Grooms Look Good, Too-Why You Should Consider a Second Photographer/Videographer

Traditionally, wedding photos and videos are all about the bride. "Prep" photos almost always focus on the bride and her bridesmaids – her dress, her shoes, her hair, her makeup, her jewelry, etc. And of course, during the ceremony, everyone stands up, turns around, and pulls out their phones and cameras when they hear the bridal march start to play – all eyes are on her.

But what about the groom? It takes two people to get married, and you and your spouse-to-be deserve an equal number of photos and videos of both of you. If your budget allows for a second photographer and videographer, you'll have lasting mementos from each of your perspectives on your wedding day, from both parties' preparations to your first look. The groom and his guys won't simply be an afterthought; they'll be just as important as the bride and her girls. This is a key consideration for same-sex couples as well: With two photographers and videographers, neither newlywed will get more attention than the other, and both of your pre-wedding memories will be equally captured.

Hurricane Productions offers full-day coverage of your wedding by two photographers and two videographers in our most robust all-inclusive package. On top of a full suite entertainment services, you'll receive up to 12 hours of photography and videography, access to our extensive online planning tools, a video/phone consultation with your photographers and videographers, and full rights to your photos and videos – all of which are securely stored on our cloud server for easy access.

On the fence about videography? The above package includes a highlight trailer, plus a 60 to 90-minute, high-definition, formal "cinematic" edit of your wedding, complete with sequences set to music and professionally-recorded audio from your ceremony and reception. With two videographers capturing both you and your fiancé, your wedding film will truly reflect the two of you as individuals and as a couple beginning the journey of marriage together.

Learn more this package, or view pricing information for our other all-inclusive wedding packages here.

Lantern Send off at The Bridgewater Manor

Juliana celebrated her Sweet 16 like royalty at the Bridgewater Manor in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

Most little girls dream of being a princess – and sometimes, they grow up to become one, even if just for a night at their Sweet 16.

To bring her Disney princess theme to life, Hurricane Productions and other vendors provided personalized elements.

  • Cinderella Coach Centerpieces
  • Gorgeous Castle-topped Cake
  • Candle holder Juliana's name written in Disney lettering
  • Tinkerbell-inspired Ballgown and Shoes
  • Custom Graphics and Lighting Design by Hurricane Productions

Hurricane Productions helped bring Juliana's celebration to life with entertainment, lightingphotography, and videography. Director of Operations, Nick Nittoli set the ballroom aglow with cyan uplighting, twin totem lighting, and animated screen graphics to match the princess theme on large LED TVs.

MC Robert Padovano kept Juliana's friends and family on the dance floor, while Hurricane's media team captured portraits, candid shots and filmed moments throughout the night.

What made Juliana's Sweet 16 particularly magical was the lantern send-off at the end of the night.

The birthday girl and her guests went outside to light paper lanterns and released them into the night sky.

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