Saturday, 29 August 2009

Wedding Videos

This is peek at the people behind a wedding videography company, although they are based in England, they cover nationally, and indeed are vidoeing my own wedding.

Moments Videography ....

As a reasonably newly married couple we understand the costs involved in making your special day perfect & also the importance of having your wedding day filmed so it does not become just a fading memory. Keeping this in mind we started Moments Videography, offering an extremely high standard of service capturing your most important day but at a price you can afford!

We find that wedding videography is still not as popular as photography and a lot of couples still question why they would need both. We would answer this question by saying that although photographs are beautiful and an extremely important part of the day they can only show emotions captured at the precise moment the photograph is taken whereas video shows the full story throughout the whole day. There are also extremely important parts of the day, the ceremony & speeches to name two that can only be captured by video, as photographs cannot replay the words spoken at these times. Watching your wedding DVD after the big day allows you to relive the excitement, the emotion and the happiness all over again!

We have been filming weddings, Christening & parties now for 3 years but have been videographers for 7 years, starting off as underwater wreck videographers! We work fantastically as a team and both offer something different to the business as well as an understanding of what both the bride & groom are feeling during the build up to the wedding and the big day itself as we have been there!!
We offer a variety of set packages to cover a variety of budgets however we also work very closely with the couple leading up to the big day and will tailor packages exactly around what they want therefore appealing to many different types of couples!

Why you should think about having a wedding video!

Written by Amy at Moments Videography for Guide to Being a Scottish Bride

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