Originally Posted by Jessica Correa
I am debating whether to do the videographer. It is expensive but maybe I should reconsider and get one.... thank you so much
Absolutely. I can honestly say I would have deeply regretted if we did not have the videographer. I knew I wanted one right away but my husband didn't see the need since we paid a lot for our photographer. Pictures do tell a story, but the video captures the emotion. It's great to show the people who couldn't make it, great to show your future children should you have any, and great to see things you might have missed. In my MOH's toast she mentioned something about the look my husband had while he was waiting for me to come into the church- of course that is something I did not see, but the videographer caught a quick glimpse of it in our video. Things like that make the video worth it! Try to budget for it by taking something else out of the package that you feel like you can live without. For us it was decor. We let the natural ambiance speak for itself and that was a little sacrifice on my behalf because I wanted to do so much. We left the church with not a single decoration- no bows on the pews, no flowers, no fancy floral arrangements- and we did that so we could afford the videographer. It was worth it.