Monday, November 18, 2013

This Modern Love: Reliving the Memories through WeddingMix

Since we didn't have room in the budget to drop thousands of $$ on the videographer we wanted, we decided to work with WeddingMix instead.  With them, we were able to rent several flip cams which we entrusted to certain guests to capture certain footage throughout the wedding day.  While looking through the hundreds of photos from our photogs, I actually managed to find these pictures below that show our friends recording footage with cameras!

All photos by Sarelle Photos.

My bridesmaids took turns capturing footage of the girls getting ready.

 Mr. M's brother got him opening up my wedding morning gift and card.

 We had a friend and Mr. M's uncle capture the ceremony;

Another friend captured all the dances.

And another friend got footage of the speeches.

Now granted, if you are looking for the movie trailer cinematic quality of a professional videographer, then this option isn't for you.  But if you would love to capture the most beautiful day of your life on camera, with footage taken by your closest friends and family at a fraction of the cost to hire a videographer, then this is hands down the best option out there.

Not only do we have our short wedding trailer living on YouTube, but we also have a full-length video of the wedding day, with scenes chosen by me after combing through hours of footage (you can also pay a bit extra to have them choose the footage for you). WeddingMix's editing team then did their magic and turned the video into a keepsake DVD for us to have forever.  Photos are amazing and wedding-must have, but there is nothing like being able to watch your husband get emotional as he reads his vows or your dad's awesome moves on the dance floor!

Would you consider DIY videography or will you hire a videographer?

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