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How To Make Wedding Videos Unique: 5 Ideas

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Wedding videos are part of the trend lately. People want to capture every moment of their special day and make them last forever! But have you realized that most wedding videos that can be found on the internet feel somehow… the same? It’s rare to find a wedding video that makes your heart flutter or makes you want to be wed soon yourself.

But don’t worry! If you’re going to have your wedding soon and want to capture your day in the very best and most unique way possible, here are 5 ideas to make your wedding videos unique!

  • Film before the wedding

Videos from the bride’s bridal shower and the groom’s bachelor party make an excellent addition to the final wedding video. All the fun happens during these parties so it will be a waste to not include them! Make sure to have your bridesmaid and groomsmen included in your videos. Having people surround you during the introduction of the video will make the solo shots of you and the groom together stand out more.

  • Have a wedding trailer

Who said wedding videos can’t have trailers? Create a trailer for your wedding video to make it more anticipating to watch. You can include this right at the beginning of the wedding film, or have it as a separate video. Fast-paced trailers appear more engaging and they will draw people to watch your full wedding video. Wedding trailers also become an alternative way for others to know how your special day went. As trailers are shorter to watch, even busy people can know how your wedding was.

  • Include that “Will you marry” moment

Most proposals these days are usually already recorded by someone, so this is an easy one to follow. Including the proposal in the wedding video, especially in the beginning, will make your video more unique and feel like a movie. This genuine moment will certainly make anyone feel exhilarated. It is also a moment that brides cherish the most, so including will make it more sentimental.

  • Include your pets in the process

Attach a go-pro to your dog or have them wear a formal suit. Either way, they will add unique content to your video! Attaching a go-pro to their bodies will let you get the perspective of how your pet sees you and including these clips will certainly make anyone smile.

  • Use Multiple Angles For the Ceremony

Of course, the most important part of any wedding video is the wedding ceremony itself. Use multiple angles for the ceremony to capture every emotion at the moment possible. Use at least three different angles in capturing the sacred vows. Have close-up shots of both the groom and the bride and one-shot including them both. Most videos usually include one angle, so this is one way to make yours different. If you want to save time you could get a professional to edit your wedding video website like capturethecraic.ie will hire out cameras and do the edit saving a fortune on a regular Irish wedding videographer.

Congratulations!

Keep these pointers in mind when talking to your videographer or when you’re planning to take your wedding video yourself and you will have a perfectly unique keepsake from your special occasion.

 

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