Silver Combined Package – Up to 8 Hours of Coverage – 1 Photographer and 1 Videographer – High Resolution Negatives on DVD – Print Package – Online Lab Quality Purchase Options for Friends and Family – Simple Opening Animation – Highlight Video – Multicam Shoot & Edit for Ceremony – Blu-Ray or DVD
Platinum Combined Package
– 90 Minute Engagement Session
– Up to 8 Hours of Coverage
– 2 Photographers and 2 Videographers
– Multicamera Shoot
– High Resolution Negatives on DVD
– Photography Print Package
– Online Lab Quality Purchase Options for Friends and Family
– Simple Opening Animation
– Highlight Video
– Multicam Shoot & Edit for Ceremony
– Bride and Groom’s Love Story
– Blu-Ray or DVD
Only valid when purchasing both photography & videography services.
This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.
Offer Valid for 2015 Weddings Booked by December 31, 2014.
Having a unique seating arrangement for your wedding ceremony can help ensure everyone has a great view of the bride and groom. a Traditional seating plan can mean your guests spend most of your ceremony looking at the back of your head. Have you considered changing up the seating for your ceremony? Some couples have chosen is to seat guests around you in a circle to optimize the view.
The problem with the seating arrangement shown above is it is NOT ideal for your wedding photographer(s) and videographer(s). There is no room for your photographer and videographer to get the shots you are expecting them to get. And though this seating plan had an optimal view for your guests, now they may be staring at the back of your photographer or videographers head.
Splitting your circular seating as shown above is a much better option to be sure that your photographer(s) and videographer(s) have the ability to be in the right spot to get the shots they need. This seating plan allows the best of both worlds, better seating for your guests and the room needed for the professionals you have hired to do their job with minimal distractions to you and your guests.
Having a unique seating plan for your ceremony can be a great way to make your special day memorable, just be sure you consider any possible problems is may cause.
Here are a couple of unique Save the Date ideas for you Brides to Be planning your wedding for 2015. Save the Date invites should be sent 3-12 months in advance of your wedding.
Now is the time to get your engagement photos done so you can start sending our your Save the Date invitations.
There are many things you can DIY for your wedding to keep costs down, but there are some things that are better left to the Pro’s.
Wedding photographers can be expensive but there is no way to “redo” your wedding day once it is over.
Professional photographers have an eye for the correct lighting conditions, capturing the moments and being focused (in more ways than one). Hiring a professional allows you to focus on your day while they focus on you and the images and moments you want captured. They are not busy being social since they are a neutral party not a family member or friend that may miss those moment being caught up in conversations. Professionals work within a timeline so you are not waiting for your photos to be done “when they have time”.
Wedding Videographers are often overlooked as an added and optional expense. The biggest regret that we hear from brides is they wish they would have spent the money on video.
Photos capture a moment in time but a video can capture so much more. Wedding video is not what is was 10 years ago when you set up a camera at the back of the church and simply record the ceremony. As professionals, we use multiple cameras and multiple angles to capture the whole story. Our goal is to tell your love story in a manner you will cherish.
Do you want to make sure you have photos of all your guests at your wedding? Your Photographer will do their best but lets face it, not everyone is comfortable having a big professional camera pointed at them. Putting disposable cameras are the tables at your reception are a good idea but than you are adding one more thing to your “to do: list when you get back from your honeymoon.
Why not consider adding a Polaroid wall to your reception? This allows you to see right away who was there without the headache of figuring out who still even develops the film in your disposable cameras.