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To video the wedding, or not to video?

One of the things we have been going back and forth about for our wedding is whether or not to have a videographer. Some people say it is necessary and definitely worth the money, where others admit that they have only watched their wedding video a couple times and that the pictures are enough. 

This is a tough decision because I don’t think it is something we will watch all the time but it may be nice to watch on anniversaries and to show our future children one day. As of right now, I’m leaning toward having one because I know the day will come and go in a flash. It will be so exciting and overwhelming that there may be moments I want to remember but can’t.

When Keith proposed I was so excited and surprised that I didn’t even remember his exact words or if he got down on one knee.  I don’t want to miss out on anything or forget on my wedding day. 

Although pictures can capture these special moments, too, so I may need to do a little more thinking on this one. I think I’m going to do a little more research and look into the opinions of my married friends. If you are reading this and have any opinions, please feel free to share!

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