Wedding Film


Your wedding will be one of the most memorable days of your life, and one you’ll want to look back on in the years and even decades to come. Wedding photography is a great way to remember your day but there are some things that just can’t be captured in an image. That’s where wedding videography comes in.

A wedding videographer specialises in capturing your big day to produce a film that you will treasure forever. Their main role is to capture the things that you can’t get from photographs, including emotions, facial expressions, funny moments and the interactions between your family and friends.

You’ll look back on your wedding video for years to come, with future generations looking back on the video to share your magic moment.


This basic package will include a feature-length wedding video, along with a highlights reel to share on social media. This will typically be filmed by one videographer and include the wedding ceremony, speeches and congratulations from your guests. You may also receive some of the unedited footage.


The silver package includes one or two videographers who capture footage from the bride and groom getting ready, all the way through to the first dance. Again, this will be edited together into a feature-length film of your special day along with a highlights reel, and you may also receive some of the unedited footage from the ceremony.


The popular Gold package comes with two videographers to capture your big day. As well as including everything from the mid-range package, aerial footage (drone) of your wedding.


While your wedding cinematography and some unedited video footage will typically be included in your wedding videography package, there are many add-ons available. From extra DVDs to a pre-made montage to show on your wedding day, there are many add-ons available to you.

  • Here are some examples of popular wedding videography add-ons:
  • Separate videos for the ceremony and reception
  • Extra copies of your wedding video on DVD
  • Adding in photos and video clips of your honeymoon
  • Adding in wedding photos to the video
  • Extra unedited footage
  • Making the video look like a Hollywood film
  • Preparing a photo montage to show during your reception
  • Renting a screen for the photo montage