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  1. Seeing Your Bride Walk Down the Isle

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    May 13, 2009 by admin

    One of the classic moments of a wedding is for the groom when he sees his bride walk down the …
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  2. Placing the Rings

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    May 12, 2009 by admin

    One of the extremely common surprises of a wedding day comes when it is time to place the rings. Probably …
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  3. Walking Down the Isle with Your Dad

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    May 11, 2009 by admin

    This is probably the classic wedding day milestone of all time. What all too few people think about, however, is …
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  4. Alone for the First Time!

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    May 9, 2009 by admin

    There is a wedding day milestone that nobody thinks of until it happens to them. That is the moment when …
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  5. Preserving Toasts from the Wedding Reception

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    May 8, 2009 by admin

      Some aspects of your wedding day can ONLY be captured by video.   Consider the toasts at your reception. …
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  6. Consider Your Wedding Vows

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    May 7, 2009 by admin

    Your wedding vows heard again in your own words years after the wedding have a powerful effect.


  7. Preserving Memories of the Day Itself

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    May 3, 2009 by admin

    Here we examine how to preserve the memories about the wedding day itself (i.e. what the groom thought as he saw her in the wedding dress for the first time; what did the bride think as she walked down the isle with her father, etc.)


  8. Pro Wedding Videography — “How do I decide?”

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    April 30, 2009 by admin

    Here are some considerations if you are on the fence about getting professional videography for your wedding.


  9. Attending the Wedding Rehearsal

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    April 23, 2009 by admin

    Attending the wedding rehearsal is imperative for the videographer. Here we explain some of the reasons why.


  10. Uncle Fred’s Attention

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    April 23, 2009 by admin

    A multitude of personal interests may distract Uncle Fred from his immmediate task of capturing your wedding to video.