Small and intimate wedding videography
Why booking a wedding videographer is more important than ever
For those small and intimate wedding celebrations.
Finally, some good news for all of those looking to get married this year. From Saturday 15th August , newlyweds will finally be able to celebrate their big day with friends and family with up to 30 guests allowed to attend. Social-distancing must be observed, and receptions should be in the form of a sit-down meal with as little close physical contact between different households as possible. But it’s definitely a step in the right direction!
If you are planning a wedding during these challenging times, hiring a wedding videographer might not be top of your list, but in some ways it’s more important than ever. We take a look at why.
Invest in your wedding day memories
Whether you’ve already got a wedding booked or are thinking about holding a small wedding, you’ll want those memories to live on forever, which is why hiring a wedding videographer is a great option. Big or small wedding days go past so fast that it can be hard to remember all the great bits of your day. And just think, after this pandemic is all over, you’ll be able to sit down with friends and family and watch your wedding together.
Given the current restrictions, I am happy to talk through the different options for creating a great cinematic wedding video even though your day has been scaled back. In fact, I am offering a special Intimate COVID-19 package which is ideal for small weddings.
And if you haven’t booked a venue yet, I know some great ones that would be ideal for a small wedding.
Share your small wedding with those who can’t attend
Have you thought about live streaming your ceremony?
For many of you it will be majorly disappointing that you can’t have all your friends and family come along to your big day, but you can still share it with them. A cinematic wedding video is a great way of capturing all those key moments and reliving the spirit of the day with those that were unable to attend.
As well as an online movie site that you can share and stream with friends and family.
And have you thought about live streaming the event? It’s a great way of involving everyone you want in your celebrations and the one thing the coronavirus pandemic has shown us is how to live online!
Hiring a wedding videographer doesn’t have to be risky
If you are worried about having a ‘stranger’ at your wedding and increasing the risk of spreading coronavirus, don’t be. As an experienced wedding videographer my clients appreciate how unobtrusive I am, so you probably won’t not even know I’m there. And my work, by its very nature means I will be able to keep a safe distance throughout.
In addition, I will ensure I minimise physical contact and will wash my hands regularly. If you would like me to wear a face mask, all you have to do is ask. Helping you enjoy your day to the fullest is my top priority.
Book your wedding videographer with confidence
This year has been a bit of a disaster for weddings, so I completely understand that you might feel worried about booking my wedding videography services given lockdown could be reinstated if the alert level goes back up.
With this in mind, I just wanted to reassure you that if you do make a booking and then want to postpone your wedding due to COVID-19, you won’t lose your deposit. All you have to do is tell me about your postponement and then confirm your new wedding date as soon as possible. And it doesn’t matter if you postpone because the lockdown restrictions have changed, you need to self-isolate or you simply feel it’s best to wait – you still won’t lose your deposit.
Find out more about my wedding videography services
If you are planning a small wedding this summer and are thinking about hiring a wedding videographer, please get in touch. I would be delighted to discuss your plans and various options available.