So many different factors can determine what creates the perfect wedding video, but the most important component of all, is that the wedding video is right for the wedding couple. As a modern day artform, wedding videography is more subjective than ever. All wedding videographers have different approaches, and each newly-wed couple are unique in their own way, with their own stories. It’s not just what happens on the day, it’s the ingredients beginning, during and after that truly make a cinematic wedding video, what it is.
Collectively, it’s a wedding supplier’s responsibility to make sure the bride and groom are happy, relaxed and as stress-free as possible. Particularly, if the supplier is present on the wedding day. In this case, this is dictated by the videographer’s approach on the day, however it can also be helped during the build up to the special day too. Plenty of time and planning prior to the day can bring reassurance and confidence, not only for the wedding videographer, but for the bride and groom too. Should the couple require one; a quick zoom/phonecall helps to establish some familiarity, whilst liaising about certain locations, or certain timings that either party may feel are important for the wedding schedule. Approachability can be key for a wedding videographer too. It’s important they make themselves available for any questions the couple may have, should it be big or small. As the day draws closer, a couple that has familiarity and confidence in their wedding videographer (or photographer) will pay dividends during the day and therefore, further down the line.