If there was one question we always hear from couples who are considering videography, it would definitely be, “When are we ever going to watch this?” And we can absolutely understand where they are coming from. Historically, videography has received a bad reputation, from the Uncle Bobs in the 80s with the huge shoulder camcorders and blinding video lights to the America’s Funniest Home Video potato-quality footage.
That’s not us.
Our mission is to tell the story of your lives, your wedding day, and your love for each other. If you think about a traditional theatrical film, there are usually characters, a plot, and a captivating story to engage the audience. We incorporate these same elements in our films as well as stunning visuals and crisp, high quality audio. We aim to provide a high-end product that not only looks gorgeous and sounds amazing, but carries the ability to be watched and re-watched over and over again.
We invite you to experience some wedding film trailers we have produced below and see for yourself what is possible from a wedding film. We hope you enjoy what you see and we look forward to telling the story of your lives!
Wedding videography packages start at $2,499 for 6 hours of coverage.
Daniela & Gabriel
Erin & Ryan - The Hill at Hudson Valley
Amanda & Dan - La Bella Vista, Waterbury CT - 5.13.17
Natasha & BJ - Cranbury Park - Norwalk CT - June 11, 2016
Jessica & Jesse - Bill Miller's Castle - Branford CT - June 26, 2016
Brooke & Dan - Aria, Prospect CT - July 22, 2016
Megan & Chris - The Inn at Longshore, Westport, CT - May 29, 2016
Ashley and Ben - Aria, Prospect CT - 5/21/2015
We have known Ben for quite some time, and during this time he was the awesome guy who kept our drinks topped off at TGI Fridays. When he asked us to be a part of his wedding day, we couldn't help but jump at the opportunity to hang out with our favorite bartender. And spoiler alert - he's still awesome, and he married an awesome wife to compliment his awesomeness.
We usually write quick blurbs on the wedding day, but this time we will let the video speak for itself. Okay maybe just one word. Perfection.