The Key Benefits of Dental Veneers

Transform Your Smile With This Cosmetic Treatment

If you lack confidence in your smile, veneers can be the solution to a wide range of aesthetic dental complaints.

More than 50% of British adults are revealed to hate their teeth, which causes them to avoid smiling. Such a tactic may prevent people from seeing the state of your teeth, but it can also hold you back in social circles, relationships and even career progression if you’re not relaxed enough to smile. This is particularly disheartening when cosmetic dental procedures are widely available across the UK, and they’re now also seen as a cost-effective way to dramatically change your appearance and change your life for the better. One such treatment is the application of dental veneers. Read on to learn more about the benefits of this treatment.

What Are Dental Veneers?

A veneer is a thin layer of either porcelain or composite material that is custom-made to fit across the front of your teeth. It works in a similar way to a false fingernail, providing an attractive and uniform look for your smile that perhaps would be more challenging to achieve with your natural teeth.

How Can Veneers Help My Smile?

Veneers offer a multitude of benefits for your teeth, there’s very little they can’t improve when it comes to enhancing the aesthetic appearance of your smile. Veneers are a great choice if you have teeth that are chipped, broken or discoloured. They’re also useful if you have gaps between your teeth that you’d rather weren’t there, for example in the middle of your two front teeth if a brace isn’t a suitable solution for you. Depending on the condition of your teeth and the look you’re trying to achieve, you can opt for either a single veneer or an entire set of veneers to be fit.

In the case of a broken tooth, a single veneer would be appropriate, and it would be custom-made to match the size and shade of your existing teeth. Alternatively, if you have a significantly wonky set of teeth that are permanently discoloured due to lifestyle habits such as smoking or drinking caffeine, then you may wish to have multiple veneers fit instead to provide you with a dazzling new smile.

Advantages of Choosing Veneers

Veneers can be applied relatively easily, usually over two separate appointments. The first will be a preparation visit which usually involves removing some of the enamel from the front of the tooth which helps the veneer to bond. At this appointment, your dental veneers Essex team will also take an impression of the tooth and match the shade to your existing teeth. At your next visit, the veneer will be fitted into place with a strong bonding adhesive.

You have the option to choose between porcelain or composite veneers, both of which have their advantages. If you’re on a smaller budget, then composites are the solution for you, as they’re more affordable so long as you’re willing to replace the veneers after a few years if they have stained. If you’re looking for a longer-lasting solution, then porcelain veneers are ideal and can last for ten to fifteen years.

If you lack confidence in your smile and don’t want it to hold you back any longer, then consider veneers to transform the appearance of your teeth and put the sparkle back in you!  

Project management – 7 key steps for success

How to deliver a successful project

Project management can be a difficult job but by following a few key principles you can ensure that your project stays on track.

The role of project manager can be a difficult one. With so many elements to manage, it’s all too easy to take your eye off the ball, which in turn can adversely affect the project outcome.

However, there are some key principles you can follow that will help your project to stay on track and deliver results.

Understand the requirements

In order to deliver a successful project you first need to fully understand exactly what the requirements are. It’s important to create a detailed project brief that sets out the scope and objectives of the project, key deliverables and milestones, and what budget and resources are required. Agreeing these elements with the client from the beginning will help you to plan effectively and avoid any unwelcome surprises.

Create a detailed plan

Planning is key to effective project management and having a clear brief will enable you to develop a detailed plan for the project delivery. A good plan should cover all bases, and encouraging your team to participate in the planning process will help you to do this. It’s also worth remembering that project management can be unpredictable and things are likely to change as the project progresses. So, while your plan needs to be detailed, it also needs to be flexible enough to adapt to changing circumstances.

Choose the right team

A project is only as good as the team behind it, and ensuring you have the right mix of people working on your project is a crucial element of project management. For best results, choose team members whose skills and abilities are a good match for the project requirements – and try to keep the team to a manageable size. Smaller, more agile teams tend to get better results and experts recommend working with a team of no more than ten people.

Allocate roles and responsibilities

With your team in place it’s time to start allocating roles and responsibilities. Everyone has a specific role to play in the delivery of the project and, as project manager, it is your job to make sure each team member understands their role and how it contributes to the overall project. At the same time, be sure to give your team some space – avoid micromanaging and give them the trust and confidence they need to produce their best work.

