Now that you have that ring on your finger, it's time to start planning that special and magical day!
It can become quite overwhelming once you've realized that planning a wedding entails a gazillion things to do. One of them is finding a wedding videographer that will capture those wonderful memories on film.
A few tips to keep in mind while in search for the right one...
STYLE - Take the time to view a videographer's previous works. Ask yourself if their style suits your taste. If not, then try to research on other videographers. You have to create a harmonious relationship with your vendors, and dictating them how to do their job is not the way to go. If you truly love their work, trust them that they will deliver.
TIME - We are all human and admittedly, we all tend to procrastinate and push things aside. However, if you find a videographer that you truly like, BOOK THEM IMMEDIATELY! It can be surprising to know that there are a lot of other couples out there that have the same wedding date in mind as you do. Better safe than sorry.
BUDGET - Wouldn't it be wonderful if the word "budget" is non-existent? The reality is, mostly everyone has one. Costs add up and at the end of the day, it can be quite expensive to pull off your dream wedding. Take into account the services that are included in a videographer's package/s and their quality of work and compare it to other vendors. As Aldo Gucci once said, " The bitterness of a poor quality is remembered long after the sweetness of a low price has faded."
Best wishes to all you lovebirds out there and best of luck in finding the perfect fit!!!
Time flies when you are having fun... for the most part. It has been a little over a year since this baby of ours was born. By leap of faith, we blindly entered the wedding industry through videography. What started as a mundane hobby, turned into a full on passion and love for capturing events on film.
It has not been a cakewalk. Everything is still a work in progress. The artistic aspect of the craft is second nature to us. The business side was completely foreign, initially. Both of us came from healthcare professional backgrounds that are more involved in the labor force rather than the business part of it. Time and experience have been our teachers this past year, and we have learned... A LOT! But as they say, learning never stops.
More than a year of sleepless nights. We both have shed blood (figuratively), sweat and tears. Is it worth it?
To see our clients smile or shed a tear after viewing our work on them, being told that they still watch their videos even months after their wedding...
Yes, it is worth it.
P & A