Award winning Hertfordshire based wedding videographers, White Dress Films, have now extended their services to Algarve, Portugal, France and French regions of Switzerland.
Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/28/2015 -- White Dress Films have long experience offering wedding ceremonies coverage to UK couples. They are based in Hertfordshire but can come to any part of the UK.
Professional team will always take care of clients' wishes to make sure the Big Day is beautifully filmed.
The personal touch is key to White Dress Films ethos of not only recording but adding to the experience of weddings. Client's ideas meet with expert advice, in order to bring to life their expectations for the day. Whether the client is looking to have a passionate or more relaxed wedding, White Dress Films can cater. The team aim to cover the whole day's worth of proceedings, from pre-ceremony preparations to the events of the evening, including speeches and dances. The team knows there are no re-runs of the day so they prepare in order to make sure that no special moment is lost.
The UK based videographers now extended their services to wedding destinations abroad, namely Algarve in Portugal and many picturesque regions of France and Switzerland. Regions covered include: Geneve, Vaud, Valais and Lausanne in Switzerland and the Rhone Alpes, Landes, Provence, Provence Cote D'Azue and Basque in France.
When planning your wedding abroad it is vital to meet with your videographer beforehand to discuss the plan, filming options, filming locations and ceremony details. White Dress Films offer a number of unique, tailored videography services to clients using a range of different cameras.
White Dress Films have already been recognised for their UK based wedding videography after being named one of the winners of the reputable East of England Regional Wedding Industry Awards in 2013, an award voted for by clients.
About White Dress Films
White Dress Films are an award winning wedding videography company operating from Hertfordshire, across the UK, Switzerland and Portugal.