Insuk and Kevin got married on June 25, 2005. I had just graduated from the 8th grade a few days prior, and they trusted me enough to film the most important day of their life.
Let’s be honest—think about the last wedding you attended. Do you remember what color linens they had on the tables? Do you remember what flavor cake they had? Or how about what kind of flowers the bouquet was made of?
Exactly. You don’t remember it, because at the end of the day it didn’t matter!
We are so excited to announce that we will have a table at Danversport’s 2017 Wedding show on Wednesday, March 15th from 6-9pm! Our table will be in the ballroom.
Wedding Videographers all have their own unique sense of style. So you need to do you your research!
I’m so excited to announce that I will have a table at Cruiseport Gloucester’s 2017 Bridal Expo on Sunday January 29th!
A lot goes into planning a wedding, and there are so many decisions to be made! One of the biggest decisions you will make is: do you have a videographer?
There are tons of wedding videographers out there, and it can be super stressful to an already overwhelmed bride. How many cameras? 2 videographers or 1? What time do they arrive, and how many hours do they stay?
So you are thinking about hiring a wedding videographer, but you aren’t sure exactly what you are looking in a final product. You’ve seen old wedding videos of your parents or family members, but did you know there is other option?
It was a gorgeous, traditional fall wedding in September when Megan and Andrew wed in the Hawthorne Hotel ballroom in historic Salem, Massachusetts.
Julie and Eric got married on a warm September day in Rye Beach, NH. The ceremony was at Julie’s childhood church, with the beach themed reception following at the gorgeous Abenaqui Country club.