As a smart 20 something, I am always looking for way to better my life, to better my future. I went to college to invest in my educational future and I purchased a house below it’s market value to invest in the real-estate market.
Hiring a quality wedding videographer/cinematographer to film your wedding is a smart investment for those who value their memories and heritage. I may be a bit biased but you need to hire a quality wedding videographer- even if you don’t hire us.
Recently I have been contacted by a past client who married 3 months ago, she told me that her aunt passed away unexpectedly, and the last photos and videos they have of her was at the wedding. She asked if I could provide her with all video of her aunt in effort to help ease their family’s pain and relive the good memories.
When planning your wedding, it’s not so pleasant to think that some of the people who will be attending your wedding, will not be on this earth in 2 years, or 6 years or 20 years down the road. Whether we want to think about that or not, it’s the truth. Aside from your wedding bands and the fluctuating market of gold, platinum and other presious minerals, there are two things you can do when planning a wedding that will grow in value. Your wedding photos and wedding video.
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How much would you pay to see your Grandparent’s wedding video? To see your grandfather dance and laugh with your grandmother, to see their parents give a toast. How much would you spend? Five-hundred Dollars? $Two-thousand Dollars? Can you even put a price on such family historical value? The bottom line is that the value of your wedding video and photos will only increase in value after your wedding. Hiring good studios to capture those memories may be the best decision you make for your wedding.
But don’t take my word for it. Ask your married friends, ask your neighbors, your family. Ask them if they regret not having a wedding video.