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On a gloomy romantic day in Los Angeles Matt promised Esther forever.Their day was filled with family,laughter and all around happiness from everyone who was present at the very start of their marriage. Elegant Events Media was thrilled to have been part of the Chan love story, cheers to love and the new Mr&Mrs!
What do you want from your video? You should have an idea of your expectations before signing up, ask lots of questions about what your end product will look like. DO you want lots of prep shots? DO you want the videographer to be more focused on your family? Your videographer wants to capture what is most important to you, just make sure they know what that is.
Many brides these days are opting for a Bridal Portrait Session prior to their wedding day. This allows more focus on the bride in her wedding dress, also gives the bride an idea of what she will look like the day of her wedding in her dress from the perspective of the camera. This also gives a bride the freedom to pose in her dress at a location she wont be able to the day of her wedding. If you wedding is in the city and you want some portraits in the woods, here is your chance!
A new Trend many Disc Jockeys are providing for brides and grooms involves a surprise message sure to tug at heart strings when everyone least expects it. This message is audio taped well before the wedding day, the bride or groom records a message to his or her parent from the heart, this message is inserted into the first dance with the parent and they are surprised as their son or daughter’s voice begins without warning to play over the first dance music. This is a special way for the bride and groom to make their parent feel like a special part of the wedding.
As tempting as it may be to ask family and close friends to provide services the day of your wedding, it really is not the best route. A recent bride says her sister is shooting photos for her wedding. This means her close family member cannot enjoy the biggest day of her sister’s life! Let them enjoy your day and not have to work. One other consideration, other family members may be a hindrance to your working family member. They will want to socialize with that person and may distract them forcing your working family member to miss key parts of your day.
To ensure your lasting friendship after your wedding, if you have to hire a family or friend, get a contract, know what you are getting for your money. You will be happy in the end that you did.
Your family member may be a wedding professional but you would be better off getting a referral from that family member of someone they trust to do the service for you so they can enjoy your day!
Remember to plan for traffic not only when traveling to the venue, but when you get there, where will everybody park? If your reception or ceremony will be held in a residential area, parking can be a real nightmare! Find local public lots within walking distance or consider renting a bus for transport from a designated parking area.
A very common theme these days is the backyard wedding, this wedding happened in Elk Grove, Ca on June 28, 2014. Elegant Events Media provided DJ, photography, videography, lighting and photo booth. The ceremony was at a cathedral, but the reception was in a beautiful backyard. A few things to remember, the bride and groom actually had two planners plus one of the Elegant Events Media coordinators, without us it would have not happened nearly as well. With the 3 of us working together Tara and Craig had a beautiful reception! I would say it is imperative if you are having a backyard wedding, hire an actual wedding planner to help, worth their weight in gold! One issue we did run into was the house is located at the end of a cul-de-sac, with over 150 guests trying to show up and the bride and groom in a limo stuck in the traffic jam, find parking arrangements before your big day! Other than that the day went off like a dream!
Often we see brides starting their ceremony at 530 or 6pm with completion times around 10pm. This gives you time for your ceremony, your cocktail hour(which you will likely be taking picture during), dinner, your first dances, cake cutting, garter toss and bouquet toss, not much else! I say the earlier your ceremony starts the better. Give yourself time to enjoy your dancing and even some time in the photo booth. The best start time is 330, ending around 11 or so. This give ample time to enjoy dancing and socialize with your guests. Be as detailed as possible with your timeline to insure you have plenty of time to enjoy. You planned your day now have some fun!!