Tips To Get The Very Best Wedding Film Possible:


These are tips to keep in mind while you are planning your wedding day timeline:

TIME FOR INTERVIEWS:

• Interviews are what couples love about Serendipity wedding films. Build 15 minutes into your timeline at the start of our cinematography time to complete them – preferably before you put your wedding dress on. If we don’t do them right away they are impossible to get done later in the day.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION:

• The Getting Ready footage is some of the best footage in your film. Think about your Getting Ready location: Is it well lit with lots of natural light? Visually appealing? Clean? Roomy enough for your bridal party, Photographer and Cinematographer? These are all important things to consider when choosing a location to get ready in.

CREATING BEAUTIFUL LIGHTING:

• Cameras don’t operate well in low lighting. It is important to consider lighting in every aspect of your day to get the most flattering footage possible. Think about the light at your Getting Ready location, the Ceremony site and the Reception. If there is not enough lighting, think about bringing some in. (Oh and uplighting is not considered “light” in our book!)

CINEMA TIME:

• Gone are the days of hours alone with your Photographer on your Wedding Day. To create the most beautiful wedding film possible, we need some shots with you too, and we don’t want to ruin your Photographers mojo by encroaching on their time or shouting out poses we need from you. Block out about 15 minutes of time for your Cinematographer separate of your Photographer so that we can get the shots that we need for your wedding film, ideally at the beginning of the shoot.

DOING A FIRST LOOK:

• 98% of couples do a First Look these days, and we highly recommend it. It allows us to get some spectacular footage of a hugely meaningful moment that you will be able to look back at and remember forever. It allows your Photographer and Cinematographer time to be more creative throughout the day, instead of racing against the clock and sunset trying to get all shooting done after the Ceremony.

CONSIDER AN “UNPLUGGED WEDDING”:

• You are paying a lot of money for us to capture your day, so ask your guests to be present in the moment and put away the phones and and cameras. When they are busy with their iphones and ipads they get in our way and ruin the very shots you are paying us to get.

EATING TIME:

• Talk with your catering manager about feeding your vendors when the bridal party eats. If we are fed after the guests, we don’t get enough time to hydrate and nourish ourselves and we could miss the start of your reception.

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A Wedding Film is Worth the Investment:

First off, congrats to all the newly engaged couples out there! This is such an exciting time in your lives, and we hope you enjoy every minute of it! As you start looking for vendors and budgeting out your wedding, we wanted to give you a little insight as to why a wedding film is so worth the investment!

A Wedding Film is the first thing cut from the wedding budget, yet the number one regret a couple has after a wedding if they decided not to get one. The very thought of a couple not having a wedding film to document their wedding day makes us beyond sad. So many moments and memories lost, so here is our pitch! Take what you like and leave the rest!

1. Who is at your wedding sadly may not be here ten years from now. Over our ten years in business we have had 10 couples lose someone unexpectedly after the wedding. For many of those couples, their wedding day was the last time they ever saw that person and heard their voice. Can you even imagine not hearing your mom’s words to you as she zipped you into your dress? Or your dad’s toast to you on your wedding day? Or what your groom says to you the moment he first sees you in your dress? Lost, lost, and lost if you opt out of a wedding film. We hate to be morbid, but it is a truth. Document the day… No matter the curve balls life throws us you will be so glad to have a video record of those who were with you that day.

2. Of course you are going to have a Photographer on your wedding day. But Photos and a Wedding Film go hand in hand. A Photographer will give you snapshots of moments. We will give you the sound and motion from those moments. Together we are your memory team giving you multiple facets and angles of the day. We have never had a couple say to us that they had too many memories of their wedding day. As soon as people find out what we do for a living, inevitably the ones who didn’t have a cinematographer at their wedding always say to us, “That was our biggest regret.. I so wish we had a wedding film. We decided against it and I wish we hadn’t.” I have never had someone say to me, “I wish we didn’t invest in a wedding film.” Even if it wasn’t a great film, they are still glad they have it.

3. The day goes beyond super fast. The morning after your wedding you will discuss with your spouse how amazing it was and you will both agree that it went by lightening fast. And if you decided to invest in a wedding film you will have a sense of peace in knowing that you have that memory forever, but also that you will soon get to re-live that day when the film is finished. We will show you in your film, parts of the day, that you never knew existed. You will get to see your day from a completely different angle. You will get to re-live it like it is brand new again and that is priceless.