Clear communication

Project failure can often be attributed to poor communication, so maintaining clear lines of communication with your team, clients and other stakeholders is vital for a successful outcome. Make time to hold regular catch-up meetings where you can discuss the status of the project, check progress against key milestones, raise any potential issues, and brainstorm possible solutions. Try to avoid getting bogged down in too much detail and instead concentrate on communicating the most relevant and most urgent information.

Use the right tools

The good news about project management is that you haven’t got to do it all alone. There are lots of tools out there, such as resource management software and workflow automation programmes, that are specifically designed to make project management more efficient and effective, so don’t be afraid to harness this technology to make your life easier and improve your project management practices.

Be agile

In today’s dynamic business environment, some traditional project management methodologies can seem inflexible and overly-bureaucratic. As we’ve already mentioned, project management can be unpredictable, so you need to be agile enough to roll with the punches and quickly deal with any issues that arise. By working flexibly and responsively you’ll be perfectly placed to deliver a great result for your client.

The best advice we can give in regards to project management is to always be prepared. With the right planning, the right attitude and the right team behind you, you’ll be well on track to manage a successful project that delivers on its objectives.

How To Shoot Great Wildlife Photography

Sitting Back and Waiting for the Action To Unfold

Preparation, planning and patience are all key in wildlife photography.  

Wildlife photography is a beautiful pursuit for those who love to connect with nature. However, animals don’t always make the most willing of subjects, so patience is just one of the skills you’ll need to have in your bag when you decide to take wildlife shots. This guide will help you understand how to create quality wildlife pics that are a class above some of the stock images you might find online.

Connecting With Your Subject

Your first task as a photographer is to choose what you’re going to be shooting. This may be as adventurous as a herd of buffalo on the Serengeti, or the ducks at your local fish pond. Although these subjects may seem very different, the trick to taking stunning pictures of them is the same and it all comes down to knowing your subject well.

As your subjects are unlikely to pose for you, and may even be nervous of your presence, you’ll need to be prepared to stay with them, or hang out discreetly nearby for several hours at a time, learning their habits and how to connect with them. By understanding them, you’ll have a better chance of capturing the perfect moment when they do something interesting, but you’ll also be able to anticipate their actions in advance. Eye contact between your subject and the camera is hard to achieve but if captured, this can produce a stunning image.

Knowing Your Kit

You might be waiting around for several hours and only get twenty seconds of action from your wildlife, so when the moment strikes it’s essential that you’re ready. This is where knowing your kit inside out is vital. Make sure that you’re aware of where all the buttons and gadgets are on your choice of camera and that you can do everything quickly, with minimal effort. You won’t want to be adjusting your tripod or changing lenses in the middle of all the action.

Understand the Light

Wildlife photographers don’t have the luxury of sitting in a studio and manipulating the light, so you need to be prepared to get up early and work with nature. Usually getting up and out before sunrise is a good idea depending on the country that you’re shooting in, so that you can take plenty of pictures in the morning before the strongest light shines from midday until late afternoon. If it’s too sunny then this may disrupt the light in your shots, although polarising filters can help somewhat.

Lens Choices

Generally speaking, wildlife photography requires you to use a camera with an excellent telephoto lens, but this often depends on the subject. For animals or birds you’ll be capturing from a distance, this is absolutely essential so it’s important to invest in the highest quality camera and lens combo you can afford. But quality cameras don’t always come cheap, so if money is an issue for you, then you could always raise some extra funds if you have an old Nikon camera lying around for example. Simply visit a specialised sell my Nikon camera platform, or any other top camera brand, and you’ll receive a quote for your equipment. Once approved, you’ll receive a bank deposit on the same day which you can put towards a fantastic new camera with a top telephoto lens.

Wildlife photography is all about preparation, planning and patience. Plan what kit you’re going to take with you, be prepared to get to know your subject intimately, and be patient waiting for the action to unfold!

When timeshares go wrong – and what you can do about it

Common problems with timeshare contracts

Owning a timeshare can seem like a dream but the industry is plagued by a number of issues that can turn that dream into a nightmare.

Buying a timeshare can sound like a dream come true. You get your own little piece of paradise and a guaranteed holiday every year – what could possibly go wrong?

Well, quite a lot as it happens.

The industry is plagued by a number of issues and, after succumbing to the industry’s infamous hard-sell tactics, timeshare owners all too often find themselves trapped in costly and restrictive contracts that fail to live up to their expectations.

