Wedding Videography - When getting it right on the 1st take counts hire a professionalWritten by Jay Corrao Ė Copyright 2005
Getting married is one of most stressful events anyone will ever endure. So many details and preparations go into making of a successful wedding. Often one of most overlooked aspects of wedding preparation is hiring a wedding videographer. Many couples think they can cut a few corners by having uncle Charlie or aunt Mary video their wedding. Theyíve had a camcorder for a long time; they must know what they are doing right? And what heck itís free!
But then you watch video and memories you had just arenít coming across way you remember them; or at least you didnít get see sick during real thing. Donít get me wrong there are plenty of relatives and friends who could probably do a half way decent job but why take chance? This is your wedding, your big day, and you only get one shot at it. When getting it right on first take counts you really should not settle for anything less than a professional wedding videographer to capture your precious event.
Professional wedding videographers understand nature of wedding service and know ins and outs of capturing all of important moments. They also know dynamics of working with people involved in your wedding, including clergy, photographer and others. I donít know how many times a photographer has told me they missed a good shot because aunt Mary was in way. More often though I hear from clergy about uncle Charlieís that crossed line of propriety several times by not abiding by rules of venue or understanding sanctity of church.
Easy Wedding Shower IdeasWritten by Melanie Doetsch
Don't be intimidated if you've been chosen as maid of honor for your friend's wedding and your greatest fear is planning bridal shower! There are plenty easy wedding shower ideas to get you started and make whole process go smoothly.
The most popular wedding shower idea is kitchen shower, and it's really most practical as well. After all, no one can have too many kitchen utensils or appliances, and there is also a host of nice little gourmet treats that bride would love to be gifted with.
A personal shower is also nice, with everyone giving bride a gift of lingerie or accessories such as inexpensive jewelry. She might also like something like a skin treatment gift set, cosmetics, or bath powder and perfume.
When most people think of wedding showers, they do tend to think of tradition - a group of ladies getting together in someone's home or at a restaurant or tea room. Lots of decorations, some games and gifts. This is a wonderful concept, but if you're busy it can be hard to pull off. That's why there's a new trend in easy wedding shower ideas - activity based showers. We don't mean rock-climbing (unless you want to) - we mean a girl's day out.