Noah & Yasmin saying Wedding Vows – Photo Courtesy: Your Special Day of UK
The moment when a man proposes to his accepting and joyous partner is a hugely significant and unforgettable moment and from that point onwards, all the anticipation is of the wedding day itself. The excitement is shared between many friends and family and all the arrangements and efforts feel truly worth it as the bride walks down the aisle surrounded by all the important people to her and the groom.
After the birth of their children, many happy couples will point to their wedding day as the best occasion of their life and some extra touches along the way can make it all the more memorable.
Having a professionally-produced video
Recording the wedding has been one of the traits linked to the occasion for many years, although in the past it was filmed on a basic camcorder and the end result was a slightly fuzzy video. With the hugely advanced state that technology is now at, it makes perfect sense to have a recording that does justice to the day. Unless you have someone on hand with a background or keen interest in media production, it can be a great idea to hire a professional company to film the day and to edit it to give you a truly polished keepsake of your wedding. You get the facility to relive the day whenever you want and you can feel safe in the knowledge that those in charge of it will give you an extremely impressive end result.
To get an idea of how beautiful your wedding memory may become, take a look at this beautiful video of Neil and Lisa’s wedding below:
Neil and Lisa’s wedding at St Andrew’s Church in High Ham, Somerset, England – Filmed by YSD
Hiring a live band is an ideal option for a lot of occasions and you can certainly add a wedding to that list too.
You may well decide that you want to stick to the formula of having a DJ there to play your requests but for more of an interaction and closeness with the music that is being played, a live band is perfect. It is even possible to try your luck at booking a well-known act to perform – if you do not try then you will never know.
In your truly perfect scenario, the ones who have passed that were special would also be there to enjoy the day with you all. On your wedding day, you can find so many opportunities to pay tribute to friends and relatives who are no longer with you. It is possible to have a portrait of someone in the church or you can incorporate dedications during toasts or before songs when everyone is together.
Article written by Tina Chambers on behalf of the film making and editing company responsible for some of the most subtly high-polished wedding videos Cheshire can offer.