I Wish I would Have…

“I regret not getting a videographer. I thought pictures would be enough and most people don’t watch their videos anyway, but your wedding goes by so fast and you miss a lot of things. Plus, I feel like I was in a blissful daze for a lot of it and would love to have the important things captured in video. Pictures just don’t capture everything.”                  -Regretful Bride

Toast CompositeWhen planning a wedding there are so many things to consider. Your wedding budget never seems to go as far as you hope, so what do you cut? Video is often the first service to go when it comes down to cutting your budget, but is the the right decision? If there is one answer we here from newlyweds about what they would have done differently, it is that they wish they would have added video to their wedding. A photo of your fathers toast is great but what would you give to hear it again?

Our staff captures these moments as well as the ones you may have missed altogether. We work in cinematic fashion so when you watch your wedding video you are not watching all 8 hours of your wedding from the same part of the room. Catching short clips allows us to move around and show you everything that went on.

Our focus is to retell the story of your day in a way that makes you want to watch it over and over again.

You’re Engaged! Now What?

Weddings big or small require many hours of planning,
do you know where to start?
Here are the top 5 things you should do after you say yes.

1. Make your announcement -Talk to your parents and close family in person if possible BEFORE you post it to your social media accounts.

2. Talk to your fiancé about the type of wedding you want to have. Big, small, destination etc.

3. Talk about your budget and decide what you have to spend. This will help you determine what venues and vendors you can afford.

4. Make a rough guest list so you know what venue size you need to fit everyone.

5. Book your vendors. Many vendors book several months in advance, don’t delay!