4. You will want this memory if you decide to have a family. While it may not be on the radar now, having a family might be in the picture one day and you will regret deeply not being able to share the day of your wedding with your future children. They will want to see what life was like before they came along. A wedding film is such a special memory to share with them.

5.  In this day and age with all of the technology it just makes sense. Wedding films can now be easily shared with family and friends. You want those that attended and those that couldn’t to be able to share in the memories, still be able to through your wedding film. Wedding films are nothing like they used to be, they are high quality productions now. They are a customized story of your wedding day, fabulous, and a must have in your wedding budget.

 

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My Top Three Vendor Must Haves | Arizona Vendors

Hi there! Hope you’ve been spending the new year with good company and big goals. We’ve missed you over here. We have had many big changes and we’re ready for a new year with consistent blogging, incredible weddings, and loving couples. We are already up to over 50 weddings and still booking for this season! So if you were one of those lucky gals or guys that got engaged over the holidays, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Trust me, I know all about popular wedding dates. I am a recent bride of Serendipity Cinematography and have been married for almost two months now! November 11, 2017 is when I tied the knot and getting vendors booked for this day seemed to be tricky. (I mean we did choose, 11.11.. what were we thinking?) So that is why I am sharing with you today, our top three vendors that were a must have and that we booked first! Are you recently engaged? Get to booking these vendors because they get busy, quick! If you have your eye on a specific vendor, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Want to check out my wedding and vendors at the gorgeous Paseo? Click here!

When my husband and I got engaged, we sat down and prioritized our budget and determined what was most important to us. We put a lot of thought into this. We thought about after the fairy tale day and we determined that the film and photos is what you will have to look back on for the rest of your lives together. Easily our top two choices were a videographer and photographer. These were the two people that would capture our day for us to look back on. We will get to reminiscence about our day with our children, grandchildren, and maybe even great grandchildren one day.

We got a lot of questions from family and friends, asking why a videographer was so important to us? A lot of them would say things like, “I haven’t watched my wedding video since the day we got it” or “It’s not that exciting to watch anyways, why spend the money on it?” Well first off, wedding videos aren’t like they used to be. They are films now, a full on gorgeous production of your day. Good bye to the wedding videos of just a long ceremony, first dance, and bad audio. These are hand crafted films of an overview of your entire day from getting ready with your girl friends, interviews of you and your fiance, to the first time he see’s you in your wedding gown, the ceremony, your first dance, and the party that ends the night!

When deciding we didn’t even think twice about booking a videographer. When you really think about it, if you don’t have a videographer there who is going to capture your personal vows and they way you say them to each other on your wedding day? The interview of your parents and grandparents? The toasts from your very best friends? The emotion and words spoken during your first look? You can never get those words, the emotion, and the sound behind them without a videographer there to capture it.

Now we needed one more vendor. This also came pretty easy to us. I am naturally very OCD and Type A. Having someone that could handle our day with the same vision as us was very important. I kept thinking to myself, do I want to spend the one day of my life marrying my best friend worried about where the florist will place the florals on the arch? How the table seating arrangements will get done? And how my bridal party will make it down the aisle flawlessly? No! I didn’t want to worry about one bit of it.

For us a Day Of Coordinator, was the perfect choice. I have had a lot of experience with weddings by working with Serendipity and planning with Pinterest made it super fun. (I mean how did anyone plan a wedding before it!?) I also purchased an Erin Condren planner to help me pace out when everything needed to be completed. But man oh man, is a Coordinator worth it! Planning a wedding is a ton of work. I give all the props to the Planners out there making these magical weddings happen!

There you have it! My top three vendor must haves. Do you have a top three? Comment below and let me know about them!

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We get asked all of the time from couples if they can have the Raw Footage from their wedding day. The short answer is no, and you should see the look on the couples face. It is as if we just told them their wedding dress was ugly. However, we want to take the time to tell you why. We promise we are not trying to be mean, keep precious memories from you or even hold it hostage for more money from you. The answer is because you don’t need it, let us explain.

