"We were impressed with the video quality from the demos, and the finished video of our wedding more than lived up to the standard set by their demo videos. The videographers were professional and easy to work with. Angel (the owner and primary videographer) is great at communicating and is a truly talented film editor. Everyone who has seen our DVD is impressed at how great it came out. It is a very personal memento of our day and we were kept very involved with the entire process. Our DVD is unique to us - definitely not a cookie cutter DVD. We highly recommend Angel and her staff as videographers - you won't be disappointed." -Rayna & Jeff
"Video is one of the most important souvenirs you will still have after your wedding is long over. People will pass away, people age, as your family grows its nice to look back with your kids and grand kids."
Most Popular Package
Everything in the standard package is included PLUS
THE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO
A beautiful 3-5 minute music video ending to your video is the icing on the cake. This video highlights the best moments of the day.
This package is ideal for those having a 5-6 hour ceremony and reception. You can start the video at Pre-Ceremony and have coverage til the end of the night, or shift your hours to include the First Look or Bride's Prep, depending on your hours and what is most important to you!
The master file and music video are also transferred to the USB so you can share on Facebook and you tube. Many clients and their family and friends watch their music video almost every day, highly recommend!
Au Naturale Videography...
Your videographer arrives an hour before the ceremony to set up, and prepare for your arrival and greet you before everything begins. The Video begins with custom titles, your names and date set to music.
The ceremony begins and is cleanly edited with the live audio as everything happened during your ceremony. We use dissolves or insert shots between readings and each segment of the ceremony.
The cocktail hour begins after ceremony with shots of the couple greeting guests, taking photos, friends getting their place cards and signing the guest book, shots of the cocktail room, reception room shots, tables, flowers, decorations, place settings, the cake, guests schmoozing, getting drinks at the bar, the food, waiters serving appetizers, and more all edited to music and segways into the reception.
The reception begins with the real audio as everything unfolds. The entrance, first dance, toasts, parent dances, cake cut, garter/bouquet optional, and the dancing is editing with dissolves and fun transitions.
Bring your Video to the next level when you add any of these opening and closing features.
- Baby Photo Montage
-Bride and Groom Preparations
-Music Video Highlight
-Honeymoon Photo Montage
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The Whole Day...
Coverage of the Girls Getting Ready. We film the highlights of getting ready for the big day, and cover any formal photos your photographer takes prior to leaving for the ceremony. Edited to music.
Coverage of the Guys Getting Ready ? We optionally film the guys getting ready for the big day, and cover any formal photos your photographer takes prior to leaving for the ceremony.
The First Look is when you decide to take a few moments to see one another privately before ceremony. You will still get that grand entrance moment during your ceremony, but the First Look is a wonderful way to eliminate some of the nervous anxiety felt in those pre-ceremony minutes. An intimate moment for the two of you.
Another benefit is you can take the opportunity to get all your formal portraits out of the way, so you have more time to enjoy your cocktail hour.
SECOND CAMERA PERSON
Get the best angles, the main camera will always be focused at the primary action going on.
A second cameraman will capture lots of additional shots of family, bridal party and guests looking on, as well as great secondary angles of the action which is edited into the finished movie.
For example during the bride's entrance down the aisle, we have one camera at the back to get her entering, cut to the groom's reaction, and then back to the bride as she walks down the aisle.
It gives you some variety in contrast to the traditional one camera shoot at the end of the aisle.