Updated: Mar 13
Sarah & Thomas's Wedding at Brown's Bay Resort captured on Film
On August 30th, 2020, these two were married in front of 11 guests at the most intimate setting at Brown's Bay Resort.
They hired me as their Wedding Videographer a short few months before their wedding day. They knew they wanted a Wedding Video to share with those who could not be there. The entire filming of the day lasted just over 3 hours, and they were left with a 15 minute highlight wedding video, and countless behind the scenes clips.
The Wedding Photographer was Sarah Thomas, which of course was fate. Sarah & Thomas, photographed by the one and only Sarah Thomas? How bizarre.
Vancouver Island Wedding Videography: Full Wedding Video Watch Now
With most Wedding Videography, the video follows along with the day. This day started with getting ready, then a Wedding Day First Look, followed by the ceremony, and some more intimate moments.
If you're curious about Why You Should Have a First Look on your Wedding Day, check this out.
As both a Wedding Photographer and Wedding Videographer, I always think video is necessary. Here are a few reasons why I believe this:
You can relive the Wedding Day over and over again
The Wedding Video becomes a family keepsake
It captures moments that you may have missed or forgotten about
You can share the Wedding Video with those who couldn't make it.
If this is something you are leaning towards, check out Why You Should Hire a Wedding Videographer.
If you are interested in wedding photography, wedding videography, or both, here are some things you can do!
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