Need some convincing that you should hire a videographer for your wedding or elopement? I'll let these articles speak for themselves!


Is Wedding Video A Must or a Maybe?

"You may be thinking wedding photos and a video are overkill, but trust us, you will want both. Don't just take our word for it -- listen to feedback from these Knotties..."

https://www.theknot.com/content/wedding-video-must-or-maybe


9 Things Brides Wish They Had Done Differently

"I’d hire a videographer"

"Having endured too many viewings of hours-long wedding videos, Christine Fennessy didn’t once consider hiring a videographer to capture her lakeside nuptials. But a year later, she confesses, she’d love to be able to hit play and revisit the day she was married on the shores of Owasco Lake in Auburn, NY. “I never thought I would say that, but I know I would cry every time I watched it.”

Christine’s not alone in this regard — it was the most repeated “regret” among brides we interviewed. Michelle Engvall, owner of Married + More, A Wedding Planning Boutique in Seattle, says having a videographer “is money well spent, and it doesn’t have to break the bank.” She suggests looking for a professional who offers a “highlights” video package. “These are typically 5 to 10 minutes long, and tell the story of the day from start to finish in a condensed version.”"

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/19/wedding-planning-regret_n_4564186.html


98 Percent of Brides Regret This Choice After Their Weddings

"Like most brides, I looked forward to my wedding for 4 reasons:

  1. I was marrying a man better than I ever could have dreamed for myself
  2. The Big Day was a creative outlet for my DIY dreams
  3. Friends and Family were coming together from all across the country
  4. Biggest. Party. Ever.

After the wedding, here is what I had to show for it:

  • Gorgeous photos
  • A preserved wedding gown
  • Stories from friends and family about it being the best party, not just wedding, they had ever attended

Cue the regret. Like most brides, I budgeted for photos, but not wedding video. Like 98 percent of brides who make that decision, I regretted not getting a wedding video."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ariane-fisher/98-regret-this-mistake-af_b_3738817.html


Why 98 Percent of Brides Say You Should Definitely Get a Videographer (I Didn't, and Now I Regret It)

"When we were in the midst of wedding planning, we agreed pretty wholeheartedly on just about everything...like waffles being a "go," of course, and videography a "no." I don't know, filming everything seemed kind of unnecessary at the time, I think.
But then, last night, I was watching some video from my cousin's wedding in—oh my gosh, 1995, I think?—and the funniest thing happened: I suddenly had videography regret! There, on my cousin's video, were loved relatives who have since passed away—it was amazing to see them again, looking so happy and celebratory. And my little cousins when they were still just tiny, dancing and singing."

http://www.glamour.com/story/brides-recommend-videography


5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Wedding Videographer

"One of the most underrated and underused vendor is the videographer. You'll hear brides raving about their florist, their planner and of course they want an amazing photographer, but a videographer is always seen as an added expense. Trust me, you may see it as an unnecessary expense, but here are a few reasons why that expense is worth every penny..."

 

http://www.brides.com/story/why-you-should-hire-a-wedding-videographer

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