When planning your big day, you might ask yourself how to choose a wedding videographer? We think the beauty of video is that it is able to truly capture the emotions of the day. From a small intimate venue to a large church or venue, we are able to capture the broadest spectrum of emotions; joy (we certainly hope), laughter (of course), tears (usually good, occasionally bad) and is drunkenness an emotion? There’s usually some of that.
Whatever you wish to capture, improvements in technology have meant smaller cameras (and the need for less artificial light) allows the right videographer to capture the day’s events without actually being a part of it. In addition to being a precious keepsake of your wedding day, your wedding video is a great way to capture moments you may otherwise miss.
Most videographers should film from the bridal preparations until the first three dances as standard. At Butterfly Wedding Films we like to sit down over a coffee and run over the stuff you’ve really considered and sought to have there on your wedding day weather its old auntie Pat or the Rolls-Royce.