We offer many different styles of shooting and editing. These selected video clips are our most popular types for wedding videography. Please watch our wedding video samples below and enjoy.

Wedding Recap

The Recap is the most popular segment in all of our wedding packages. The bride and groom select one song and the highlights of their wedding day are edited to that specific song choice. The Recap is a great way to relive their special day in under five minutes.

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Bridal Preparations

All of our packages begin at the ceremony site but we always suggest starting the day with coverage of the bride’s preparations. Some of the best moments of the day take place during the “getting ready” because family and friends are usually very excited for the day to start and many laughs are share before the big ceremony.

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Wedding Vows

Sound is 50% of any video production. As a result, we take great care in capturing professional quality sound to enhance our strong visuals. For the ceremony, the groom is fitted with a small unnoticeable microphone that captures great audio of the vows.

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Photo Shoot

After the ceremony, the newly married couple typically does a photo shoot of themselves and with immediate family. For the Basic Documentary package, this segment of the footage consists of basic cuts added to music. For the Highlight Documentary, the edit includes effects, such as black and white, and the footage is edited to the music. The samples below is part of the Basic Documentary.

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Reception Dancing

At the beginning of the wedding planning process, most couples imagine a video that captures all the scehduled events like the exchange of rings or the first dance. But due to the spontaneity of the guests, there is inevitably the moment when something that is not planned becomes the “moment of the night”. Typically, that moment occurs during the reception dancing when everyone in attendance is having the time of their lives.

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