Wedding Highlight Video
4 out of 5 couples have stated their one main regret on their wedding day is not having a professional capture video. While you are standing behind your 6 bridesmaids, waiting until your coordinator gives you the cue, you have missed the whole procession. The flower girls have run to their mom to hide under a dress, the best man made all the guest laugh with his terrible off beat dancing, and his best to hold it together. All of this happened in 5 minutes. Did you see it or will you remember it?
Erika and Brian
Erika loves fine art and history, and Brian loves Erika. So they both married in the historic Lightner Museum in St. Augustine. Once the largest indoor pool, it now has been converted to an art museum.
Amber and Ryan
This couple chose a intimate AirBnB on Anna Marie Island for their ceremony and reception. All they needed was Family, Friends, and a Tiki Bar.
Sundown photos included an impromptu "Trash the Dress".
Savannah and Collin
Deep in the mountains of Georgia,
Types of video coverage for your wedding.
A 5-7 minute synopsis of your day. Your speeches, vows, and secondary audio will be woven throughout this edit. This will be shot along side photography, and keeps the overall footprint of the vendors small and efficient.
This is a more complete version of your day. This type of video covers extensive portions of the day and is generally 25-35 minutes in length.
This is just as it sounds. Some couples need to have a complete copy of all the footage that is taken during the day. This is done on top of a highlight or documentary edit.
A complete video of all the speeches given during the reception. These will be edited between the two cameras. along with audio correction and equalizing.
A ceremony edit will be completed with all the microphones and cameras that will be on during your ceremony. The vast majority of ceremonies are less than 30 min in length. Certain religious ceremonies can last up to 2 hours.