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The problem with wedding videos is that they tend to do exactly what they say on the tin: namely, offer a minute-by-minute, true-to-life, unedited account of your happy day.

6th October, 2007

The problem with wedding videos is that they tend to do exactly what they say on the tin: namely, offer a minute-by-minute, true-to-life, unedited account of your happy day.

Without a video to demonstrate the contrary, you can take your guests’ polite thank-you cards, generous donations and gushings over your gorgeous dress at face value.

Fail to hire a videographer to record the occasion of your joyous union, and you’re free to fondly imagine...

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