey found that one-third of recently married folks actually wish they spent more money on this one thing: a videographer. Yep, 35 percent of couples admit that if they could do one thing over again, they’d go back and hire someone to film their wedding day. But if you heed the wisdom of the crowd, make sure you pick a choice videographer—25 percent of people who did hire videographers still wish they spent more money on the service. That’s something you rarely hear.