Years ago before cinematic wedding films became the norm a videographer would show up at your event with a giant camera and record the entire day from beginning to end. Then they would deliver tapes of 10 hours of video footage of every single second of your wedding day. Those were the days before editing.

Amanda + Matt

Amanda + Matt

Somehow the idea though, that Raw Footage was absolutely necessary as a deliverable stuck. We are here to tell you that the Raw Footage is no longer necessary. Wedding Films have evolved. Nowadays wedding films are creative and cinematic edits that summarize the wedding day.

That being said, when we film a wedding we no longer film the entire day in full. We only film what we know we are going to use. We will say it again, We only film what we know we are going to use. Our videographers are shooting in HD so the files sizes are huge and we quite frankly don’t want to film every single second of the day for space purposes as well as editing purposes. It’s just too darn much footage to sort through. Since we know we are summarizing your wedding day, filming every single second is just not necessary anymore.

Before you start thinking there is a mountain of memories on the cutting room floor, to compensate for not having that Raw Footage most companies will offer Documentary Style Edits of the most important parts of the day. What that means is that on top of the Wedding Movie Trailer and Feature Film we will edit for you your Ceremony, Toasts, and First Dances. Most couples see those as the most important parts of the day so we film those and edit them in their entirety.

What we always tell our couples is that if something doesn’t make an appearance in the Wedding Movie Trailer, Feature Film or Documentary Style Films there is a reason why. To be clear though, ANYTHING of value is going to show up in one of those 3 places, we will be sure of it.

Raw Footage has become fluff. And when it is offered to couples in packages or as an add-on it is painted as this extremely necessary and valuable piece of their wedding day when it is pretty much what they already have.

The Raw Footage includes the shaky shots, poorly colored shots, and practice shots. We just don’t see the value of this. Again revisiting the size of the files most couples don’t even have the software to open the files or know what to do with them once they do get them open. Not to mention who is actually going to watch 10 hours of footage.

And finally not offering the Raw Footage is a brand management thing for us. The best representation of our brand is always going to be our edited films. With how easy it is to upload videos online these days we never want to run the risk of our Raw Footage getting out there and someone posting a practice clip and claiming that “this is how Serendipity shoots a wedding film”.

In summary Raw Footage is not what you think it is. If there is something of value we will be sure that you have it. We want you to have as many memories of your wedding day as possible. But we also want you to have the best viewing experience and the best experience is always going to be watching an edited film.

 

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Wedding Color Trends 2017 | Videographer Phoenix

Wedding Color Trends 2017 | Videographer Phoenix

Are you having a 2017 wedding? Here are the latest color trends for this year based on what we have seen so far in our spring and summer season and what we plan to see this fall and winter!

Neutrals and Metals -The Black Tux

Neutrals and Metals -The Black Tux

Neutrals and Metals:

We touched upon how popular metals have been for this year in our blog earlier, but they are really picking up speed for this upcoming fall season. Neutrals have slowly become more and more popular as well. We are seeing them executed in all sorts of unique and creative ways. Some of which include invitations, bridesmaids dresses, groom attire and floral.

When we think of a neutral pallet, we get excited. We have seen this color scheme carried out in so many different ways all perfect and all beautiful. Pair it with greenery and woods for a rustic feel. Or you can pair with sequins and crystal to give it a romantic and eye-catching impression.

Green - The Black Tux

Green – The Black Tux

Green:

Going green? We have seen an increase in the color green, in almost all the floral this year. Of course, it was always present in some way, but this year in a much more fabulous way. Bouquets, having a more natural feel with a cascade effect are all the rage. In these, we see succulents and eucalyptus being a major play on these floral arrangements.

Not only are we seeing green in floral, but also in the wedding party. Gorgeous shades of jade, hunter, and sage are just stunning in both bridesmaid and groomsman attire.

Blue and Blush - The Black Tux

Blue and Blush – The Black Tux

Blue and Blush:

Maybe one of our new favorite color pairings is blue and blush. It has both a feminine and masculine feel. It’s timeless, as well as romantic and elegant. It’s also perfect for brides who want to stay traditional and having their something blue. Though this is trending for the spring and summer, we also see it transitioning really well into the fall.

