We arrive at the service venue an hour before the men. We work with three cameras, covering both your guests arriving outside the service venue as well as being seated inside. This continues until the bride arrives at the church.
This section begins with the bride walking down the aisle. Again, all three cameras are used to give maximum coverage. A wireless lapel mic is offered to the groom to give superb audio quality for the all-important vows. A second wireless mic is offered to the registrar/priest/minister. Other recording devices are placed at key positions for readings and where the musicians are located.
When it’s time to sign the register, the main camera stays with the bride & groom allowing the others to cover the musical piece with your guests.
In this part of the day we have a lot more scope to diversify in our style of capture. Our main camera remains with the bridal party while the others record your guests relaxing in the reception venue. This camera also covers the reception room layout and table details. We use different angles, wide angle lenses and Steady Tracker to recreate the moment. The footage is then edited to include music of your choice and a selection of carefully chosen special effects.
We begin this section with the bride and groom entering the reception venue function room. When it’s time for the speeches, the main camera follows the mic from speaker to speaker, we use the other cameras to capture the bride & groom and guests reactions to those memorable ‘one liners’.
Later we cover your first dance as ‘Mr & Mrs’, followed by the following three songs.
The bride or bride and groom’s house on the morning of the wedding (subject to location and time).
The best wishes take place after the meal, while the room is being prepared for the evening party. It offers your guests the chance to be involved. We record their thoughts and best wishes. This can prove to be a very entertaining addition to an already fun packed day.
Irish Dancing, Comedian, Fireworks, etc…