Wedding Videographers in the North West

A professional wedding videographer will provide you with a special keepsake that you will cherish for a lifetime, reminding you both of your special wedding day for many years to come.

After initial consultations, a good videographer will understand your brief, and on the day will be unobtrusive but experienced at capturing the whole romantic and happy atmosphere of your wedding day. Don't forget that sound is very important too, as is professional editing afterwards, so this is not a task to be taken lightly.

Some videographers also offer a cinematic style approach with the end result looking more like a feature film rather than a digital video. If you would like this approach, then you should talk this through with your videographer.

Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding videography in the North West from places like Manchester, Preston, Lancashire and the Lake District, whom you might want to get in touch with...

Don't forget to mention Your North West Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding videographer.

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Julian Voigt Films reveals one of his favourite love stories

"The past 18 months have been a nightmare for so many couples planning weddings," says videographer Julian Voigt. "The number of cancellations and re-schedules, the disappointment and frustration, not to mention the financial cost, has all taken its toll. It's also been very challenging for wedding suppliers like myself, thankfully by being flexible and most of all human we have got through this together. It's so great to finally be fully in the swing of things and filming weddings again; seeing couples express that long-awaited joy of finally being able to tie the knot and celebrate their love. I didn't realise how much I missed that. This story of COVID, couldn't better be told than by Daisy and Sam in their wedding film trailer. Daisy and Sam are a lovely couple from Warwickshire with two beautiful young boys, Arlo & Albie, who tell their story in this wedding film trailer."

Posted: 2 November 2021

We interviewed Lancashire-based filmmakers, Marriage in Motion

Hi, we're Lauren & Daniel, a husband and wife filmmaking team based in Lancashire. We've been making cinematic and emotive wedding films since 2008 and feel like we have the best job in the world! We've been lucky enough to have been featured in several top publications, worked with high end and celebrity clients and won a load of wedding filmmaking awards, including First Place in the WPPI Wedding Short Film category for our highlights films. This is a global competition and to come in at first place is a massive achievement (we got a trophy and everything!) To keep things simple, we don't offer packages. We offer an 'Essential Service' which for 95 per cent of our couples is everything they require. It comprises of two award-winning wedding videographers all day from prep to dancing, fully licensed drone videography, a 15-25 mins feature film and shorter 3-5 minutes highlight too, plus the ceremony and speeches edit in full. This is all delivered on a MiM USB stick in a special gift box and available privately online. In addition, we offer several enhancements should they require them.

Posted: 11 June 2021

How to add seasonal touches to your wedding video

A cosy winter theme is a wonderful way to share your love. The Christmas spirit magnifies what is already one of the happiest days of your life. Here are my top tips: Capture glimpses of your festive flowers and evergreen dcor in the video. Shots of you snuggling together seeking warmth and comfort. You could also add some custom jackets to help keep you warm. Take things indoors where you can capture precious moments in front of an open fire or Christmas tree. Search for mistletoe and steal a cheeky kiss beneath it. Dance in snowflakes or have an impromptu snowball fight if you're lucky to have a white Christmas.

Posted: 30 December 2020