Unfair contracts

After the excitement of purchasing a timeshare, many owners find that they are tied in to lengthy and unfair contracts. A large number of timeshares comes with ‘in perpetuity’ contracts which tie owners to their timeshare for 50 years or more, and even for life in some instances. And given that timeshares can be difficult to sell-on, in years to come you could find yourself saddled with a property that you no longer want or use.

Hidden charges

As a timeshare owner, you expect to pay out for routine maintenance costs, tax and utilities, but what you may not realise is that timeshare contracts often contain other hidden charges. These include costs such as ‘special assessment fees’ which are used to cover property upgrades, repairs, and anything else the resort management decides is necessary. And even those routine costs we mentioned are subject to significant increases, potentially rising by as much as 12% each year!

Restricted bookings

When it comes to actually using their property, many timeshare owners experience booking difficulties. A ‘fixed week’ contract allocates you a set time period at the property each year, and if that time period is not suitable, you will either have to rent it out or consider it a loss for that year. A ‘floating week’ contract, which enable owners to choose a week within a set timeframe, appear to offer more flexibility but, in reality, the more popular dates get booked up incredibly quickly, leaving many timeshare owners disappointed. The upshot is that many owners pay a lot of money for a property that they’re unable to get full use out of.

Timeshare compensation

Buying a timeshare is a big investment and it can be hugely upsetting and frustrating when things don’t go according to plan. However, there is something you can do to remedy it.

If you’ve experienced any of the scenarios we’ve mentioned above, you could be eligible for timeshare compensation, and a growing number of dissatisfied timeshare owners are using this as a route to escape their timeshare contract and recoup lost money. Pursuing a timeshare compensation claim can be a costly and complex process, so it’s important to have all your paperwork in order before you start the ball rolling. There are also a lot of unscrupulous scammers out there who are only too happy to prey on unhappy timeshare owners, so be extra wary of any cold callers offering assistance.

If you’re considering a compensation claim, we would always recommend speaking to specialist timeshare lawyers. A legal professional with expertise in this area will be able to assess the validity of your claim, provide impartial advice, and guide you through the claims process to help you get a positive outcome.

Make 2020 The Year You Say Goodbye to Your Tattoo

Everything You Need to Know About Laser Tattoo Removal

As 2019 draws to a close, start laser tattoo removal now for the best chance of being ink-free in 2020.

Do you have an unwanted tattoo that you would love to get rid of? Then why not make an early New Year’s resolution and look into saying goodbye to it for good? Here’s where to find the best tattoo removal London has to offer, and how to get the most out of your sessions.

Find a great tattoo removal company

The first thing you need to do is to find a great tattoo removal practitioner. Tattoo Removal Experts are regarded by many as offering the best laser tattoo removal treatment the capital has to offer – and it’s easy to see why. Operating from a clean, pleasant premises that boasts some of the latest tattoo removal technology, they’re ready to get started on tattoos of all colours, sizes and complexities. You’ll be in safe hands with them – and they’ll be on hand to give you all the information that you need and to answer all of your questions.

Start sooner rather than later

If you want to say goodbye to your tattoo by next year, then you will need to start now. A lot of people think that a tattoo can be removed in one session, but that’s just a dream for now! The reality is that you will need a number of sessions. How many depends on a variety of factors, and your tattoo removal expert will discuss those with you at your appointment. You’ll need a number of sessions as while the laser is very powerful, sessions need to be a certain length and spaced apart in order for protect your skin and allow it to heal.

Take care of yourself

If you’re hoping to say goodbye to your tattoo in the coming months, then you need to make sure that you listen to advice. After a session, you may find that your skin is sore and blistered. That’s nothing to worry about, as it’s just your body’s reaction to the laser. Some people say it’s like sunburn, and they’re not too far off. You need to make sure that you don’t pick at any scabs and treat your skin gently as it heals. This will not only minimise scarring, but will ensure that you can stay on track with your scheduled sessions.

Keep an open mind

Last but not least, be patient as you go into 2020. Laser tattoo removal has been refined over the years and is very reliable, but just like with any other cosmetic procedure, things can change during the course of your treatment. Your tattoo may not be as responsive to the laser as everyone expected, or your skin may react in a way that you weren’t anticipating. If a curveball comes your way, relax. You’ll be in the safest possible hands, and you’ll be able to come to a solution that works for you.

What are you waiting for? Now that you know what to expect, why not look into laser tattoo removal today? Tattoo Removal Experts are on hand to give you all the support and advice that you need going forward, and will be able to get your journey to a tattoo-free future started today!

