Wedding photography is a  incredible important for the majority of couples getting married. After all, the day only lasts a wedding only lasts a certain amount of hours so photography can help remember a moment for generations to come. Photography is a great way to look back on your wedding and cherish the day. An even better way to remember it is by seeing it all over again with Videography.

The thought of having your big day filmed and turned into a mini movie to keep forever appeals to many couples. Videographers meet with couples to discuss how they would like their wedding filmed and offer different packages including a video story before the wedding as a save-the-date DVD.

Apricot Tree are a small company who offer a boutique wedding photography and videography service. They travel all over Europe to capture the essence of each couple and every film. Every film is unique and as beautiful as the next. Here is a link to one of the weddings which Apricot Tree filmed:

Apricot Tree describe themselves as;

“A mixture of non intrusive reportage photography with a natural feel and faithful colour to the dramatic and stylised look of our signature portraits.”

Sean and Casey are a married couple and the owners of this company. Sean is responsible for creating the films and Casey does the photography. They aim to be as discreet as possible, most guests at wedding are not even aware there is filming going on – although this could be due to the free bar!

Another service Apricot tree offer is ‘Marryoke’. This is a fun and quirky way of capturing a wedding day and can be a great way to release any pre-wedding jitters!

To watch other films and to view the packages they have to offer, visit their website:

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