Planning a Wedding - Videographer
A new concept, but having a videographer has become very common and is a must for some couples. Obviously you will have your photographs to look back on, but having a video that captures all of your day, hearing your voices making your vows, the speeches, the expressions as you walk down the aisle are priceless.
You will find that throughout the day you are so busy meeting and greeting guests and probably being nervous and a little overwhelmed you discover you have missed a lot of what was happening all around you ( i know i did) and before i knew it that day was over.
When choosing a videographer try to choose one that will provide you an edit of the whole day and also a highlights dvd (the whole day one may be a little long for your friends to sit through) and think carefully about the music choice that you want as the background.
Make sure you meet with a prospective company to see previous work and to ensure the quality they produce (there's nothing worse than an unsteady hand!). Each videographer will have a different style of filming so make sure you are happy with this, if not look for a company that do produce the style you are looking for.