Five reasons why a wedding video could work for you

11 Apr 2016

Serving to capture the most poignant and memorable moments from your big day, a wedding video offers the perfect addition to your photography. Videography business CS Weddings draw on their experience to explain why a wedding video should be high on your list of priorities

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Whether you have doubts about wedding videography or your budget is too stretched, there is no mistaking that a video of your big day will only offer further memories for you to recount for years to come. Shared with your nearest and dearest, a video can truly revisit the magic and happiness of your nuptials. Here’s why a wedding video can and should be part of your special day.

1. The perfect complement

Complementing the stills captured by your photographer, a wedding video can tell a thousand stories – reflecting all the emotions and special moments that can become forgotten. While stills offer both staged and natural shots, a wedding video features pure, raw emotion that portrays the joyous and heartfelt nature of a wedding day.

2. A forever keepsake

A wedding video lasts a lifetime and while souvenirs and memorabilia from your wedding day can be locked away, a video tends to hang around, sitting pride of place in the living room for whenever a relative or friend should call in. Weddings should always be revisited as time goes by and the more hard copy memories you have to recall the day the better. What’s more, a video can become an heirloom passed down through the generations – and hopefully kept in line with changes to technology.

3. Unobtrusive service

CS Weddings operates a completely discreet service that ensures the videographer goes (almost) unnoticed on each and every wedding day. This ultimately creates the best video footage, capturing the happy couple and their guests when they are most relaxed and at ease.

4. Personal touch

Sentimentality is intrinsic to a successful wedding video and as a couple you want to make sure every detail is cemented. By building a relationship with your videographer pre wedding day, you can both get the most out of one another. Good relations are of the utmost importance to CS Weddings, who created the below complimentary video of a flower girl at the father’s request.

5. The best decision

Couples who have opted for a wedding video will usually say that it is one of the best decisions they ever made. Your wedding day is the biggest day of your life and to have regrets about what you didn’t do can dampen the amazing memories. Make sure you have fully reviewed videography as an option before deciding if it will make the cut.

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