Updated: Oct 20, 2020
I understand that to have a videographer is an added expense, but if it's within your budget, it's definitely worth it - here's why.
Video can Capture Movement and Sound.
Still photos provide an image of a moment in time, but wedding videos capture both movement and sound. With a wedding video, you’ll be able to hear your spouse gasp during your first look, your dad’s toast and your mom’s laughter. You’ll be able to watch your first kiss as newlyweds, your first dance, and your grandmother’s amazing dance moves. Still photos can be beautiful and artistic however they cannot capture motion or sound—which makes a wedding video a must-have.
It's an Emotional Day.
It’s so important to hire a professional videographer who will not only capture the raw footage of your big day, but also edit it down to create an emotional movie, frequently set to music, that will truly tell the story of your wedding from start to finish. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry—it’s the closest thing to reliving your wedding day.
See Things You Wouldn’t Have Seen Otherwise.
It's impossible to see everything that happens at your wedding, everything happens so fast – but on film, you’ll be able to look back at everyone and see things that you may not have seen if you didn’t hire a wedding videographer.