- “Princess” package, which is best for couples who just want to be able to watch the wedding ceremony in the future.
- “Duchess” package for coverage of the ceremony and reception.
- “Grand Duchess” package, for couples who want different angles of their ceremony and reception with some on-screen titles and music.
- “Queen” package is for couples who want their wedding video to be viewed like a professional movie on DVD, with interviews and special effects will likely opt for a premium package.
- “Empress” package is best for couples who want every part of their wedding captured, from the rehearsal through the final song at the reception, edited like a documentary or movie.
- “For those on a very tight budget, a friend or relative with a good video camera should be able to capture the important moments at a minimal cost.”This footage can be sent to us for a slight edit of the video and a full copy DVD with full color.
- “Princess” will typically include single-camera coverage of the wedding ceremony only, roughly 30 to 45 minutes, and a minimum of one edited video, with or without music.
- “Duchess”includes everything in the “Princess” also covering the reception, from one to three hours.
- “Grand Duchess” includes two cameras at the ceremony, one or two cameras at the reception, up to 5 hours of coverage, lighting, and at least three copies of the edited DVD with custom music, basic titles or on-screen menus.
- “Queen” includes two or three cameras at both the ceremony and reception and up to 8 hours of coverage. Coverage may begin with preparation or decoration of the ceremony and reception locations and the bridal party getting dressed, ending after some coverage of the reception. Queen package also includes custom music, titles and on-screen menus; a photo montage (from a formal portrait sitting or personal photos of the couple); and interviews with parents, siblings, grandparents, and the wedding party.
- “Empress” includes everything in the “Queen” package with unlimited time coverage. They include the additional interviews as well as the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner. We also offer a video “simulcast”, which entails playing live footage at the ceremony on a screen and replaying footage from the ceremony on a screen at the reception.