We know. That probably sounds counter-intuitive at first glance. After all, if you’re planning a larger wedding, then that’s not something you’ll necessarily want to hide from your guests. However, every couple wants their big day to feel unique to their personalities and styles at the same time.
Well, have no fear, because take it from us as longtime NJ wedding photography pros, a big guest list, even a huge one, doesn’t have to mean that your celebration can’t be personal and original. It can, as long as you take some measures to ensure it’s possible. So, read on to learn about a few.
Every couple has their own version of their “dream” wedding video. In fact, most of the time each of the newlyweds-to-be have their own vision, which is why it’s best to try to form a unified version of your vision with your partner before even starting to looking into videographers to bring it to life.
Today’s post, though, isn’t about unifying your and your partner’s visions, but about articulating that unified vision to your videographers, because we’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for long enough to know that it can be more challenging than it sounds. But make no mistake, it’s critical to getting that “dream” wedding video. So, read on for a few tips.
We’ve been in NY & NJ wedding photography for a years now and we’ve been to some pretty awesome celebrations in that time, both large and small. In fact, in our experience, the size of the guest list has little to do with how unforgettable, or forgettable, a wedding can be.
So, if you and your partner are planning a wedding on the smaller side, then have no fear. That doesn’t mean that your guests will be more apt to forget attending. That is, as long as you two do everything you can on your end to make your big day as memorable as possible, regardless of how small it actually is. Read on for a few ideas.
Kevin and Courtney are such a special couple and you don’t have to be around them for long to see it. That’s what made their big day such a joy for all in attendance, including the Live Picture Studios NJ wedding videographers who were on hand capturing all the special moments! The amazing pair said their “I do’s” in a lovely church ceremony before heading over to The Palace at Somerset Park in New Jersey to celebrate their love and union with family and friends. It made for the perfect setting for all the festivities and from the bride’s emotional first look with her father and the newlyweds’ epic reception entrance to their magical first dance and all the heartfelt speeches from their guests, this truly was a wedding to remember. All of us here at LPS always will and we’d like to thank Courtney and Kevin once again for letting us be a part of it all. Congratulations, you two!
About Us: Live Picture Studios’ team of videographers, photographers, and editors has been telling cinematic love stories in wedding photography & wedding videography in NJ / NY for years. At LPS, we always create to inspire, and you can check out our video gallery and photo gallery for more examples.
We talk a lot around here about finding the right vendors for your wedding, and that’s because it’s not just about seeking out the most talented, experienced people. Yes, that’s part of it, but you also need to take measures to ensure that they’re the right fit for your and your partner’s personalities and for the specific look and feel of your wedding.
And take it from us as longtime NY & NJ wedding videographers, that’s especially important when it comes to videography. So, we thought we’d pass along a few tricks for finding the perfect people to capture and tell your love story via video.
When you’ve been a part of as many couple’s big days as our New Jersey wedding photographers have, you come across some amazingly welcoming environments for guests, and some not so much. Whether it’s the result of poor planning or just a lack of, sometimes guests simply stroll into the celebration without feeling much love or appreciation.
It’s understandable, too. After all, newlyweds-to-be have so much to worry about in terms of planning their weddings that the idea of creating an initially inviting atmosphere may not seem like that big of a deal, but make no mistake, it is. So, read on to learn about a few ideas for putting together a welcome bag that will start your guest experience off on the right foot.
More and more couples are putting the guest experience far closer to the top of their planning priority list than they used to these days. Whether they add some extra form of entertainment or simply better cater to the potential needs of their guests, newlyweds-to-be are taking far more measures to ensure that their guests enjoy the big day as much as the couple themselves.
It makes perfect sense, too. After all, these are the friends and relatives whom you want with you on one of the biggest days of your life and you want them to have an unforgettable experience while they’re supporting you, right? Of course you do. Luckily, we’ve picked up our share of tricks in our time doing wedding videography in NJ. So, read on to learn about a few.
Whether you’re just getting ready at home and your photographers will be present during your prep time or you’re hosting the reception or entire wedding at your and/or your partner’s home, you want the pictures you get of it to be just as amazing as they would’ve been had they been taken at a venue or more scenic location.
Luckily, we’ve been doing wedding photography in NJ for a long time now and we’ve been to plenty of at-home affairs in that time. So, we thought we’d pass along a few tips we’ve picked up along the way for getting gorgeous wedding pictures right in the comfort of your own home, or yard.
Whether you’re preparing for a huge, extravagant wedding celebration or you’re just having a backyard affair, the planning process is rarely a stress-free one. Even the simplest celebrations can stress you out over time because it’s just such an important milestone.
The thing is that this is your wedding we’re talking about here and the last thing you want is to allow the planning stress to build up so much that once the big day actually arrives, you’re an absolute mess. Luckily, as longtime NJ wedding videographers we’ve been a part of plenty of planning processes, so read on for a few tips.
Whether it’s because of some kind of technological advancement or it’s just the ever-evolving preferences and tastes of couples, there is always a new trend to consider in wedding photography. The trick is to filter out the passing fads from the genuine keepers and for more on that, check out this post, How to Ensure Your Wedding Photos Can Withstand the Test of Time.
However, being that we’ve been in NY & NJ wedding photography for years now, we thought we’d save you some time and let you know about a couple of the trends that you may want to seriously consider weaving into your wedding celebration in 2018 and beyond.