The Emotional Impact of Alopecia

Hair Loss Can Feel Overwhelming At Any Stage in Life

Whether you’re male, female, young or old, losing your hair and having your physical appearance change can cause distress. But you’re not alone!

Alopecia is not a life-threatening condition, but it can certainly change your life. There are three types of alopecia, which is a general term for hair loss. Alopecia areata is the most common and refers to coin-sized bald patches which appear on the scalp. If the entire scalp is affected, then this is known as alopecia totalis, and if it eradicates hair from the whole body, this is alopecia universalis.

Alopecia can affect any person, male or female at any stage in life. It is thought to be an autoimmune condition where the body attacks the hair follicles, causing the hair to stop growing. Being diagnosed with alopecia at any time can be both shocking and distressing, which has a huge impact on your emotions.

When You’re Diagnosed

Before receiving a formal diagnosis, you or a family member may start to notice that your hair is falling out more rapidly than it should be. Sometimes it is other people close to you who spot that bald patches are forming on your head. This can be extremely hard to come to terms with, and waiting for an appointment with a GP, or a referral with a dermatologist can feel like an eternity. There are thought to be links between alopecia and stress, which becomes a vicious circle as it’s hard to stay relaxed when dealing with hair loss. You might also feel frustrated that there’s no cure for alopecia. Some people in the early stages of diagnosis may be given treatment, although this isn’t available on the NHS. Finasteride is suitable for male pattern baldness and minoxidil can be used for both male and female hair loss. The effectiveness of these drugs is limited as they don’t work on everyone and are expensive.

Alopecia in Children

Some people are diagnosed in early childhood, which may be easier as young children won’t know any different. However, youngsters will also have to contend with other schoolkids asking insensitive questions about why they haven’t got any hair. Secondary school children may find it particularly difficult as teenage years are often associated with body consciousness and the supposed importance of things like learning to style your hair or shape your eyebrows!

Alopecia in Adults

Both men and women can be affected – it may seem that men should be more prepared for hair loss, but even though society is used to seeing males with a bald head, it can still be distressing for a man to come to terms with a radical change in appearance. Feelings of frustration, anger and anxiety can be common across both sexes. Many women with alopecia opt to wear wigs for alopecia. These are customised for your individual style and head shape, allowing you to feel like you once again. Made from 100% real hair, these wigs are cool, comfortable and move perfectly to emulate a real head of hair. They’re a really important way for people to regain some confidence following a diagnosis of alopecia.

If you’re struggling with the emotions of alopecia, whether you’re recently diagnosed or have experienced the condition for some time, it can be comforting to share your story with others who may be going through the same situation. Reach out to a local alopecia support group or an online forum and pick up tips on how to cope, whilst letting out some of your feelings.

How to lose weight without fad diets

The most effective ways to lose weight and keep it off

Britain is a nation of fad dieters, but there are far more effective ways to lose weight and keep it off – from regular exercise to weight loss hypnosis.

Britain is a nation of dieters, with two thirds of us claiming to be on a diet at any one time. However, despite this obsession with dieting, over two thirds of Brits are classed as overweight or obese – so something clearly isn’t working.

The problem is that, for most people, losing weight and keeping it off can be incredibly difficult. In desperation, a lot of people turn to so-called fad diets, but these can be counterproductive, causing more problems than they actually solve.

The problem with fad diets

While fad diets may offer a quick fix, they can also be incredibly problematic. Most of these diets encourage you to exclude one or more food groups and, when continued in the longer term, this can cause nutritional deficiencies, potentially leading to serious conditions such as depression, anaemia and osteoporosis. This restrictive approach to food has also been known to trigger unhealthy behaviours, which can often spiral into full blown eating disorders.

Perhaps the most damning indictment of fad diets is that they don’t actually work. Sure, you might see some short-term results, but most of these diets are impossible to sustain for any significant length of time. And, as soon as you revert to your old eating habits, you’re likely to see the weight piling back on – often with a little extra to boot!

Luckily, there are a number of effective weight loss methods that offer more sustainable results.

A balanced diet

One of the most tried and tested ways to lose weight is to follow a healthy and nutritionally-balanced diet. But this doesn’t have to mean depriving yourself and sticking to a strict calorie-controlled plan. Instead, concentrate on limiting your intake of processed foods and following a varied diet that is full of wholegrains, lean protein and fresh fruit and vegetables. And don’t forget about portion control. Many of us are eating more than we need to, and cutting your portion size can offer a quick weight loss win.

