Every bride wants her day to special, memorable or unforgettable. Not only for her self but for her family and friends who come to celebrate with her. In the past, that meant having some special type of food or an amazing flower arraignment at the alter. Some have gone so far as to add color to their wedding dress to make it memorable. Yet other brides will create a special first dance or have the DJ share the couples love story.
Those are all great, but a trend I’m seeing for 2012 involves the bride to “think outside the box” a bit more. Choreographed first dances are still hot and popular, but they are stepping outside of the reception for those dances. Here is an example:
This is great, but then some others will use something they have seen on TV, like this take off on GLEE: (stay with it until about the 2:30 mark)
Still others want that grand entrance at the reception. Here is a great idea:
Then there is this:
Now this one you can tell something is going to happen, I mean how often to you see a high school dance team show up at a reception?
All those are great, but this is one of the best I’ve seen. This couple went WAY outside the box for this:
These are all great and I hope they give you some ideas to make you wedding day special. However, there is one common thread in all of these: VIDEO. Everyone of these brides did these special dances or entrances to make the day special and memorable. But, they were all captured on video. Now some you can tell were done by friends or family members and they did their best. But the last video, that one was done with the help of a professional filmmaker. Someone who not only had the technical skill to shoot the movie, but to also edit both the video and music together. To piece it all together so that it really seems like your part of their run for the reception. A professional filmmaker will not only capture your wedding day, but can also put together something that will make your wedding day not only memorable for you, but for your guest as well. Would you remember this wedding:
I think you would.