We like that you can pair navy suits with blush dresses to give the wedding party a coordinating feel without being too matchy matchy.

 

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Photo Credit and Tux Info: The Black Tux

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We know that when it comes to planning a wedding, to say it can be overwhelming is an understatement. There are so many decisions to be made, and each step in the process affects the next. This is one of the reasons we LOVE the Wedding Wire vendor checklist, it provides a step-by-step timeline for when you should book your wedding vendors. Armed with this, and a few other tips and tricks from us, you will be ready to take on the wedding world.

1. HIRE A WEDDING PLANNER. We cannot stress this enough. They know the wedding world like the back of their hand and are worth their weight in gold. You don’t know what you don’t know… A quality Wedding Planner not only will keep you on track, but will help you create the day of your dreams, or help you figure out what your dream day is all while staying within your budget!

2. A good rule of thumb when planning your wedding is to get a jump on hiring your wedding vendors. Nothing is worse than falling in love with a vendor only to find out that they are booked on your date. Haven’t picked a date? Even better, they may be the ones who dictate that for you based on their availability. Very rarely do vendors hold a date for you. They work off of a first come first serve basis so solidifying those vendors early on so you can enjoy your engagement is a great plan.

3. Hiring your wedding vendors is like choreographing a dance, you want to pair people up with the very best partners. If you are unsure about a vendor, don’t be afraid to ask around. It is always good to get recommendations from other vendors because we see it all. We have the pleasure of seeing the good, the bad and the ugly. If we work with people we know and love on the wedding day it’s like working with friends and it just makes wedding magic for the couple!!

4. Weddings are so expensive. One of the benefits of booking vendors early is the fact that you secure better pricing. Most vendors raise prices slightly every year. So, if you are getting married in 2018 it is best to book vendors at 2017 pricing.

5. The earlier you book the more time you have to sit back, relax and just enjoy being engaged.

 

Wedding Vendor Timeline - Wedding Wire

Wedding Vendor Timeline – Wedding Wire

 

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As we are about to dive headfirst into one of the busiest spring seasons we have ever had, at the same time, we are super excited to this year’s wedding trends.  One of the most fascinating parts of our job is to see how each couple executes their perfect day, to a T. We also love to see how they incorporate the wedding trends of the season and make them their own. Here are some of our favorite things right now.

Metals: We loved when couples started to incorporate more silver and gold into their wedding pallet over the past few years. This year it’s full-blown metal! Gold, silver, rose gold, pewter, and copper. They are so versatile and really compliment so many different color arrangements. We love how they can easily dress up, or soften the feel of the whole day.

Metal: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Metal: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Whimsical Floral: So far, we have seen a huge amount of our brides sticking with what we like to call “sophisticated whimsical” floral. This includes large soft flowers such as garden roses or peonies, paired with beautiful succulents, that gives off a romantic and classic look.

Floral: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Floral: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Sugar: Who doesn’t love cake? Just a few years ago and still a bit now, it was popular to have cupcakes. I mean it’s the perfect portion all ready to go for your guests. However, this year the movement seems to be leaning towards beautiful multi-tiered cakes. We can’t complain because these stunning works of art are not only beautiful to look at but also still delicious as ever.

Sugar: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Sugar: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Gown: This category is ever changing and we love it because it means we get to see new and fabulous dresses every season. Color is making a huge comeback and in the most gorgeous way ever. May it be just a slight hint of pink to the overall gown or possibly small details that give off a hue of your “something blue”. We also are seeing an increase of sleeves in all sorts and cutouts in flattering places. This gives such a nice update to the classic silhouette of a wedding dress.

Gown: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

Gown: Latest & Greatest Wedding Trends | Videographer Phoenix

 

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Meet The Ladies Of Serendipity | Videographer Phoenix

Meet The Ladies Of Serendipity | Videographer Phoenix

Meet The Ladies Of Serendipity | Videographer Phoenix

It’s that time of year where your Facebook and Instagram feed is blowing up with engagement rings. Now that you have the rock it is time to start planning! It can be so overwhelming, there are so many vendors, where do you start? How do you choose?

Who you hire on your wedding day can make or break your wedding day experience. Not to add to the stress, but its true! Especially when it comes to who is in charge of documenting your memories. Hiring the right wedding videographer to tell your wedding day story will be one of the most important choices you make that day.

