Are you getting married in 2020?
If so, you’re probably wondering whether it will be able to go ahead or not. For us, wedding season was due to start at the beginning of April for us and we were looking forward to filming lots of weddings right through until the end of the year.
The announcement of the closure of wedding venues has led to many couples questioning whether they need to change their wedding plans or postpone. I want to reassure you that if you decide to change your wedding date, there will be no extra costs involved, and I will do my absolute best to accommodate you. We have a small team of amazing videographers that are ready to film no matter what happens.
Please be aware 2021 is looking very busy, and popular dates have already been taken. This is the same for all suppliers and it maybe that if you change your date you don’t get your first choice, therefore it is important to let us know as soon as possible if you’re contemplating changing your date so we can check our availability and make whatever changes possible. I’m sure with enough notice your guests will make themselves available to share your special day, whatever the date.
Alternatively, if you decide to downsize your wedding, our unobtrusive style will enable us to naturally capture your wedding and our fast track edit option will enable you to share your day with your friends and family that are unable to attend. We may also be able to offer other bespoke options if required.
Finally, if your wedding can go ahead as planned, but I become sick and need to self-isolate, then I will send one of my other team members. If they’re not available, I am also part of a national wedding videographers forums and we have arranged a support network to cover our colleagues in such events, so please rest assured, if your wedding goes ahead we will be there to capture it.