Your wedding vows take only a few moments. If ever a single moment of your life is worth preserving, this is the one. And it deserves to be preserved in its entirety - all the sights and all the sounds. Photography can't do it alone. You need the almost magical artistry of a professional wedding videographer to do this moment justice.
Wedding Video: A Must or a Maybe?
You may be thinking wedding photos and a video are overkill, but trust us, you will want both. Don't just take our word for it -- listen to feedback from these Knotties.
"The only regret I have about our wedding is not having a videographer. The day goes by so quickly -- you really miss so much of it. I look back now and wish I would have spent the money for it." -- Vikki2pay
"I was really worried that I might regret not having a videographer -- not only to capture my fiance and me, but mostly our family members. I know it's kind of morbid, but I know they won't be around forever and I wanted to capture their voices and mannerisms." -- rmfriedman
"While we are very pleased with our photographer, I'm now starting to have second thoughts about not having a videographer. I guess there's nothing like having a video to capture the details, people's faces/expressions, our vows -- things that I might miss during the day as a busy bride and that don't necessarily get captured in even the best quality photos." -- caramels03