What are they saying? I can’t hear them! As a Colorado videographer having filmed or edited hundreds of events, let me give you some wedding advice from a technical point of view. I’ve filmed at venues where the bride & groom were advised that there is no need for microphones or any kind of sound
Photo: Getty Images Decisions, decisions! There’s like a million of them to make when you’re planning your wedding, AKA the biggest day of your life. From what cake flavor to go with to the types of flowers you want in your bouquet, the options can seem endless and utterly overwhelming. So if you’re feeling stressed
“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.” – Winston Churchill When all your vendors are chosen and the work on the day-of timeline begins to take shape, keep in mind to allow your schedule plenty of breathing room. You may think, “I can’t do that, time is money!” Let me say this, time
Source: Brides Photo: Getty By the time your wedding is over, the honeymoon might be the only thing on your mind. A week of peace, quiet, and relaxation? Sign us up! If you’ve planned the trip of a lifetime to a far-flung destination, it might be occupying any thoughts you’re having that aren’t directly related
Source: Brides Photo: Getty Images By the time you tie the knot, you may think you’ve got nothing left to learn about your significant other. Think again. “People are not finished products,” says Jane Greer, Ph.D., relationship expert and author of What About Me? Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship. “People are works in progress.