“I wish we would have hired a wedding videographer”


This is the #1 thing I have heard from couples who didn’t have a videographer on their wedding day. When Eric and I got married, photography and videography were at the top of my list. Once we got our wedding film back, I got really emotional seeing how Eric and I looked at each other. I cried all over again when I watched my first look with my dad.

Video strikes emotions that photos don’t. There is something incredible about watching things in motion, hearing people laugh and cheer, and hearing your vows all over again. It really is one of the most surreal feelings to see your seemingly normal life set to music and looking like a Hollywood film.

I can’t wait to show my children and our grandchildren our wedding film.

Wedding videography is an investment. I don’t say this as a business. I say this as somebody who cut other wedding costs in order to have a videographer. Thanks to my parents, I have video of us growing up – birthdays, recitals (all the recitals), playing in the backyard… I wouldn’t trade that for anything. 

If you’re on the fence about hiring a videographer, Junebug Weddings published a blog about why you should hire a videographer, and they hit the nail on the head!

Weddings start at $3200

Check out some of my recent work!


Taylor & Moriah | Piney River Ranch | Vail, Colorado Wedding Videographer from Elizabeth Mae on Vimeo.

Carissa & Justin | Perry Park Country Club, Colorado Wedding Videographer from Elizabeth Mae on Vimeo.

Erika & Brad | Tenmile Station, Breckenridge, CO from Elizabeth Mae on Vimeo.