Sacramento Wedding Videographer & Photographer

Sacramento Wedding Videographer

Wedding at the Westin Sacramento

Adorned in pearls and diamonds, Kirsten and Brian pledged their lives to one another in Marriage at the sophisticated Westin in California’s capital city. That long stride down those steps, the layers of white tulle trailing behind, to the first look of excitement, utter love and joy upon Brian’s face was captured with the expertise of our wedding videography crew.http://indigoskystudios.com/

The glistening of Kirsten’s locks of tendrils laced across her shoulders, shadowed from the sunset, while reciting words that etch the heart of her husband to be. Those words spoken to bind these two hearts together in front of loved ones, family and friends are forever cherished and seized on film as if in a time lock.

From the kiss to seal the promise of a life spent lived together, the laughter, love-filled eyes, speeches, the first dance and the grasp of his hand to hers will be infinitely taken captive.

These moments that pass within a breath can only be experienced once in a lifetime.
These junctures in time can also be looked back upon in an instant with your wedding video to recreate all the feels of those blissful memories.

Brian and Kirsten’s obvious delight is one that is sought after by many and admired by all.

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To hire a videographer, or not to hire a videographer?

To hire a videographer, or not to hire a videographer? That is a recurring question couples ask as they plan their wedding. When a photographer is booked, is there also a need for a videographer? Real scenarios from weddings may prove insightful in this decision-making.

«She was the one. It was easy to tell when your doctor friend who hasn’t dated in a decade, stops a gorgeous nurse in the hallway. And asks her out right there and then. I couldn’t believe the story when Todd called, but I knew this one was going to be good,» shared the best man as he made a toast. The couple’s happy reaction to the best man’s speech was captured perfectly in a beautiful, backlit photo. It captured a moment in time, but it left the content out. The photo doesn’t do justice to the humor, the memories, jokes and stories shared in that speech. While photos are great reminders of those memories, video allows the couple to relive those moments for years to come.

Can the crowd be heard laughing?
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Looking back, many couples note that due to all the nerves and commotion, they remember very little from their wedding day. Imagine being surprised by a guest who pulled out a tiny pillbox hat, and put it on his head. What followed next was a recreation of a scene from Coming to America. The best man mimicked the voice so well the audience thundered with laughter. The couple did not see it coming, but it was definitely a highlight of their reception. Try capturing that in a photo! Can the crowd be heard laughing? Can the impersonation be replayed? That is the magic of wedding cinema that photography cannot compete with. Videographers allow the couple to go back in time, relive every detail they may have missed on their big day, and join in on the action. Video also grants the couple a chance to share their wedding with friends and family that were not able to make it to the actual event. Consider the memories the couple will make when they watch the video with their children. https://devadweddings.com/