Top Tips to Producing Stunning Wedding Videos

Leanne & Alan at Glenbervie House Hotel

Top Tips to Producing Stunning Wedding Videos

We know how important it is to perfectly capture the biggest day of your life. Thats why we put so much effort into ensuring our couples receive the most beautiful memento of their special day. Here are our top tips for producing stunning wedding videos:

1. Plan ahead. Always have a schedule and know what’s coming next!

2. Use motion to create some very special shots.

3. Don’t EVER neglect audio.

4. Use some simple but effective motion graphics.

5. Colour correct and motion correct the footage.

6. Ensure custom disk and DVD artwork and packaging.

7. Don’t forget a stunning film is as much about the experience – so never neglect your couple.

A good wedding film captures the moments that the couple might miss on the big day (including each other arriving at the ceremony venue!). Producing a stunning wedding video is a must for capturing the couple and their guests at their best and documenting all the hard work that you have put into making your big day AMAZING! Our wedding videographer prides himself on producing stunning wedding videos that our couples are 100% satisfied with.


“We loved the video. We are so glad that you were available and were able to record our day so that we can treasure it for the rest of our lives. We are delighted and so thankful we booked you. Brilliant, absolutely brilliant!!!”

Gillian & David

  • Ken Thompson
    Posted at 13:13h, 04 March

    Nice post. Im new at video and I’m not sure what motion correcting is.

    • butterflyweddingfilms
      Posted at 22:47h, 14 March

      Hi Ken, we have in the past used a basic motion tracking tool in after effects for slightly wobbly shots that need some kind of correction. I’m confident you could find a tutorial on you tube to learn it. I shall be seeking a Final Cut Pro alternative this coming week so I can do it at home. The true is the best thing to do is get it right on the day. I’ve just spent some money buying a monopod with a small HDV fluid head and that should go some way to hours labouring over the shot it post! Hope that helps. Happy rendering!