Looking back on your wedding day should be a way of completely reliving the beautiful memories of the preparations of the day, the smiles, the location, the joy of the guests and the ambience of love and happiness.
Whilst photographs can give stunning snapshots of all the elements of the event, they are simply that – frozen moments in time. They can never fully bestow the sensation of the moment the bride arrives at the top of the aisle to be seen in her dress for the first time by her partner and the reaction of cherished family and friends to be or the moment they say ‘I do’, they can’t replace the sound of laughter and feeling of warmth as the best man stands to make his speech about the joining together of two of his best friends.
If you want to hold on to more memories of such an auspicious day than photography ever can – whether you have 3 or 300 guests and whether it’s a quiet coming together at a registry office or a spectacular joining of two families at a stately home - a film of every aspect of the celebrations can be captured forever to relive time and again and to show to future generations. Contact us to see how our wedding videography service can keep and preserve your memories for yeasr to come.
Whilst friends may make the kind gesture of using their phones to make short videos, you need to have the guarantee of it being created by professionals who are there to focus on the making of a high quality film. If you’ve already made the decision to have a wedding video, Essex company Simply Wedding Movies can offer you a beautifully crafted video made unobtrusively by a talented and professional production team.
If you live in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Kent, Surrey or even further afield and want to find out more about talking to a wedding videographer, Essex based Simply Wedding Movies can help. They will be happy to share testimonials of a business built largely on recommendations and will share the wedding videos of other happy couples to help you make the same decision as they did to encapsulate your happiness on film.