Wedding Videographers for LGBTQ Weddings
Find professional LGBTQ wedding videographers near you. Choose your videography vendor by location, past experience and customer reviews. Find the best same-sex wedding videoraphers in your area.
Advice From EVOL.LGBT
How to choose an LGBTQ wedding videographer?
Starting to think about hiring a wedding videographer? Kick off the search by looking for videographers whose videos you love. Browse portfolios and save any that stand out to you.
If you know your wedding date, you’re ready to begin the search. When considering options think about timing, how many shooters you want, who gets video rights, and if packages are customizable.
Once you’ve found a videographer whose look you love, it’s time to learn if your personalities click. (Pun intended!) Reach out via EVOL.LGBT’s “Request Quote” feature, which walks you through the key pieces of info to share.
Frequently Asked Questions
Check answer to common questions about choosing LGBTQ wedding videographers.
How much does it cost to hire a wedding videographer?
The cost of a wedding videographer does vary widely depending on your pro’s experience and level of expertise, in addition to your wedding’s location. The average cost of a wedding videographer in the U.S. is around $1,799 with most couples spending between $1,000 to $2,500.
Should you have a videographer at your wedding?
We think it’s worth it if at all possible to hire videographer for your wedding. Here are some of the benefits of wedding videography: your wedding videographer will capture movement and sound; wedding videos encapsulate the emotions of your special day; you won’t see everything on your wedding day—but your video will. Don’t forget wedding videos are easily shareable and of course you can watch your wedding video again and again.
How much do you tip a wedding videographer?
Consider how much you want to tip individual vendors as part of your overall wedding budget. The tip for a videographer could range anywhere from $50 to $100, and even more if there is an assistant involved or, in the instance where it may be part of the contract fees, when working with a larger company.
What to ask wedding videographer?
Before you choose videographer for your wedding you better ask a few questions. Ask videographer about his/her experience, especially in weddings, in what style he or she works, what input do you want from us, and what do you prefer to have final say on? How does your pricing work and have you ever worked with my photographer? Have you shot at my ceremony or reception venue before? Will there be a second shooter, a stationary camera or any other backup cameras for our wedding?