4 Tips to Take from Nikki Reed’s Adorable Wedding Video
The photos are a crucial element to your big day, but the real magic lies in the beauty of the wedding video. While the photos will be undeniably gorgeous, a lot of them will most likely be staged and semi-formal. Video on the other hand, allows you to look back and see your friends and family enjoying the celebration in a real, authentic manner.
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You are My every dream brought to life We are A cosmic collision This is A lifetime felt in every moment I'm by your side My love My human...happy one month. Thank you @glassjarphotos for capturing the most important day of our lives... Thank you @clairepettibone for creating this work of art aka my dress... Music by @johnnyswim Event by @afreemanevents
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1. Wait until just before sunset. Whether you’re a photographer or not, we’re guessing you’ve probably heard of “the golden hour” before. This is a time when daylight is redder and softer compared to when the sun is higher in the sky. If you’re looking for that soft, sun-kissed look wait until then to shoot some of the important shots.
2. Make sure to film those special moments before the wedding. While you probably remember every second of preparing for your big day, you might not know exactly what went into your partner’s prenuptial routine. Was he nervous or super calm? Watch the video and find out.
3. Choose a song that suits your vibe. Are you and your new beau a super silly couple? Be sure to have your soundtrack reflect that. The Johnnyswim song Nikki and Ian chose is pretty much the epitome of a love song, but don’t feel like you have to go for something as intense if that’s not you.
4. Be sure to have shots of both you + your partner and your wedding party. When you rewatch this video after 50 years of marriage it’s going to warm your heart to see how happy you both were on your wedding day. But we’re guessing you’re also going to want to remember all the people who celebrated with you. Make sure to have the videographer capture wedding guests getting down on the dance floor and sending you well wishes.
Did you do anything creative for your wedding video? Share a link with us in the comments below.
(Photo via @iamnikkireed and Mark Davis/Getty)