Video Project Description
A father walks his daughter down the aisle as a piano plays a well-known wedding song. This wedding sample shows a typical camera angle for bridal processionals. In this case, the videographer positioned himself behind the last row containing guests. He filmed the front of bride and her father as they begin to walk down the aisle and then turns to follow them as they pass. This angle typically shows many of the guests expressions in addition to that of the bride and her father. It is clear to see the bride’s emotions across her face.
Vanilla Video shoots hundreds of wedding ceremonies a year at a variety of different locations. Every ceremony is different which is why our videographers always show up thirty minutes prior to a ceremony’s start time in order to ensure they are positioned properly and all of their gear is ready to get every moment on video. When we film a wedding ceremony with a single camera, we try to capture both the bride and the groom as much as possible.
We are the only wedding video company that offers split coverage of the wedding ceremony and reception. That means if you scheduled time in between the ceremony and reception to take photos or to take a breather – you will not need to pay for videography footage in these down-time hours. When you choose split coverage of your wedding day, we record the entire ceremony and then meet you at the reception venue later on in the day. Of course, we always show up thirty minutes prior to start time at the reception venue to ensure we are ready to go once all of the action begins at the reception.
We recommend that every couple films their wedding day, even if it is just the ceremony. Regardless of where you are getting married – be it in your parents’ backyard, the courthouse, or a cathedral, your wedding day is a huge life event. Filming it means you can always look back and remember your special day.