Back when my parents got married, all you needed was a one-man-band photographer to snap some shots of the ceremony, the happy couple, the bridal party, the families, and a bunch of guests sitting around big round tables, and boom, done! My, how times have changed. Now, you feel like you're missing out if you don't have amazing photographer(s), videographer(s) (or if you wanna get really fancypants about it, a cinematography team!), and a photo booth, which guests seem to go crazy for every time. Bye-bye, budget!
However, a supercool new trend may be the solution to killing at least two of those birds with one stone: A slow-motion video booth! It's exactly what it sounds like -- aka AWESOME. Recently married couple Quang and Ellie had video production company Super Frog Saves Tokyo set one up at their reception, and it looks like their family and friends had a blast. Check it out ...
Ah, so fun!! Why didn't I know about this six months ago?! Having something like this really would make you question whether you'd need to spend on a full-fleged videography package, right? Although, I'm happy we have footage of our venue and ceremony, really, the most important part is seeing all of our loved ones having a blast, and clearly, this accomplishes this to the nth degree. And what couple wouldn't want that?! Hence why this is definitely the next big thing for weddings.
Would you want this/do you wish you could have had this at your wedding?
Image via Super Frog Saves Tokyo/Vimeo
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