A. We start one hour before the ceremony and at the reception we cover the Toasts, Cutting of the Cake, Bridal Dance, Father Daughter dance and the Mother Son Dance as well as plenty of fast dancing. We also cover the photo shoot between the ceremony and reception.
A. You can add additional coverage at the beginning of the day. It is $195 an hour and if the
Bride and Groom are close to each other we can make it to both places with an extra hour or two.
A. There is a $400 retainer to reserve the date with the remaining balance due two weeks before the date of the wedding.
A. It is completely up to you. We are going to take out all of the long pauses in the ceremony but you decide if you want the entire ceremony.
A. If your budget allows, adding additional cameras will enhance your wedding video by showing varying perspectives and ensuring that nothing is missed. Using radio communications, two or more cameras allows us to be much more creative. It is your wedding and there are no retakes, you have one chance to capture the moment.
A. Look at the video samples and make sure it’s not a demo with multiple weddings mixed together. The worst videographer in the area can produce a demo that looks good this way. If they have multiple videographers you have no way to know which person videotaped the sample you’re looking at and who will show up at your wedding.