With the downtown Chicago skyline as their inspiration and The Royal Fox Country Club as their wedding backdrop, Alicia and Tony were married May 20, 2017. Their ceremony included tear-filled vows, while their reception kicked off with laughter and champagne thanks to a few jokes and well wishes from the Father of the […]
Chicago Wedding Videography
Paige and Joe were married November 12, 2016 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Park Ridge and hosted their wedding reception at Belvedere in Elk Grove Village. Mike Staff Productions was honored to provide DJ, Photography, and Videography for them and their families. The Wedding of Paige and Joe from Mike Staff Productions, Inc. on Vimeo.
Courtney and Taylor were married June 25, 2016 at Misty Farm, where they also hosted their wedding reception. Mike Staff Productions was honored to provide DJ, Photography, and Videography for them and their families.
Tessa and Darren were married July 3, 2016 at Castle Farms, where they also hosted their wedding reception. Mike Staff Productions was honored to provide DJ, Photography, and Videography for them and their families.
Melinda and Josh were married June 25, 2016 at Waldenwoods, where they also hosted their wedding reception. Mike Staff Productions was honored to provide Videography services fro them and their families.
Priscila and Cory were married June 11, 2016 at Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel where they also hosted their wedding reception. Mike Staff Productions was honored to provide DJ Photography and Videography services for them and their families.
There are many people who play important roles on your wedding day. The wedding planner keeps things moving in the right direction, the officiantperforms the ceremony and ensures that your marriage is legal, and your videographer captures moments from your wedding day that you will see and hear for the rest of your life. So how do you choose the right videographer? Here are some helpful talking points to ask your videographer to make sure that you have the best experience possible.
Having a personalized wedding video is nothing short of incredible. This is a gift that will only grow more valued and treasured as time goes on. Hearing and seeing all the different parts of your wedding day as the years go by is truly remarkable and meaningful. Being able to take in the wedding fashion, remembering the music that was played and how the décor looked will be enjoying through the years and especially to share with future kids and family members. Here are a few ways to personalize your wedding video.
Your pinterest boards are packed with ideas. That perfect dress, the elegant chignon updo, the vibrant uplighting to perfectly offsite your wedding day decor… yes, wedding planning is an exciting time, but let’s get real; if you don’t hire the right vendors, your dream wedding can run into problems pretty quickly.
This week Mike Staff Productions was featured in an article on MagnetStreet.com’s wedding blog “Truly Engaging” where we spoke about ALL things wedding videography.