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Personalizing your wedding day? Here are some ideas from a recent wedding.hanger pillows dance floor shoes cake top

The photo above with their initials and wedding date was their dance floor made especially for their reception.

http://www.langdonvideo.com     kelly@langdonvideo.com

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What goes into creating a wedding video?

As Las Vegas Wedding Videographers, one thing that separates us from many of the other wedding videographers, is that as a husband and wife team, we work with you from start to finished video, making sure your wedding video is a true representation of your wedding day. We don’t shoot to impress other videographers, we shoot to impress you. We start with the initial consultation in which we assess the details of your wedding day and your personalities so we can get a feel of what your wedding day will be like. If we have not worked at any of your wedding day locations, we will usually scout those out long before your wedding, so we can get a taste of what your day will be like. We attend your rehearsal so there will be no surprises on your wedding day.  It’s also a good chance to meet the wedding party, parents, and to go over any last minute details.  After the Wedding, all video is loaded into our computer and ready to edit. All editing is done by us. No part of the wedding video process is given to someone else to do. We do all the shooting and editing. In a small way, your video edits itself. The feel, the pacing, the music,what effects, if any, we will use. That’s what makes your wedding video different from other wedding videos. We don’t just throw on any music, but music that fits the scene. We don’t overuse effects just because we can. Some videos have a romantic feel, some have an upbeat fun feel to them, some have tears, some have laughter. That’s why we shoot and edit each video ourselves. In our opinion, whenever possible, we think the person shooting the video, should also edit the video. Who would know better than anybody what your wedding day was like than the person who just spent all day with you. That’s why we edit everything we shoot. No cookie cutter, slapped together editing. That’s also why each video has it’s own distinct running time. We don’t restrict ourselves to set times…20 mins, 45 mins, 60 mins, etc… Each video stands on it’s own. Your finished video is delivered to you in a personally designed case with cover, using photos pulled from your finished wedding video. We don’t look at each wedding we book as just another wedding, we look at it as your wedding, something unique to you.  That is why we strive to make your wedding video uniquely yours.

 

www.langdonvideo.com     kelly@langdonvideo.com       Langdon Video Services

 

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Think your wedding day will go as planned?

Hmmmm…probably not.  But that’s okay. The wedding can’t start without you and it’ll be just as beautiful as you imagined it.  As Wedding Videographers, we get a rare glimpse into the workings of a wedding day from start to finish.  Here are a few things that may or may not happen on your wedding day, but don’t stress, things like these are bound to happen to almost every couple.

<Hair and Make-up will take longer than expected.

<(Insert business name here) sent one of your Bridesmaids two left shoes.  Family friend goes back to the store to retrieve correct shoe and makes it back just in the nick of time.

<Iron in your room not working, and if there was ever a time when you really needed to iron something…

<Does anyone know how to tie a bow-tie? Anyone?

<Grandparents are lost.  Can’t read GPS.  Wedding begins in 30 mins.  Mom?!?!?!

<The limo is ready for us downstairs and I can’t find my shoes.  Mom?!?!?!

<Do you have the rings? No, do you have the rings?  Who has the rings?

<Hair and Make-up will take longer than expected. (Just in case you missed it the first time).

<Where’s the officiant?

<Who’s the officiant?  A friend of theirs.  Is this his first wedding? Yes.  I thought so.

<Honey, the officiant needs the marriage license. I thought you had the marriage license.

<I shouldn’t of eaten that sandwich.

<Do you think the wind will stop blowing at hurricane force by the time our ceremony starts?

<Do you think it’ll stop raining by the time our ceremony starts?

<Is the flower girl suppose to do that?  

<Isn’t the ring bearer adorable?  Hey, where’s he going?

<Where’s the maid of honor?  Let me call her.  She thought the wedding was tomorrow.

<It’s 1:00 p.m. The wedding starts at 1:00 p.m.  Where’s the bride?

<The rings please. OMG!!! I left them in the dressing room, I’ll be right back.

<Don’t let the groomsmen drink before the ceremony…especially on an empty stomach…especially on a warm summer day. Just saying.

<After entering the reception room…..Where’s the D.J.?

<I told you if we had two four foot cakes connected to each other on the top tier by a bridge it would probably collapse.

<It’s Bob’s turn to make the toast. Is Bob wearing a kilt? Is that make-up? OMG.

<Now honey, don’t smash the cake in my face…I don’t want to mess up my make-up. Honey???  Sweetheart?!?!? Don’t you dare!!!  Ohhhhh Noooooo!!!!

<Uncle Tony you’re in the way(processional).  Uncle Tony you’re blocking the photographer.  Uncle Tony you’re in the video guy’s way now.  Uncle Tony….go sit down.

<Getting married near the airport?  Ceremony lasting 20 minutes?  Expect at least 4 airplanes to fly over….loudly.

<I really, really, have to go to the bathroom right now. (after about an hour of picture taking…with no bathroom in sight).

<Who turned off all the lights? (middle of garter removal/toss).

<I told the DJ not to play that song, now (insert Bride’s name here) is upset.

<Could someone help my new husband off the bus, I think he passed out.

<Where’s the Bride…it’s time to cut the cake. Does anyone know where the Bride is?

<Where’s the Groom…it’s time to cut the cake. Does anyone know where the Groom is?

<Weren’t they suppose to start dinner at 8:00 p.m.?  What time is it now?  10:00 p.m.

<Hey look, a pool….think we should? Should we dare? It’s a rental anyway. Who’s with me? OMG…they all jumped in the pool with their clothes on. 

<I can’t find my husband. (Fremont St.)

 

So will your wedding go off without a hitch?  Let’s hope so.  But the odds are not in your favor.  Remember, this is Las Vegas.  Don’t stress, because after it’s all over, you’ll just laugh about it.  All the bumps and bruises that happen that day are what make your wedding day different and special.

 

www.langdonvideo.com  kelly@langdonvideo.com   Langdon Video Services

 

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If you have seen our website, you have probably noticed this picture on our front page.  Besides the fact that we really like this photograph of Emily and Steve on their wedding day, there is actually a little romantic twist to the story behind the car in this photograph. Just days before their wedding, Steve had finally finished restoring this beautiful red 1971 Mustang convertible. He was so proud, and rightly so. This car was prominently on display in their pre-ceremony photographs and on their wedding video. In fact, the first time Emily ever got to ride in this car was immediately after the ceremony, when the two of them jumped into the car and drove away.  The romantic part you say?  This was the same car Steve’s parents used on their wedding day all those years ago.

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Photos are actual video stills from their Wedding Video.  To see their highlight video…and the car, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwJlU8_Pt1Y

http://www.langdonvideo.com     kelly@langdonvideo.com     

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