Dallas Videographer Available for Autumn Weddings

Don’t Worry! It’s Not Too Late to Book A Videographer for Autumn Weddings

May and June may be the most popular dates for weddings, but every season is wedding season.  The rich warm colors of autumn create beautiful wedding days.  Perhaps you’re getting married this fall and you haven’t really considered whether to hire a videographer or not.  We’ve got good news.  It’s not too late to book a Dallas Wedding Videographer.  

Benefits of an Autumn Wedding

Each season has its own charm, but autumn weddings benefit from a beautiful array of color:  rich warm colors like pumpkin, spice and gold; deep hues like eggplant, ultramarine and evergreen; and gorgeous neutrals like charcoal, umber or ecru.  These splendid colors can be used to create remarkable wedding palette.

Autumn offers many themes, too.  Imagine invitations with a border of falling leaves.  Calla lilies, orchids, roses, snap dragons and delphiniums are just a few of the flowers which are in season.  Sit-down dinners with pumpkin soup, signature drinks made with warm apple cider or hot chocolate or a groom’s cake covered with candied pecans are fall food choices that will get your guests salivating.  Then send your guests home with a favor they’ll enjoy like apple butter, maple syrup or decorated pine cones.

Many brides discover more guests are available in autumn, because they don’t have to work around family vacations, graduations and other weddings.  The real bonus is the savings a bride can get because there’s not as much demand for venues, wedding planners and other wedding-only vendors.  Often a venue will offer deep discounts rather than have an empty date on their calendar.

Perhaps as you’ve been planning your fall wedding you’ve discovered some of these discounts.  Perhaps you really wanted to have a professionally produced wedding video, but you just didn’t see how you could afford it.  Maybe you’ve found just enough in the budget for a videographer or someone has come forward and offered it as a gift.

If you think it’s too late