As veteran NY & NJ wedding videographers, we’ve been a part of so many couple’s visions for their big days. There really is nothing like seeing it all come together, but make not mistake, that doesn’t mean it always does, because it doesn’t.
Unfortunately, couples often have to make sacrifices and compromises based on budget. That’s just the reality of life. However, there are couples working with very tight budgets who figure out a way to bring their dream wedding to life. So, read on for a few tips we’ve learned from them.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock then you’re well aware of the royal wedding that took place last month. It was kind of a big deal. The entire world was watching, which is why it only makes sense that some of the celebration’s choices and elements would end up being huge influencers on weddings to come.
One such element would be the wedding cake, as the royal couple chose to serve a roughly iced cake rather than a classically smooth one. What do cakes with rough icing look like and would one be a good fit for your wedding? Read on to find out and for a few tips from our longtime NJ wedding videographers.
We try to pass along as many money-saving wedding planning tips as possible around here. After all, our wedding videographers of NYC & NJ have been in the industry for long enough to know that not everyone has an unlimited budget to work with, but money-saving tips aren’t the only kind we’ve picked up in our time in the biz.
We’ve also come across plenty of wisdom on saving another, perhaps even more precious commodity. That, of course, would be time. So, whether you and/or your partner have generally busy schedules or you’re just looking for ways to cut back on the hours your wedding planning is taking up, read on for a few tips.
Okay, so when it comes to bridesmaids and groomsmen, it tends to be pretty effortless to get the two groups to bond separately. After all, there are the activities that all members must be a part of leading up to the big day, and then there are the bachelor and bachelorette parties as well. But what about getting the two teams to unify as one?
Because take it from us as longtime NJ & NYC wedding photographers, more often than not they don’t. Sure, the bridesmaids spend time together and the groomsmen typically do the same, but it’s usually a different story for the entire group. So, read on for a few tips for getting the group to bond and putting the “party” back in wedding party!
While many couples start their wedding receptions in the afternoon or early evening, there are still plenty who prefer to kick things off, and bring the festivities to a conclusion, a little earlier. In the end, it’s completely up to you and your partner. No approach is better than the other. It’s your big day so you should do it your way.
The thing is that daytime receptions aren’t nearly as commonplace as nighttime affairs, so newlyweds-to-be planning them don’t often find the same kind of guidance and wisdom that those planning evening receptions have at their disposal. Luckily, our NY & NJ wedding videographers have been a part of their share of daytime parties, so read on to learn about a few tricks they’ve picked up along the way.
We’ve all been to our share of weddings that were just a little on the stuffy side. Formal and traditional is one thing, but some celebrations just seem to end up a little too conventional, to the point that it can be somewhat of a challenge for guests to loosen up and relax.
Luckily, as longtime veteran wedding videographers of NYC & NJ who’ve been a part of celebrations of all kinds, we’ve seen our share of wonderfully relaxed atmospheres, as well as plenty of stuffy parties. So, we thought we’d pass on a few tips to help you end up with the former.
We try to pass on as much knowledge and wisdom pertaining to planning a wedding on a budget as we can around here. Why? Well, when you’ve been around newlyweds both leading up to and on their big days as long as our NJ & NYC wedding photographers have, you pick up plenty of tips and tricks along the way.
Whether it’s planning your budget, budget hacks, getting the most out of a tight budget, etc., we’ve got something to offer, but today’s post is all about staying on your budget once it’s set. Make no mistake, that can be just as difficult as determining your budget or navigating the planning process with a tight one. So, read on for a few tips.
If you’re located anywhere near us here in the Northeast, then like us, you’re probably pretty happy now that the colder weather seems to have finally given way to warmer temperatures and sunnier skies. That’s a good thing for a lot of reasons, and one of them is that beach weddings are back!
Around here, they’re not too common in the winter months, but now that we’re well into spring and headed toward summer, you can expect to see a lot more of them. You may even want to start planning one yourself and if that is indeed the case, then read on because our longtime NYC & NJ wedding videographers have a few awesome tips that could be a big help.
When you’ve been to as many weddings as our longtime NY & NJ wedding photographers have, you end up coming across a lot of wedding cakes. Some are all about the taste and deliciousness while others are more about the visual effect, but one thing you can always expect is for there to be certain trends at any given time.
As always, the hard part is separating the worthwhile ones from the passing fads. So, we thought we’d save you some of the trouble and pass on some of the current cake trends that are actually worth looking into. Read on to find out.
Regardless of the size and style of the wedding you’re planning, it’s never an entirely easy nor stress-free process. It’s just such an important occasion and there are so many variables involved that it’s practically impossible for everything to go exactly as planned, while planning. That’s why it’s such a good idea to accept help wherever you can get it.
If you’re lucky, then you’ll end up with one primary planning helper who’s just willing to go above and beyond the rest. But take it from us as longtime wedding videographers of NYC & NJ, when the going gets rough, it can be a challenge to maintain the same relationship you had with that person before the process began. So, we thought we’d pass on a few tips for doing just that.