If timings allow bridal preparations can be included as an extra and edited with the arrival of your guests. Bridal Prep is a great way to start your wedding DVD capturing all the excitement and preparations of the bride getting ready.

In Silver, Gold and Platinum packages the wedding service is filmed using two Sony HD cameras with two videographers. On our Bronze Package only one camera is used. The ceremony is edited and will include full audio from the service, we'll use wireless microphones where possible.

The story continues with a photo montage. We will work with your photographer while they take your guest and family photographs. Edited to music that you choose this can produce tearful results. (Only available with our Gold and Platinum Packages)

The speeches are always something to look forward to, we'll capture the speeches with two cameras and two videographers. (Only available with our Silver, Gold and Platinum Packages)

A video diary room or guest room is a great way for your guests to leave you a message. Family and friends, aunts or uncles are encouraged to leave a message for you both to enjoy in the future. This captures hilarious results. (Only available with our Platinum Package)

What a fantastic ending to a fantastic day. Ending the story is perfect with a first dance. (Platinum Package Only) Your wedding day will go so quickly and your not going to remember half of it.

The highlights is just a small chapter of the DVD which shows a short clip of your day edited to music you choose. It will tell the whole story of your Wedding Day. Our Gold and Platinum package includes this highlights chapter as standard.

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Many Brides and Grooms these days don’t often consider getting a videographer. Either it isn’t in the budget, or it’s not something that will even come up in conversation for things that are essential to book when planning a wedding. Why is that exactly?

Well, here are some things to think about when considering having a professional film your wedding. 79% of Brides and Grooms polled who didn’t have a wedding videographer, regret not getting one.

There are things that video can capture that photography simply can’t.

Being able to relive the moment of you hearing the vows you make on your wedding day is something special for both of you, the guests who were there, but most importantly, to the loved ones who weren’t able to be there.  A quality videographer will have a microphone that is discreet enough to be hidden and high quality enough to capture the audio in the best way possible.  You’ll be able to hear inflections in your voice, and the whispers that show the love and devotion (and nerves) you have when you are up there to show the world how much you love your spouse.  On board audio from your family or friends camcorder just can’t do that.

There is nothing that will wrench your heart and soul like seeing a proud parent not being able to complete a sentence during a toast because they are so incredibly proud to see their baby girl grow up and be so successful. These are the moments when no words say so much more than the most brilliant of speeches.

Ten or more years from now, when you’re showing your children what it was like at your wedding, you’ll be able to show them the people they might not have had a chance to meet.

There is a lot going on while you’re busy getting ready for your ceremony, or when you’re having your photographs taken.  Video allows you to experience a lot of the things you aren’t able to see on the day of the wedding. Often couples will see things they didn’t even know were at the wedding.  Sometimes even people!

There is nothing like seeing  your Bride, or seeing your Groom for the first time on your wedding day.  Whether you have a private first look, or if you make eye contact on opposite ends of a long aisle, being able to witness that moment again, or show your friends and family is beyond priceless.

Many people can’t help but take out their phones at your wedding to capture events to tweet about.  Having a professional whose sole purpose is to document your day means your guests can stow the cameras and simply sit back and take in the moment.  Why doesn’t the Bride take a few pictures from the alter during the ceremony?  Well, she’s concentrating on every little aspect of that moment: the way he looks,  the feeling of him steadying your trembling hands in his, the sound of the minister’s voice.  You are doing everything you can to breathe in the moment, and you know that a professional is capturing every little detail.  Your guests should have the freedom to do the same.

Having a wedding video allows you to share your love and adventure of life with everyone.  This is a tremendous thing that allows you to share one of the most amazing days in your life with people in a way you could never do before.  Your children, grandchildren, new friends and family can experience your day as if they were there with you.