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Wedding videographers in Seattle area

Couples frequently say that not hiring a wedding videographer is their greatest wedding day regret. It may seem like a luxury as you are budgeting for your venue and caterer, but ultimately, you’ll find that a photographer alone cannot take the place of a wedding videographer. You’ll be happy if you make the effort to squeeze it into your budget.

While the venue, food and flowers are often the biggest expenses, a good chunk of your budget is going to go to lots of smaller details, such as transportation, decor, invitations, pre-wedding events, tuxedo rentals, bridal accessories and other smaller items. Losing track of these expenses is one of the main reasons couples go over budget on their weddings. Getting a wedding budget planner is one way to track and control expenses so you’ll know just where your money goes. This can help you squeeze everything possible out of your budget.

Have you decided whether or not to hire a wedding videographer? While photographs create memories, the actual movements and sounds of a wedding videography instantly capture the mood of a first kiss, of parents gliding on the dancefloor, or your dramatic walk down the aisle. Crucial moments can never be relived; but they can be re-experienced any time you choose to.

Upload your wedding videos on social media and bring enjoyment to those who were present and tears to those who had to miss the wedding magic. Everyone will be able to relive the crucial moments of your special day. Take a look of our videographer selection and consider their style. Some videographers specialize in creating movie-like scenes. Others capture wedding highlights in 5-8 minutes clips. Then there are videographers who tell a story. Whatever your preference, one of our videographers will suit your style. Check out our selection and see what other brides have to say about them. If the expense of a videographer isn’t in your budget, consider hiring one for just an hour or two to capture your wedding ceremony. You won’t regret it.

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Candy Glass Productions

(971) 258-6400

Our mission is to provide every Bride and Groom with the opportunity of having their wedding documented on video regardless of their budget. You can choose an item or build your own customized package off the A La Carte menu or choose one of our already made packages

Moving Pictures

(503) 427-1920

Moving Pictures creates cinematic wedding films. Take a look at our work and contact us if you want to be a part of the experience.

Watertown Films

(503) 974-6087

Portland Wedding Videographer creating real, authentic, natural wedding films.

Hybrid Moon Video Production

(503) 295-1991

At Hybrid Moon, our success is dependent upon your success. Whether your goal is to promote a product or service, raise awareness around a cause or document an important event, creating an emotional connection with the viewer is key in creating valuable video content.

Traveling Tiger Productions

(310) 748-9413

We created Traveling Tiger Wedding Films out of our excitement for sharing a couples' joy through film. We are experienced cinematographers and editors, as is everyone on our team.

NW Creatives

(971) 801-2114

I work with couples to build a relationship before the big day, and then my team shows up to create a keepsake they can cherish for the rest of their lives.

Outlive Creative

(925) 784-0389

We are fine art film wedding photographers & wedding cinematographers. Outlive Creative serves the Portland & San Francisco area and is ready to travel.

Committed Films

(971) 266-3575

We at Committed Films believe that every couple should have a wedding video regardless of their budget.

Shields Films

(503) 348-8728

Shields Films is an award-winning creative video studio based in Portland Oregon.

Local Wedding Videographers

Couples frequently say that not hiring a wedding videographer is their greatest wedding day regret. It may seem like a luxury as you are budgeting for your venue and caterer, but ultimately, you’ll find that a photographer alone cannot take the place of a wedding videographer. You’ll be happy if you make the effort to squeeze it into your budget.

While the venue, food and flowers are often the biggest expenses, a good chunk of your budget is going to go to lots of smaller details, such as transportation, decor, invitations, pre-wedding events, tuxedo rentals, bridal accessories and other smaller items. Losing track of these expenses is one of the main reasons couples go over budget on their weddings. Getting a wedding budget planner is one way to track and control expenses so you’ll know just where your money goes. This can help you squeeze everything possible out of your budget.

Have you decided whether or not to hire a wedding videographer? While photographs create memories, the actual movements and sounds of a wedding videography instantly capture the mood of a first kiss, of parents gliding on the dancefloor, or your dramatic walk down the aisle. Crucial moments can never be relived; but they can be re-experienced any time you choose to.

Upload your wedding videos on social media and bring enjoyment to those who were present and tears to those who had to miss the wedding magic. Everyone will be able to relive the crucial moments of your special day. Take a look of our videographer selection and consider their style. Some videographers specialize in creating movie-like scenes. Others capture wedding highlights in 5-8 minutes clips. Then there are videographers who tell a story. Whatever your preference, one of our videographers will suit your style. Check out our selection and see what other brides have to say about them. If the expense of a videographer isn’t in your budget, consider hiring one for just an hour or two to capture your wedding ceremony. You won’t regret it.

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