Regular exercise

Regular exercise is also a great way of shedding the pounds, as it burns calories, builds lean muscle and boosts your metabolism. As an added bonus it will also increase your fitness and improve your overall health. Experts recommend getting at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise each week, so think about how you can build more physical activity into your daily routine. Even small changes can make a big difference, such as taking the stairs instead of the lift, or leaving the car at home and cycling or walking to your destination instead.

Hypnotherapy

However, if you find it difficult to stick to a healthy diet, or are unable to take regular exercise for whatever reason, you may want to consider an alternative approach. One dieting method that has grown in popularity in recent years is hypnotherapy for weight loss. By combining traditional hypnosis and visualisation techniques with counselling and talking therapies such as Neuorlinguistic Programming and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, weight loss hypnosis aims to identify and tackle any underlying issues, giving people the tools they need to change their relationship with food and make permanent and positive lifestyle changes.

Professional advice

Before embarking on any weight loss regime, it’s always best to seek advice from a medical professional, particularly if you have a large amount of weight to lose. They will be able to point you in the right direction and provide you with advice and guidance to help you lose weight safely and effectively.

Choosing The Perfect Residential Park To Live In

From The Location to The Legalities

Before you start viewing mobile homes, follow this guide to picking the perfect residential park facility to be based in.

More than 250,000 Brits live in residential parks, enjoying the benefits of living within a community, whilst in a picturesque location. A great option for those looking to escape urban living or wishing to downsize, residential parks are both affordable and a practical choice for anyone in their later years. Parks are based all over the UK, and do vary in terms of the mobile homes available as well as the type of community on offer – some will be quite peaceful whilst others have much more of a sociable vibe to them. This guide breaks down some of the factors to consider when looking for your perfect residential park home.

Where To Buy  

Deciding where to buy a residential park home, is much like the thought process involved when you buy a traditional bricks and mortar property – it all comes down to location, location, location! Perhaps you might have a residential park just down the road that seems like the perfect base for you. Or else you might want to buy a mobile home in an area that you’ve visited several times before on holiday. If you’re considering moving to a place that is reasonably new to you, even if you’ve been there as a tourist, it’s worth imagining what it would be like to actually live there throughout the year. Think about the practicalities such as how close you are to local shops, a GP surgery, or the bank. Do you have pubs and restaurants nearby that you’d enjoy going to? And if you depend on using the internet, what is the broadband connection like?

Take A Look At The Actual Community

Once you’ve found an area you’d be happy to live in, the next task is to narrow down a list of residential parks to look at. It’s important to gain an idea of what the community is like and whether that matches your expectations of park living. Does the park have age limits that are appropriate for you? If you have pets, are they welcome? Or if you don’t have pets, would you be happy living next door to a dog that barks? As with all types of home, you might want to find out a little about your potential neighbours to ensure that you’d be comfortable living in close proximity to them.

The Legalities of Your Residential Park Home Lease

With residential parks, you own the home that you live in, but not the ground that is stands on. A residential park solicitors Essex based professional explains that it’s important to understand exactly what you’re buying and the terms of the lease for which you’ll be paying an annual pitch fee. For example, some leases require you to vacate the park for a set number of months per year. The park also has the right to increase the pitch fee they charge, so you should research how often they tend to do so and if the price hike would be comfortable for your finances.

Buying a residential park home can be quite complex, and much like purchasing a traditional property, you should hire an experienced conveyancer to help you with the legalities of the process. This will provide you with peace of mind that you know exactly what you’re purchasing and your legal rights once you’re moved in!

Why Families Are Moving to Chelmsford

Everything You Could Want To Offer Your Kids

From schools to the seaside, Chelmsford has it all for young and growing families.

As the county town of Essex, Chelmsford was granted city status in 2012 and frequently makes it onto top 10 lists for the best places to live. In 2019, Chelmsford was ranked the 6th best place to live in the East of England, but actually topped the list the year before. As a result of love for the area, house prices in Chelmsford have increased by as much as 40% in recent years, which is testament to the demand to live in this beautiful part of the county. Although Chelmsford certainly attracts singles and couples without children who want to snap up a city centre apartment, families are also flocking here to take advantage of Chelmsford’s enviable qualities.

