It may seem like common sense to have a videographer on your wedding day, capturing the moments you will want to treasure forever. But what about all of the other special moments leading up to the wedding, like the rehearsal dinner? It is often overlooked when planning for a videographer and there are a few good reasons why you shouldn’t.
People are more comfortable
The dinner isn’t as formal as the wedding or reception, and along with the smaller crowd, people are more themselves. This means speeches are lighter and people are more likely to share the best stories.
Everyone is Nostalgic
Speaking of stories, in this intimate setting of your closest friends and family, the best stories are ripe for recording. Everyone is bursting at the seams with love for the couple and wanting to share their memories. Catching these memories on video will be priceless.
Speeches and Slideshows
Some weddings don’t have speeches or slideshows at the reception and the rehearsal dinner is the only chance to capture these.
To sum it up, some of the most memorable and special moments can only be caught at the rehearsal dinner. Having the videographer there to capture them will make your wedding video priceless and unique.