We want to introduce you to the girls of Serendipity. These woman day in and day out tell the stories of our couples and create a life long memory of your wedding day for you to share with family and friends.

Who we are:

Can you tell what is so different about Team Serendipity?? We are mostly a team of ladies! Which if you think about it, who better to tell the story of a wedding than a team of women.

Girls just get weddings.
1. We get what is keeping you up at night.
2. We get being torn over two different linens that are basically the same shade just slightly different textures.
3. We understand the details you spent months pouring over.
4. And we get the emotion of a wedding day and what is most important to capture.

We don’t see your wedding in generalities, we see the details, the moments and will capture each and every one of those. Here are the women of Serendipity and listen to what they love about telling your wedding day story. We want to share with you some of our favorite wedding moments that we captured from this past wedding season.

We LOVE weddings and we LOVE love… And we would LOVE to document your love.

 

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Kelsi + Kohl - Videographer Phoenix

Kelsi + Kohl – Videographer Phoenix

A Wedding Film is FIRST thing cut from the wedding budget yet the #1 REGRET a couple has after a wedding if they decided not to get one. The very thought of a couple not having a wedding film documenting their wedding day makes me beyond sad. So many moments and memories lost… So here is my pitch… Take what you like and leave the rest.

1. Who is at your wedding sadly may not be here 10 years from now. Over my 9 years in business I have had 7 couples lose someone unexpectedly after the wedding. Many of those couples that was the last time they ever saw that person and heard their voice was on their wedding day. Can you even imagine not hearing your mom’s words to you as she zipped you into your dress? Or your dad’s toast to you on your wedding day? Or what your groom says to you the moment he first sees you in your dress. Lost, lost and lost if you opt out of a wedding film. I hate to be morbid but it is a truth. Document the say… No matter the curve balls life throws us you will be so glad to have a video record of those who were with you that day.

Amiee + Eric -Videographer Phoenix

Amiee + Eric -Videographer Phoenix

2. Of course you are going to have a Photographer on your wedding day. But Photos and a Wedding Film go hand and hand. A Photographer will give you snapshots of moments. We will give you the sound and motion from those moments. Together we are your memory team giving you multiple facets and angles of the day. I have NEVER had a couple say to me that they had too many memories of their wedding day… As soon as people find out what I do for a living inevitably the ones who didn’t have a cinematographer at their wedding ALWAYS say to me “That was our biggest regret.. I so wish we had a wedding film. We decided against it and I wish we hadn’t”. I have NEVER had someone say to me “I wish we didn’t invest in a wedding film” even if it wasn’t a great film they are still glad they have it.

3. The day goes sooooooo fast. The morning after your wedding you will discuss with your spouse how amazing it was and you will both agree that it went by lightening fast. And if you decided to invest in a wedding film you will have a sense of peace in knowing that you have that memory forever but also that you will soon get to re-live that day when the film is finished. We will show you in your film parts of the day that you never knew existed. You will get to see your day from a completely different angle. You will get to re-live it like it is brand new again and that is priceless.

Aashli + Denny - Videographer Phoenix

Aashli + Denny – Videographer Phoenix

4. You will want this memory if you decide to have a family. While it may not be on the radar now having a family might be in the picture one day and you will regret deeply not being able to share the day of your wedding with your future children. They will want to see what life was like before they came along.

Diana + Shigeki - Videographer Phoenix

Diana + Shigeki – Videographer Phoenix

5.  In this day and age with all of the technology it just makes sense. Wedding films can now be easily shared with family and friends. You want those that attended and those that couldn’t to be able to share in the memories. Wedding films are nothing like they used to be. They are high quality productions now. They are a customized story of your wedding day and they are fabulous and a MUST HAVE in your wedding budget.

