Aileena and Brian held their wedding at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset. Hurricane Productions provided 8 hours of video coverage.
In recent years, videography has gone from a "nice-to-have" to an essential wedding day service. During the pandemic, we've seen more and more couples opt for videography and livestreaming services as a way to share their special day with guests who can't travel or attend in-person.
Here are a few reasons why videography is now a must-have wedding service for 2021 and 2022 celebrations.
1. You can't capture audio and movement in pictures.
While wedding photos are great to look back on, they don’t capture the charm of the ceremony or reception quite like videos do. Having audio and movement makes viewers feel as though they are actually there, whether they’re watching the wedding live or simply reliving the day.
2. Video documents the emotions of your day.
Weddings are emotional — in the best way. From tear-filled vows to the giddy first kiss as a married couple, these small details are what newlyweds want to remember most.
Videography does a great job of capturing candid moments throughout the day, so you can re-experience the genuine happiness and love you felt on your wedding day.
3. You'll see the moments you missed.
Any married couple will tell you it’s hard to find time on your wedding day to really take it all in. Having a video to look back on give you a better glimpse into how your wedding played out. Maybe you missed your father crying as you said “I do,” or perhaps you failed to notice your normally-shy cousin breakdancing in the far corner of the dance floor.
With video, you can look back on all these moments for a lifetime, which can be especially precious if loved ones pass away after your wedding.
4. You can combine video and livestreaming to help your guests feel like they're part of your big day, both during and after the wedding.
COVID-19 has changed the way we do a lot of things, from work to play. Weddings especially were impacted this year, as many 2020 couples had to make the difficult decision to postpone their big day, host a smaller gathering or even elope. This shift in the industry has made livestreaming another must-have wedding service to accommodate guests who can’t be there on the big day.
Livestreaming (especially coupled with video) can help your loved ones feel like they’re right there with you from the comfort and safety of their own home — both during and after the wedding.
5. You can relive your wedding memories over and over.
Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life — who wouldn’t want to relive it a thousand times? With a wedding video, you and your spouse (and your loved ones) can revisit the day whenever you want, whether it be on your anniversary or a random Tuesday night.
Book this must-have wedding service for 2022.
If you’re planning a 2022 wedding, check out Hurricane Productions’s videography and livestreaming services. Right now, you can save 10% if you book them together! Fill out the form below to confirm our availability.