When Doug and I started planning our wedding, I immediately focused on finding our photographers because the photos were so important to me. We also started discussing whether to hire a videographer. We were keen on having a wedding film made but also cautious thanks to the additional cost. I reached out to my network for their recommendations and absolutely everyone recommended Little Tree Studios. I got in touch with Little Tree, but Doug and I were still discussing whether or not we wanted to go for it.
Various couples we know strongly recommended doing a wedding video, saying that it was the best decision they made and completely worth the expense. A few friends of ours who didn't do a video also expressed their candid regret that they wished they had a wedding film made since the wedding day itself goes so, so fast. Four months had passed since we got engaged, and we felt more confident that we could make it work within our budget. I reached back out to Little Tree and lo and behold, they had one spot left for 2016. I was thrilled, and it felt meant to be.
In the end, we're so glad that we have a beautiful film to capture our wedding day and really immerse ourselves in those moments. A few of my favorite aspects include the wonderful, loving words from family and friends who toasted us plus seeing how my dress moved when I walked down the stairs at my parents' house to head to the church. We plan to watch the film every year to commemorate our anniversary, accompanied by a toast with bubbly, and I suspect that viewing it will get sweeter each year. If you want to see the teaser for our wedding film, you can find it here.