1. HEARING YOUR HUSBAND/WIFE SPEAK THEIR VOWS
Being able to see a photo of your wedding ceremony is great, but nothing compares to the ability to relive the moment your spouse reads their vows on your wedding day. This is something special for you, the guests who were in attendance and the loved ones who weren’t able to enjoy this moment with you.
2. THE TOASTS AT THE RECEPTION
That moment when your father gets emotional talking about his little girl deserves to be captured in all its misty-eyed glory, on video. The words your Maid of Honor or Best Man speak on your behalf cannot be relived in a photo. Instead, cherish them for years to come each time you watch your film.
3. YOUR GRANDPARENTS
One of the most important things you can do is capturing beautiful moments with your family members on your special day. Thirty years from now, when you’re showing your grandchildren the beauty and love surrounding your wedding, you’ll be able to introduce them to the family and ancestry they may not have had the chance to meet in person.
4. PREPARATION AND GUEST INTERACTIONS
There are so many aspects of your wedding day that you completely miss. While you are sitting in hair and make-up, or having photos taken, you are not privy to what your guests are experiencing and enjoying. 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 taking place, that in retrospect they wish they had witnessed.
5. BLAST FROM THE PAST
When your children ask you what your wedding was like, you’ll be able to show them a film that help them experience a big part of your past. Video captured that day will not only showcase your venue, decorations, gown and the like- it will give your audience a glimpse into your life at your age. The way you talk, laugh and enjoy your day will forever be documented for years to come!
6. GUEST INTERVIEWS
One of the most touching aspects of a Wedding Highlight Film are the guest interviews. Hearing your grandmother’s marriage advice, or your mother's hopes and dreams for you and your spouse – are priceless. Often guests will pour out their love and blessings for your future if given a private moment to leave their message.
These interviews are conducted privately and discreetly, so you and your spouse will both be hearing these words of love and support from friends and family, for the first time, together!
7.FEEL LIKE A STAR
It is the job of the videographer to create a Wedding Highlight Film where you feel like the star of your own movie. From the dramatic moments of your first look, or the look on his face when you are walking down the aisle, you’ll see yourself in the starring role of your very own love story! You do not have to be outgoing or an actor to look great either! Wedding videographers capture the beauty of your day, and create a stunning visual showcase for you to cherish forever.
8. LET YOUR GUESTS ENJOY YOUR WEDDING FULLY
With many guests holding out their cell phone or iPad, they miss the ability to actually experience your special moments. Having a professional whose sole purpose is to document your day means you can opt for an “Unplugged Wedding”. You give your guests the chance to live in the moment with you and stash their cameras and tablets away. This not only allows your guests to be fully present, but it keeps your photos and video free from guests' arms and cell phones in your aisle. (I cannot photoshop your Aunt’s arm and iPad out of the film).
9. AN ANNIVERSARY TRADITION
What a romantic way to add tradition to your anniversary? Being able to watch this Highlight Film is a great way to remember where it all began, and add to what you're celebrating all these years later! Grab your spouse, a glass of wine and enjoy the very best moments of your wedding day.
10. SHARE THE VIDEO WITH EVERYONE!
Having a Wedding Highlight Film allows you to share your love story and wedding day with everyone you love! Your children, grandchildren, new friends and family can experience your day as if they were there with you, even if they weren’t.