Many times we are asked to film a business profile to be used for website marketing. Recently, we had the pleasure of doing just that for a San Diego entreprenuer. Stacey Ross, founder of San Diego Bargain Mama, has ventured out into providing media consulting services to businesses. Her years of experience gaining media exposure gives her an edge above the rest.
Watch to find out more about Stacey and SR Media Consulting:
If you would like to have us film your business profile for your website or video marketing, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love the opportunity to make your business shine!
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Our Ask a Planner series has covered some great topics. If you haven’t met our panel yet, view their profiles in this blog post. Part one conquered the popular question, “Should we have a first look?” Part two covered, “How do I find the perfect wedding venue?” The panel of planners have given great advice and are now ready for their final series of video responses.
Part 3 of our first Ask a Planner series asks, “How do I make my wedding unique?” Nowadays, brides pour over magazines, bridal blogs and Pinterest looking for the latest trends to add special touches to their nuptials. Hear what our panel of planners suggest for modern couples looking to be a bit different.
Amy Vargas - First Comes Love
Julie Scrivener - The Best Wedding for You
Melissa Barrad - I Do… Weddings!
What are ways you are making your wedding unique?
We are working on our next panel. If you are a planner and would like to be included, send us an email at email@example.com. Are you a bride with a question? We are currently accepting questions for our second panel. Email your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
A typical wedding reception usually consists of a grand entrance, a first dance, toasts and cake cutting. Why not make your wedding reception unique by incorporating video? The current trend of baby photos rotating on a screen is a great way to walk down memory lane, but consider these fresh new ideas to make your reception stand out from the rest.
INTERVIEW THE PARENTS
Ask each set of parents to jump in front of the camera for an interview. They can tell quick childhood stories of the bride and groom growing up. Or ask them questions about the couple. Questions could include:
- How did the Bride and Groom meet?
- How did the Groom propose?
- How many years have the couple been dating?
- When did you know marriage was in their future?
You may be surprised and amused at the answers. The laughs and entertainment will be a hit with your guests.
GET THE BRIDAL PARTY IN ON THE ACTION
If you have a lively bridal party, ask them to make a music video lip snyc. Or, maybe they would like to act out a dramatization of the first date, first kiss and proposal. Or perhaps, they can just send their words of advice to the couple for a long last marriage.
An interview with the bride and groom
describes how they met and fell in love. Consider interviewing each separately to see if there are cute differences in each version. Include photos of first dates and important milestones. Or, if available, include video of the actual proposal.
All of these ideas can be done on your own or with the help of a professional. Have fun and be creative!
A while back we told you about Snap Happy Moms!, a website dedicated to the education of DSLR cameras. Snap Happy Moms! uses online tutorials and in person classes to practices hands on. We were asked to attend a class to show what it is all about. What a great opportunity to see the fun and learning. Check out the short clip to learn more.
Would you like to take a class? Make sure to join the Meetup pageto be informed of the next opportunites.