Cheap Wedding Video Tips

You definitely don't want to skimp on something as important as the photos and music that you have at your wedding; however, you also don’t to break the bank on it either. This article is meant to give you cheap wedding video tips so that you can save money on your audio and video etc. for your wedding. Not everyone can afford a professional to take pictures and play music for their wedding. Many would rather get married in city hall rather than pay all of that extra money. Here are some great tips to saving money on your audio/video at your wedding:

1. Place an ad in a college for students who are majoring in audio/video to come and do your wedding. When you do this, you can find people who have professional equipment and training at bargain basement prices. Let them know that you are hosting bidding for the project and watch them fight for the honor.
2. Get student photographers and amateurs to take some pictures for you by using the same means as above
3. Hand out disposable cameras at your reception so that your guests can share their experience at your wedding for you.
4. Get a friend or family member to videotape the ceremony for you as well in lieu of a wedding gift
5. Hire students and hobbyists to play the music at your reception
6. Use an MP3 player to play the music so that you don’t have to hire anyone at all. Just place CDs into it that automatically plays the songs that you want in the order that you want. Use burned CDs rather than buying a bunch of them

You do not have to hire a professional but if you want to, here are some tips for getting a good deal: Choose a photography package instead of purchasing all of the services separately. If there is something you want that isn't included, ask the photographer if you can make an exchange that won’t make the price higher. Be careful about choosing the smallest or cheapest package. You may end up spending a lot more money after the wedding for all the extra prints alter. Check out any extras you are offered. Do not be fooled by the words “deluxe, premium or Ultimate”.