If wedding photography is an art, then so is wedding videography. It’s true that a picture speaks a thousand words, but a video will transport you right back to that special day by immersing you in the sights and sounds of one of your most cherished memories. For this reason alone, choosing the right wedding videographer is paramount.
Videographers need a variety of things to be successful at their trade. They need inspiration, creativity, understanding of movement, respect for their subjects, artistic direction, and intimate knowledge of their equipment. Our top 15 wedding videographers have all of these things and more!
Wedding Videography by Aaron Novak Films
Aaron Novak is no stranger to industry recognition. He was featured in the Harper's Bazaar list of Best Wedding Filmmakers in the World and is widely respected in the industry for his creativity and supreme professionalism. Novak takes an unobtrusive yet present approach to videography, ensuring that he captures the moments that matter without disrupting the natural flow of your special day. His aesthetic varies according to the style and personality of the couple but in the end, all of his works have the same polished and timeless quality to them.
Wedding Videography by Anna Lord Studio
After 13 years in the wedding industry, Anna Lord has experience in almost every aspect of a wedding celebration. Her photography experience informs her filmmaking and helps her create unique products for each of her couples. Lord gets to know her couples and uses that intimate knowledge to craft a meaningful and moving wedding film for her couples to cherish for years to come.
Wedding Videography by Bordoni Films
On the Bordoni Films website, it says “Your wedding is a limited edition experience”, and this perfectly captures their approach to wedding filmmaking. The duo behind Bordoni Films travels the world creating unforgettable wedding films. They want to capture every secret smile, every wink, every tear, and every emotion because these are the things that make your wedding day special. And, more importantly, these are the things you want to remember forever.
Wedding Videographer Caleb Jordan Lee
Caleb Jordan Lee of East West specializes in destination weddings. He and his team have traveled the world capturing nuptials in the most beautiful destinations on the planet. It’s one thing to film in familiar surroundings, it’s quite another to do it in a new country and produce the kind of quality that Lee and his team at East West produce. They’ve been featured in some of the biggest publications in the wedding industry and with good reason! East West was also selected as the videography team for Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s wedding!
Wedding Videography by Madeleine
Madeleine, the friendly face behind Films by Madeleine, believes that there is beauty in every moment and she aims to capture as many as possible to ensure you remember all of the enchanting things about your wedding. She creates an emotional journey with her filmmaking, catching some of the things that you may not have noticed. Emotion is a difficult thing to see and Madeleine not only captures that moment itself, but she also catches the moments leading up to that one unforgettable instant.
Wedding Videography by Here After Films
Made up of Ryan and Sharayah Kurowski, Here After Films isn’t a traditional wedding filmmaking team. They “dig love” and enjoy capturing weddings in an off-beat and unique style. They have taken decided steps away from classic wedding imagery and instead want to capture the things that speak to your personality as a couple. The intake of breath before the bride walks down the aisle, the groom’s face before he first lays eyes on his wife to be in her dress, the wipe of a few tears from the mother of the bride – these are the moments that matter the most.
Wedding Videography by Jay and Mack Films
Jay and Mack Films consists of a couple very much in love. Jay and Mack are all about the story and their filmmaking process puts emphasis on your unique journey as a couple. The more information you give them, the more personalized your wedding film will be. They are driven by each celebration’s individual vibe and because of this, their portfolio is as unique as each one of their subjects.
Wedding Videography by Le Rêve Films
Lindsey and Cherish Conklin launched Le Rêve Films in 2010 and have been traveling the world making beautiful wedding films ever since. They specialize in weaving visual tapestries that families will love long after their wedding day. Wedding filmmakers need to go that extra mile to make sure that they catch every second that matters. These moments don’t have to be the traditional ones, they can be anything from a hand squeeze between grandparents and a wink between the groom and his father to a smile from the flower girls and a tear or two from the guests.
Wedding Videography by Liron Erel & Co
Liron Erel grew up spending summers in the South of France. Ever since those special moments with his family, he has had a passion for beauty and the emotion that exists between people. He brings this passion into every project and believes that videographers cannot have just one approach to wedding videography. Every couple is different and to not tailor your approach to each coupe would be doing that couple a disservice. Erel’s work captures all of the things that matter.
Wedding Videographer Max Cutrone
Max Cutrone creates modern wedding films that few others can replicate. His approach to capturing these moments is similar to most videographers but that is where the similarities end. The end product is a modern and remarkable wedding film that you’ll be able to show your family for generations to come.
Wedding Videography by Moon & Back Co
While the various members of Moon & Back Co are spread across the globe, they are all bound by the same shared vision and respect for capturing the hidden instants that matter in a wedding. The talent behind Moon & Back Co are passionate about telling your special story and they use the footage they take to craft a cinematic sequence of unforgettable moments that you can show your children and their children in the future.
Wedding Videographer Peyton Frank
This female-owned and operated business is run by Peyton Frank herself. While she is based in Dallas, Texas, Frank travels all over the United States working at all types of weddings and celebrations. By beautifully combining captured footage, sound, and light, Peyton Frank makes magic with her lens. She was named one of the Best Wedding Filmmakers in the World by Harper’s Bazaar.
Sculpting With Time Productions
Sculpting With Time Productions was founded by husband and wife pair Alex and Whitney Douglas. By their own admission, the Sculpting With Time Productions team is known for the “bold, over-the-top look and feel” of their films. They have even won an Emmy! Alex and Whitney create real relationships with their clients and this allows them to capture their subjects completely at ease on their special day. Without that bond, having a videographer in the room might be uncomfortable for their clients, and this will, of course, affect the feel of the end product.
Wedding Videography by Storybox Cinema
The Storybox Cinema approach to wedding videography turns clients into friends and leaves them beaming long after their special day. The team at Storybox Cinema has traveled the world to capture weddings of every tradition, culture, and religion. Their global approach to wedding videography combines documentary-style filming with modern and exciting editing. Their wedding films are cutting-edge and instantly recognizable as the work of Storybox Cinema.
Wedding Videography by White in Revery
White in Revery has an engaging and captivating videography style. Having produced over 200 wedding videos, each unique in their own way, the team at White in Revery has no end to their creative spirit. The team is made up of Kristine Rhome, Calen Rhome, and Levi Tijerina. They all share a passion for honest videography and their approach is tailored for each couple they work with. They maintain a strong focus on audio and story in every film they make.