Thursday, July 16, 2009

Jessica & Adrian

Our brides sometimes wonder what their video might look like, since they usually only see highlights posted here on the blog. So today I thought I'd give you all a special treat and show you an entire wedding day through a short-form edit. Short-form videos seem to be taking the wedding videography industry by storm, and not only are they fun to watch, they're fun to edit!

So what is a short-form? It's essentially a "fast-forward free" version of your video that runs about 20 to 30 minutes. The ceremony, first dances, toasts, etc. are all condensed, and the full-length uncut version of each is also included as a separate chapter on your DVD. So when you have your friends over to watch your video, they'll be thoroughly entertained the whole time. This is something that we offer as an upgrade so feel free to ask about it.

Jessica and Adrian had a very beautiful wedding in Houston with a swanky downtown reception. Even if you don't watch the whole video, be sure to watch through to the "first look"- it's a very touching moment. And look closely at the bouquet toss and see if you recognize who caught it!



Jessica & Adrian from Vanessa McKellar Productions.com on Vimeo.


Ceremony: West University Methodist Church, Houston
Reception: Artista, Houston
Photographer: Lauren Clark, Lubbock

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