You need a wedding videographer even if your wedding is small.
The story of the year seems to be one of loss, and that is undeniable. Many of my clients have had to face reschedules or a large reduction of guests. Either way we're persevering through it. But there have been some opportunities where my function as a videographer has become more valuable than ever. Take these three weddings:
Aimee and Evan Sneak Peek
Mary and Dillon Highlight Reel
Hannah and Jason Highlight Reel
I'll let you determine the value that having these videos brings to the wedding from watching them, but there's also this review on Google by Hannah:
"After the pandemic ruined our huge wedding, we decided to secretly elope with our parents and siblings in Savannah. Zach was booked by my mother in law as a gift and that was the BIGGEST blessing of the day! Zach is not only extremely talented at his craft, he also is EXTREMELY fun. He made our day so exciting and special. He created some of the most beautiful scenes and he worked flawlessly with our photographer. Honestly, I can’t say enough about how amazing he was on the wedding day!"
Then, when we got the final, edited videos... WOW! I was speechless! His editing is beautiful and captured our day so perfectly. I have had the videos for a week now and watched them easily 35 times! I’m so thankful for Zach and highly recommend him for your special day. Very rarely do you find someone with such talent and a great personality!"
If you find yourself on the fence about whether you need a videographer for your wedding because it's "too small." Maybe take into consideration that the video isn't about the size of your wedding. It's about your story. Your love. This moment is once in a lifetime.
Here's where you inquire: