New York, NY (PRWEB) May 12, 2013
Brides and grooms often hire a photographer and a videographer to capture their walk down the aisle only to see friends and family taking their own videos via cell phones or camcorders. The professional wedding video can be expensive and is usually stored away and only sees the light of day on anniversaries. ChicagoBusiness.com recently profiled custom video site Storymix Media and Do the Bride a Favor is excited to endorse the growing company. Storymix Media allows wedding guests’ videos to be uploaded to a group album via a free iPhone app. This can then be edited by the bride and groom or a professional team into a personalized wedding video at a fraction of the price of a traditional videographer.
Storymix Media allows brides and grooms to capture their wedding from different points of view. Videos from guests and those in the bridal party will allow the bride and groom to get behind-the-scenes footage along with special moments that a regular videographer may miss out on. Getting guests’ footage of the ceremony and reception including footage of the personalized wedding favors such as chiclets creation all the way through to the garter toss is a wonderful alternative to the typical one-camera perspective. Placing a sign at the entrance to the ceremony, or an announcement in the wedding program are both great ways to let guests know that they can be involved in the wedding video creation. Do the Bride a Favor believes that Storymix Media could also be used for videos of wedding showers and bachelorette parties allowing the bride-to-be to enjoy their event from different perspectives and for a much cheaper price than the typical videographer.
Do the Bride a Favor endorses Storymix Media which allows wedding guests to capture and upload their videos into a customizable wedding video that can be edited by the bride and groom or a professional team.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website that offers the best in emerging wedding ideas, including favors and creative ways to incorporate candy into an event.