Schooling

You’re spoiled for choice with schools in Chelmsford. The two grammar schools, King Edward VI (KEGs) and Chelmsford County High for Girls, regularly achieve GCSE and A-Level results that are amongst some of the best in the UK. Selection is tough and based on the 11plus and consortium exams, but other secondary schools in the area are equally sought-after. The Beaulieu Park School is new to the development, taking in children from primary school right the way through to sixth form. At a secondary level, children are given extra time in traditional subjects which is made possible by the slightly longer school days.

Commuters

For those who need to travel into London for work, Chelmsford is ideal. The station offers fast connections into Stratford in just 26 minutes, or Liverpool Street in 36 minutes. A second train station is due to be built at Beaulieu, although this has been delayed until 2025.

Chelmsford is also well-positioned for drivers – it’s just a short drive to the M25 via the A12 and Brentwood. Or if you need to go north, the A131 connects you quickly with access to Suffolk and Norfolk.

Family Days Out

Chelmsford city centre seems to improve every year, as high-end shops move into new developments such as the Bond Street shopping village. But if your family quickly tires of wandering around the shops, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy. Jump Street is an indoor trampoline park that is fun for mums and dads too, but if you’re looking for a breath of fresh air, then head to the beautiful Hylands Park which offers 574 acres of land to wander around. It’s free to access the grounds, and the kids will love the onsite adventure playground.

The coast is also within easy reach – whether you prefer a stroll down the promenade and a splash around the water park of Maldon, wading into the sea at Frinton, or a ride on the fairground at Clacton, you’re spoiled for seaside choices when you live in Chelmsford.

Housing Stock

An average family-sized house in central Chelmsford might cost you in the region of £350,000-400,000. Chelmsford has plenty of period housing stock, from Victorian terraces, and 1920s detached homes, although a local Chelmsford estate agent explains that new-build properties tend to also be very popular with families, due to the space and community that they provide. The Beaulieu Park development is incredibly popular and expects to be filled with over 3,500 homes from 1 bed flats up to 5 bed detached homes.

If you’re looking to spread your wings a little and provide a larger nest for your growing family, then Chelmsford has absolutely everything you could want to offer them. So why not get in touch with a local agent today and view some properties?

Why You Need To Hire A Videographer For Your Wedding

Relive The Highlights Of Your Big Day Again and Again

Make room in your budget for a videography package and capture your entire wedding on camera.

Your wedding day is the most special day of your life. After months or even years of excitement, planning and possibly some nerves, your actual wedding will zip by in a flash leaving beautiful pictures, memories and anecdotes to pass on to your children and loved ones. Photography is an absolute must at any wedding but having a video of your big day is equally as important. Hiring a professional videographer to cover your celebrations is a decision you’ll never regret.

Tell Your Story

Budgeting for a wedding photographer is very typical when putting together a list of suppliers, but videography is less common which is a real shame. A wedding video creates a romantic story from the beginning to the end of your wedding day. Set to one of your favourite tracks, your finalised footage will be edited so that it shows all of the highlights from your day. Tears and laughter will be caught on camera, from the gasp of your guests when the bride enters, to the cheers when you share your first kiss as a married couple.  Parts of your footage can be played in slow-motion, or black and white to add that dreamy vibe to your video, and the entire playback will be a stunning collection of memories that you’ll treasure for a lifetime.

 The Parts You Miss

No-one gets to experience every single part of their wedding day. The groom isn’t usually present when the bride and her bridesmaids are getting ready, nor will the bride get to soak up the atmosphere in the church or civil wedding venue waiting for the ceremony to begin. Often, photos are taking place during the champagne reception, so key members of the bridal party are also absent whilst the guests are chatting and sharing stories about the bride and groom. But the Capture House Weddings team explains that if you hire a videographer who specialises in using a documentary approach, they will blend into the background, capturing the raw moments of the wedding as they unfold and allowing you to watch back your entire day without missing a thing.

Videos Are Easy To Share

Whether you’re looking to upload your video on your wedding blog and social channels, or send a copy to your grandparents who were unable to make the trip, videos are a fantastic way to share your celebrations even further. If you’re having a small ceremony or a destination wedding and there are loved ones who you’re unable to invite or who can’t manage the journey, then sharing your wedding video allows them to feel part of your special day.

The beauty of a wedding video is that is encapsulates the highlights of your wedding day in history so you can relive them over and over again. From the speeches, to your first dance, and that hilarious moment where your aunt took a tumble during the Macarena, you’ll never regret having a copy of your wedding video in your collection.

Quality wedding videographers get booked up far in advance, so if you’ve already set the date then it’s time to secure the services of your professional videography team asap!