1. Basic Package- $1000
Includes video coverage of the full ceremony and major events from the reception, 1
camera HD coverage, professional sound, up to 40 hours of professional editing, custom
DVD menu, 3 DVD copies (one for the couple and one each for the parents of the
couple.) DVD’s and Cases are custom printed and labeled.
*The full ceremony will be included on the DVD, along with other creative “music video”
type clips, & all major events from reception.
*No more than 6 hours of coverage, including setup.
2. Two Camera Package- $1500 (MOST POPULAR PACKAGE)
Includes all of the above listed in the Basic package, but allows for more creative editing
and a MUCH better overall video due to the use of 2 cameras / 2 cameramen. Having a
separate cameraman allows one cameraman to position in a way to capture the overall
ceremony allowing the other cameraman to get closer to the action and get really nice
close up shots of the bride and groom. This allows for a much more intimate and
3. Ceremony Package - $600
This includes 1 camera HD video coverage of the ceremony only. Footage will be edited
into a short music video, and the full ceremony will be included on the DVD.
*No Reception footage in this package
A 50% deposit is required to hold your date, and will be deducted from the overall total.
Remaining balance is due 2 weeks before wedding date.
*Overtime Videography Rate- $100 per ó hour
Additional Wedding package DVD Copies- $25
*3 copies are included. This is only if you need more than 3 copies.
Video Memory Booth - $800
Our memory booth is very unique. We will setup a booth at your reception hall for a 3-
hour period. During the evening we will allow anyone in attendance to step into the
memory booth and share a personal story, well wishes, etc… We also provide funny
props (wigs, glasses etc…) that the guests can choose to wear for the message to make
it fun. These video clips will then be edited into your final wedding video DVD or may be
put on a separate disc. It is very similar to a traditional photo booth only with video.
*The Memory Booth requires an outlet to power it. In most cases we can position
it somewhere along a reception hall wall with an outlet. Our memory booth is not sound
proof, so it is not a good idea to position it near the DJ as the sound may be
compromised. We appreciate your help in planning for these two things when laying out
your reception hall.
Videographer: Dustin Haywood