Videography is something that I've always wanted incredibly bad for our wedding, but nothing (until now) ever quite seemed to work out. Have you seen some of the incredible wedding videos out there?! They are AMAZING, dreamy, whimsical....more than simply a tape-recording of the day, that's for sure! Here are two videos that I keep going back to because I simply can't get enough. Stick with me because *gasp* the second video isn't a wedding video, but it is BEAUTIFUL and the aesthetic that I want for my wedding (also, I'm absolutely in love with food, so this video [for me] is quite fitting).
This first one gets me EVERYTIME. The pink church, the gifts and Wonderwall...just watch, you'll see.
nick+maria • england wedding from Paperback Weddings on Vimeo.
Now, this is the wedding-less video, but I'm pretty sure that you're about to fall in LOVE with Tiger in a Jar just like I have. The dreamy lighting, documentary style and just wait for the ombre pine nuts!
ribboned asparagus salad from tiger in a jar on Vimeo.
Now that you've seen those two BEAUTIES! Look at Jonathon Link Studios, the amazing videographers that I am going to have the privilege to work with for my wedding. They are an adorable husband-wife duo and JB and I are thrilled to have them on our team. Here is one of my favorite videos they've done, but really I love them all!
of my favorite things about Jonathon and Kristin Link are: 1. They are
attending our rehearsal to get a better feel for how the day is going to
go down. 2. They are shooting our wedding with 3 cameras (!!!). We met
with them this past weekend to talk about details and were just so
impressed with everything they had to say, I can't wait to watch our
video for years to come!
I love the gift exchange from the first video and I always love when videos include pre-wedding preparations, but what are some other things that I have to make sure to leave time for my videographers to capture (other than the obvious ceremony and reception traditions)?
P.S. I'm less than 5-months out! Also, I found this the other day in a book at Pottery Barn and had to share...