Yes, our NJ wedding videographers work on the actual wedding day, so you may think that, no matter how much experience they have, the only advice worth listening to from them would be concerning the day of, not so much the planning phase before it.
But when you’ve been in wedding videography in NJ for as long as our crew has, you pick up some tricks about all things wedding-related along the way, including the planning process.
So, you’ve reached the eve of your big day and, hopefully, you’re not completely overwhelmed by all the stress and chaos, but even if you’re lucky enough not to be, you’re still not all the way out of the water just yet.
Take it from us as longtime wedding videographers in NJ and NY, with 24 or fewer hours to go, it’s not yet time to sit back and let your guard down. There are a few more things you need to remember to do on the night before your wedding day. Read on to learn more.
We’ve met and worked with countless couples in our time in wedding videography in NY and NJ, so we fully understand that there are some newlyweds-to-be who won’t stray even a bit from any of their major traditions and/or rituals.
But, these days, those types of couples seem to be a much rarer commodity than they used to be as more and more newlyweds-to-be are choosing to do away with certain traditions. Which ones? Read on to find out.
If you’re in the process of planning your wedding, then you probably already know how important checking out the testimonials of the vendors with whom you’re thinking of working is. After all, for the most part, there’s no reason not to trust them.
The thing is that we’ve been in NY & NJ wedding videography and photography for long enough to know that it’s not as simple as checking out the number of stars and skimming to get the gist. Yes, there are positive reviews and negative ones, but even among the positives there are levels. Read on to learn more.
If you’ve been dreaming of one of those wonderfully elaborate, classic frosted wedding cakes, then go for it, but if not, then know that there are other options. And one of those alternatives is the naked wedding cake.
What is it? It’s exactly what it sounds like, and as New York & New Jersey wedding videographers who’ve shot our share of cakes, we can tell you that these variations of the old-school desserts truly are a sight to see. Read on to learn more.
If you’re feeling a little down in the dumps leading up to your wedding day, it may help to learn that you’re not alone. The pre-wedding blues are a very real thing, and they’re by no means uncommon.
But when you’ve been in wedding videography in New York and New Jersey for as long as we have, you come across plenty of pre-wedding blues cases, some pretty bad. So, read on for four tips that may help.
Sometimes, people underestimate the planning process and other times, there’s nothing you can do about, but whatever the reason may be, have no fear. You can do it. It just takes some know-how. So, read on for some tips so you…know how.
We’ve been to a ton of weddings in our time in NY / NJ wedding photography & videography, and we’re all about using that experience to pass on helpful planning tips and advice we’ve picked up along the way.
But today’s post isn’t about passing on wedding planning tips that may help you; it’s about revealing some of the ones you need to steer clear of. Because the process is stressful enough, and following bad advice will only make things worse.
The wedding planning process is stressful enough. There are so many moving parts and people involved and, at times, it can seem all but impossible to keep track of it all, much less a close watch.
That’s why it’s so important to try and limit your stress wherever and whenever you can, and one area that can cause a lot of stress yet doesn’t necessarily have to is the choosing of the members of your wedding party.
In some parts of the world, including here in the New York / New Jersey area, just getting motivated to go out and do some exercise can be quite the challenge in the winter. Getting up early and doing a run in the spring or summer is one thing, but it’s a whole different ballgame in the colder months.