Paris is known as one of the most romantic cities in the world. So what could be more romantic than having its iconic skyline as a backdrop to your a wedding? And, of course, you probably want to remember all the miniscule details about your wedding in Paris. Frankly, I can’t think of a more perfect place to plan a vineyard wedding. It would make for quite a wedding, one to be remembered. One of the best ways to do so would be to have a professional film your life-changing event. Companies such as Emotion Filmworks can produce a high-quality video of your wedding to capture the essence of your special day.
So how does the process work?
Before your wedding day, a representative will meet with you to discuss details about your day including event security services, so that everything can be done just the way you want it. On your wedding day, experienced cinematographers will arrive at your venue well before everything begins to be sure everything is in place to film all aspects of the occasion. From all the footage, it will be edited into a superb 20-25 minute film, encapsulating the most important moments.
Many wedding videos run to an hour or two, which is too long for most people to watch. A shorter, highlights video can be shared a bit more easily with additional bonus features, such as the wedding speeches, available on your DVD for you to watch when time is available. Make sure to hire a professional videographer to capture your candid moments and turn them into a memorable wedding film.
Depending on the package you choose, there will be several cinematographers filming your day, so that there is plenty of footage to choose from. However, they are used to filming discreetly, so they won’t distract from the important events of the day – they are unlikely to even need extra lighting. Plus, since you’re in France, they also speak English, so communication won’t be a problem either, which is a big deal!
A sophisticated video of your wedding in the French capital will be a truly wonderful memento of your unforgettable day, one to share with your children and grandchildren for years to come.