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How much does a typical wedding video cost?

No wedding is the same, and packages are completely customizable. With a single videographer at your wedding, prices can range from $100 - 1.5k or more. For two videographers, a range of $600 - 2.8k is more common.

What are your wedding packages?

See our wedding page for wedding packages.

Where can I find more wedding information?

You can find us on Wedding Wire and other wedding vendor websites.

How many cameras / videographers do you use?

We have a one videographer to one camera rule. We generally do not allow for or use static un-manned cameras. You can order as many videographers as you would like, but recommend a maximum of 5. If you think more than three videographers are necessary, you should contact us prior to ordering.

How do you get sound at a wedding ceremony?

We will always opt to microphone the priest / officiant first. If they decline or that isn't possible then we will mic the groom. We'll wirelessly send the audio back to our cameras for crisp and clean sound.

My wedding is a black-tie event — can you dress up?

Yes. We can wear business casual (dark or light attire) for an additional $39.

What do videographers wear? (Dress code)

Our standard dress code is black pants, black shoes, black belt, and a brightly colored Vanilla Video shirt or sweater. This allows customers and guests to clearly identify us as necessary — and provides comfort to our videographer while filming.

Do I have to tip or purchase a meal for the videographer?

No — we strongly discourage tips. And we do not require a food plate. However, if our videographer is working over 6 hours, you will need to allow them at least an hour lunch. Vanilla Video provides a food allowance for production videographers working on full day shoots.