Choosing a videographer for your wedding could be the most important vendor you choose. I know plenty of couples who say we don't need a videographer. We have a photographer to capture our day. They are right. The same photographer who captured your parents and grand parents wedding 20, 30, 50 years ago. But what if you had a set of their wedding pictures in one hand and in the other hand a wedding video that captured the heartfelt emotions of their day. In perfect color and sharp focus. All with audio that you could hear your parents or grandparents exchange their vows, and hear the song the first time they danced together as a couple. If given the choice, most couples would choose the video. But somehow the videographer seems to be the last vendor chosen for a wedding.
Having a wedding videographer may not seem important today....but what about the next morning when you wake up and realize your wedding day is over? You realize that their are only a couple of things left over from all the fun and excitement from the day before. You chose to have a photographer but NO videographer. You'll have your pictures but those perfect words you chose for your vows will not be captured and preserved for future generations. The perfect toast your Best Man or Maid of Honor made no where to be heard again and what about the song you chose to dance to for the first time. Without a professional wedding videographer their to capture the day as you want it, all of fun and excitement will be left to pictures that can't tell you what the song was you danced to, or the perfect toast that was made, or the music your guests danced to.
Please take a moment and decide how you want your wedding day to be remembered. Though a wedding videographer may not be a vendor your thinking about today...if given the choice, would your children or grandchildren prefer to have those memories of your wedding day in pictures or would they prefer to have a professionally captured video documenting the entire day as is happened. Just something to think about.