Growing up, one of the best days of the year was 4th of July. Every 4th my (Nick’s) mom would give me at least $50 to buy whatever I wanted. My brother would often spend his own money he had saved up and spend well over $100 on fireworks! We always had a BLAST on the fourth of July. But then something happened. On July 5th we didn’t have anything left. All we had were burnt up Roman candles and sparklers that would never sparkle again.
We literally burned the money my mom gave us. There was nothing left. Only trash and ringing eardrums.
SO much time, money and energy goes into planning a wedding. Don’t you want something to show for it?
The flowers that were ordered will wither. The cake will be eaten. Your beautiful white dress will get hung in a closet or put in a box never to be seen again. The tuxes you rented will be returned. The centerpieces you spent hours stressing about will get thrown away.
The two most important choices that you can make on your wedding day are your Videographer and Photographer. Why? These are the only vendors that will deliver you lasting documentation of what happened on your wedding day.
You spend weeks, months and sometimes years planning this day… and in the end that’s all it is. A day. 24 hours. It’s a blur. Speaking from experience, we remember snippets from our wedding day. Waking up 2 hours before my alarm went off, seeing each other down the aisle, a ‘cheesy’ joke made during our ceremony, hating the pineapple punch from our wedding toast…
Do you need a wedding videographer? Yes. A Wedding video will last.
A wedding video is the best way to relive your day! You’ll be able to share it with your family, friends and maybe one day your children and grandchildren.