Must capture moments for Wedding videography Melbourne
On the wedding day, the videographer will never get a second chance at a shot, therefore, it is imperative that videographers have their list of must have shots for a wedding ceremony. Never are the vows taken again never is the first kiss repeated and never will the bride and groom say ‘I do’ twice. So capturing the shot and getting it right is a matter of life or death for all wedding videography companies in Melbourne.
As a wedding videographer with much experience, I have my set of must capture moments from every church wedding see if it matches yours?
This is the last morning that the bride and groom spend as bachelor and spinster and so it is worth documenting both sides of the story on video. It is all about last minute preparations getting the outfit on right, hair, makeup, laughter and even a tearful moment all go to turning this into a memory of a lifetime. As a wedding videographer, it is my job to capture this moment, which in my view is one of the most memorable times of a wedding.
What the bride and groom missed
The bride for instance never saw her ‘oh so propah’ Aunt, let her hair down and do a happy little jig as lunch was being served at the bride’s place. She never saw how everyone rose and joined in to dance. She was at the salon for a hair and makeup session. Thanks to wedding videographers like me she did get to see that very special moment later and it was one of the highlights of the wedding for her. With so much happening as family and close friends gather it’s impossible to be everywhere at once during your own wedding. I love being there to capture the moments that the bride and groom, miss so that they can catch up with all the action later.
It is these two words and a kiss that seal the deal. The vows are by far the most emotionally charged moments of a wedding and it is very important to capture this right on video. It is an add-on that as a wedding videographer in Melbourne I don’t only capture the moment on video but many a time the audio tells a different story. For instance, it captures the slight quiver in the voice of the bride as she softly says ‘I do’. Priceless moments for the wedding videographer.
Entourage best describes the Best men, flower girls, and bride’s maid at a Melbourne wedding. Capturing all of them in their wedding day best as they prepare to escort the bride and groom adds a certain fairy-tale quality to the wedding video. Imagine if ‘Here Comes the Bride’ as playing out and the bride walked up the aisle all alone no trail no bridesmaid no flower girls. It would be quite flat. All of them make a marriage magical and are must capture characters for good wedding videography Melbourne.
Walking hand n hand
Man and wife they walk dons the aisle. If the video could measure the smile on radiant brides face she walks down the aisle on the arm of her groom it would be a mile long. One of the happiest moments of a wedding ceremony this is a fitting close to a church wedding. As she beams and waves at friend and family alike time stands still for all in Melbourne except the wedding videographer, that’s me, for whom the moment is a must capture, so that I can run ‘happily ever after’ graphics at the end of this fairy tale video. With a million weddings behind me, I truly believe every one of them has a fairy-tale quality to them and happily ever after is what we make of it thereafter.