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A Wedding Videography business has brand new business all of the time. Our couples are always new to the wedding planning process and most have never done this before so we are always educating them on the hiring and what to expect as well as what to look for when deciding on this must have part of your wedding day. I meet with hundreds of couples a year and some things we are asked make our little sensitive wedding videographer souls die a little each time. I want to educate you so you avoid wounding your potential wedding filmmakers sensitive soul and let’s face it… I am going to say what no other wedding videographer will say but we all think…

Pink Smoke Bomb At Wedding

We die a little each time a potential client sends us films from another filmmaker and asks if we can create a wedding film like “this”. We consider our wedding videos art. We work very hard to create our art. When someone tells us we love your art but change it to look like this we are often left wondering if you really loved our art at all and why are you hiring us if you want your art to look like someone elses? Nine times out of ten the video sent to us as a sample of what they want is nothing like our work. We know that is not your intention and you are just sharing your vision. Bottom line is you need to love our work if you want to hire us. If you don’t that is o.k there is a wedding videographer out there for everyones style. But don’t expect us to change our style to fit your vision. Everyone will end up unhappy. We want you to have the most fabulous wedding film possible and we want to have fun creating it. If we aren’t a match for you someone else will be perfect for you.

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When told “You are too expensive” it feels like a punch in the gut. The question shouldn’t be “Why do you cost so much” it should be “Why are you worth so much?” Each wedding film we create is hand crafted and customized to each couple. What you are paying for is not so much the filming of the wedding it is the editing of the film. It take SO. MUCH. TIME. We carefully curate every single shot we use and every piece of audio we pick and we tell a story of your day. We lay it all down on an editing timeline, re-work it, edit it to beats of music and do this over and over again until it is perfect. Not to mention we are never valued as much as the Photographer despite our gear being just as expensive, needing more of it and the hours spent in post production are longer. We are seen as the item you don’t have to have and then everyone freaks you out that you don’t have it and then at this point video isn’t budgeted for appropriately. Then we get the “Well we weren’t planning on having a video so what can you do to make this work”. So let me get this straight… You didn’t plan for us so we should work for less because you didn’t prioritize wedding videography in your budget? No thanks. You aren’t our client. We want to work with people that value a wedding film. We are ok with the fact that it wasn’t a budget priority for you I totally get it. So just say we are out of your budget and roll with that. The other just makes us sad.

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When you tell us you are getting married in a church we aren’t super excited. I love what getting married in a church stands for and the tradition and sanctity of the Ceremony in a church. I would love it even more if it meant good things for your photos and wedding film. But logistically it is rough… First and foremost couples who get married in a church are always going to need to invest more in their Photographer and Wedding Videographer because they will need them for more hours to be able to cover the entire day from Getting Ready to the last major event of the night. Church ceremonies are always early and there is often a break before the reception so it just requires a couple to invest in a lot more coverage of the day. Plus adding multiple locations into the mix of the day from the Getting Ready location to the Ceremony location to the Reception location just makes for logistically a more challenging day and potential to run behind. Next issue is churches never have good natural light. It is always hard to film and have you look your best in artificial light. Plus the light varies from the back of the sanctuary to the front. I am never in love with the color of the footage. And finally…. Angry church ladies… Now there are some amazing women who handle the churches ceremonies and are lovely. But many are not. There are tons of rules and regulations and they don’t communicate this information politely nor do they allow any flexibility with it. I totally get it. This is God’s House. We must be respectful of the the Ceremony and not be a distraction. But the rules and regulations make it so difficult to cover the Ceremony to the best of our ability and the photos and video are not always ideal because they don’t let us move. We are professionals though and can work through any situation and will adapt and overcome. I just wish couples understood what the choice to get married in a church means for their day. If they are cool with it then great!! Sadly couples often don’t know this information until after they have booked the church.

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When you tell us you love our work and then tell us how to do our job. What you have to remember is that we do this all day everyday multiple times a weekend. This isn’t our first rodeo. It is however yours… You fell in love with our work. Now trust us to create that work for you and allow us what we need to be able to do that work. Telling us you want it this way or that way takes what we love most out of our job which is being creative. More than likely what you are wanting would be in the film anyway without you telling us. Trust us. And if you don’t love what we present to you we can always revise.

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When you ask us for a DVD. Wedding Film delivery has advanced so far past this dying technology. When you ask for a DVD of your wedding film it is like asking for music on a cassette tape. In a couple of years you will no longer be able to view your film on a DVD. We are delivering to you in what is best for the preservation, safety and security of your memories. Don’t be frustrated. We truly do have your best interest at heart.

 

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