Video Project Description
Newlywed sendoffs are an age-old wedding tradition still practiced by many families today. Right after the wedding ceremony, the bride and groom exit the chapel to a crowd of their closest family and friends blowing bubbles. The bridal party usually stand closest to the exit as the bride and groom process through on their way to their limousine.
This clip is a single camera shot of the bride and groom exiting the church through their bubbly newlywed sendoff. Though not all couples include a sendoff in their wedding ceremony, it is always a fun moment to capture. Typically the bride and groom smile and laugh throughout the entire processional, and their friends and family clap and cheer.
In this video, the bride wears a strapless ball gown style wedding dress, and holds a bouquet of white roses. The groom is dressed in a gray tuxedo with a white shirt and tie. The bridal party wears matching gray and purple attire. As the bride and groom emerge, the crowd begins clapping and cheering while blowing bubbles. The bride and groom walk happily through the crowd of their friends and family.
A moment like this is why we recommend adding an additional thirty to sixty minutes of coverage to the ceremony time. Before the bridal processional begins, guests arrive and mingle in anticipation. After the couple are finally announced husband and wife, family photos take place and the couple greet their guests. Bubble sendoffs are also fun moments to capture on video. Our job is to capture the day as it occurs, which is why we like to have as much time as possible to capture the details.
Wedding ceremonies and receptions are important events, we always recommend filming every minute. Once we film an event, every second of raw footage is yours to look back and watch for years to come. Our documentary style filming means only minimal editing is necessary before we deliver your footage to you. Wedding video montages set to music can always be ordered in the future. We typically see couples order them after a first or second anniversary passes.