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My wedding day is fast approaching and I recently am toying with the idea of having a videographer at our wedding. The problem is I'm not sure I have enough room left in the budget to have one. What is the average cost of a videographer and is it really worth the cost in your opinion?

Thanks in advance.

Re: Videographer?

  • JoanE2012JoanE2012 Exit 21 (Jersey!) member
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    That really depends on your area.  I'd post this on your local board or do a google search for your area to find companies.  If the pricing isn't on their webpage, a quick call will get you an answer.
  • tj&cwtj&cw member
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    Ask your photographer if they have a second person that they can bring to video the wedding. That is what we have....I have gone back and forth about having the reception recorded...
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  • Try Thumbtack.  It allows you to put in about what you think you can afford, and then vendors respond to your "ad" with what they are willing to do.
  • Erich&JamieErich&Jamie member
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    edited August 2015
    I was in the EXACT same position! I added a forum about this too. 2 weeks before the wedding I found the perfect videographer and he was affordable. I ended up hiring him and it was the best wedding decision I made, even though I had been on the fence about it budget-wise. You'll never regret it! Ours was $3500, but I believe the average is $5k and up. Our video was more than I could've hoped for. Jamie + Erich Aspen Wedding movie www.amazingweddingmovies.com
  • It is not cheap but I think it is one of most memorable things you can do for your wedding. I highly recommend Kinsmen Productions out of Houston.

    below is my wedding video that they just did.

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