1. We debated about whether or not to get a videographer too. For some reason I had a really distorted idea about what wedding videography was like and didn’t want to pay that much for someone when I could “just have someone put up a tripod”. But I found a really great videographer and fell in love with the cinematic style. His highlight videos look like movie trailers & now it is one of the things I am most excited about for our wedding. 🙂

  2. cathy

    hi, just curious. I notice you get alot of headaches on this blog (or maybe it’s just the posts I read?). do you have really low blood pressure? i do and get headaches at even the slightest level of dehydration.

    • Laura

      Oh my gosh, yes! I’ve linked them to dehydration, but never knew that had anything to do with blood pressure. My headaches have actually gotten a lot better this year (last year was really bad), but I still get them a couple times/month. I almost never feel completely hydrated:(

      • Carla

        You know, my friend has a migraine problem, and it’s blood pressure related, and so is her mom’s headache problem.

  3. Kim

    We couldn not afford a videographer for our wedding, but we got some great footage of important moments from friends with iphones.
    There is something to be said for a great wedding video, but we were more inclined to spend our $ on the stills (and splurges like an amazing DJ and fantastic food).

  4. A lot of brides want to cut the videographer to save money but I always tell people to drop something else! Our wedding video has helped us remember so many things that would have been forgotten by now, and it’s the only way the bride can ever really see the ceremony! We watch it every year on our anniversary and we love it. Just my two cents!

  5. Laura

    Headaches are the worst! Do you think it was correlated to your drinking? Are your headaches just headaches or are they migraines? If they’re related to your drinking and staying out late, I’d be cautious of posting that on a public space, especially since you had to leave work because of it! Do your coworkers know about your blog? Just trying to give you some thoughtful advice. Doesn’t look very professional if you are bragging about sipping winter brews and then saying you had to come home because of a headache. I hope they’re not related, but it’s hard for it to not appear that way 🙂

    • Laura

      They are the worst! And you make a good point! While I think it’s clear that headaches are related to dehydration (drinking) and lack of sleep, I don’t think this one was a direct result of my evening. I only had one beer around 7pm and went to bed at 11 instead of my usual 10:)

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