because wedding films are confusing
Frequently asked questions
Q: How long are your highlight videos?
Each film is roughly 8-10 minutes, depending on the events of your wedding. It’s the goldilocks length of wedding videos — it’s long enough that it’s filled with little moments, but still short enough for you to squeeze into your busy schedules.
Q: Does it include raw footage?
Along with your highlight film, every package includes what I call ‘extended clips’ — you’ll receive your full ceremony, each toast and blessing, formal dances (first dance and parent dances), and any other moments of importance (like Baraats, Ketubah signings, and first looks with your dad) because, at the end of the day, you’re hiring a videographer to preserve all of these moments in full.
I do not offer all of the footage in it’s true raw format. I like you too much to let you sit through shakey footage of me adjusting focus.
Q: How much coverage do we need?
I always recommend starting coverage 1 hour before the bride slips into her dress and ending coverage 30 minutes after the dance floor opens to really capture the essence of your wedding day. If your timeline is still in the works, you can always add on more hours of coverage once details get finalized.
Q: How many videographers are included?
All of the weddings on my site were filmed with one videographer—it’s how I ensure I stay inconspicuous and capture authentic moments instead of making you feel like you’re being swarmed by paparazzi. For weddings with larger guest counts, I may recommend adding on an assistant or second videographer.
Q: How do you pick the music used in the highlight film?
After your wedding, I take the vibe of your venue, your personalities, and the songs you jammed to on the dance floor into account and license a song that perfectly sums up your day. If music is a huge part of your life and you want to have some input, I’m more than happy to let you know which sites I use so you can narrow down a list of your favorite options.
Q: How long does it take to get our video?
Depending on the time of year, 2-4 months. I know that feels like ages though, so I make sure to incorporate a little teaser to show off to friends and family (or watch on repeat) to tide you over until then.