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How much does a Wedding Videographer cost?

Average Price
£650 - £1,200

What is the price of Wedding Videography?

Looking to hire a videographer to capture your wedding on film? Read our handy guide to find out how much your wedding videography is likely to cost.

What is Wedding Videography?

Your wedding will be one of the most memorable days of your life, and one you’ll want to look back on in the years and even decades to come. Wedding photography is a great way to remember your day but there are some things that just can’t be captured in an image. That’s where wedding videography comes in.

A wedding videographer specialises in capturing your big day to produce a film that you will treasure forever. Their main role is to capture the things that you can’t get from photographs, including emotions, facial expressions, funny moments and the interactions between your family and friends.

You’ll look back on your wedding video for years to come, with future generations looking back on the video to share your magic moment.

How much does Wedding Videography cost?

It’s important to factor the cost of wedding videography into your budget when you’re planning your wedding, but how much does wedding videography cost?

The price of wedding videography depends on several factors, including your location, the package you choose and the number of videographers you opt for. Although there is no fixed rate for wedding videography, a breakdown of average costs based on local UK professionals is given below.

Average cost of a Wedding Videographer
Average cost£850
Minimum cost£650
Maximum cost£1,200

What changes the price of Wedding Videography?

The cost of hiring a wedding videographer in the UK will depend on several factors including:

  • Location

  • Package

  • Number of videographers

Location

The cost of your wedding videographer will depend on where in the UK you are located, with prices varying across the country. Prices in the south are typically higher than the average, especially in the London area. Prices in the North West and Scotland are often lower than the average.

It’s also important to bear in mind that you may incur mileage charges if you choose to hire a videographer who lives outside of your local area. However, your choice of wedding videographer is critical, so it’s worth shopping around to find the perfect candidate.

Package

Wedding videography prices are usually divided into packages, with the price depending on the package you choose. The basic packages will be the cheapest, with the premium packages having a higher price tag.

Basic packages

Most basic packages will include a feature-length wedding video, along with a highlights reel to share on social media. This will typically be filmed by one videographer and include the wedding ceremony, speeches and congratulations from your guests. You may also receive some of the unedited footage.

Mid-range packages

The mid-range package will generally include one or two videographers who capture footage from the bride and groom getting ready, all the way through to the first dance. Again, this will be edited together into a feature-length film of your special day along with a highlights reel, and you may also receive some of the unedited footage from the ceremony.

Premium packages

Premium wedding videography packages come with the highest price tags. These typically include two videographers to capture your big day. As well as including everything from the mid-range package, you’ll often receive aerial footage of your wedding, as well as a montage of photos and videos to display during your reception. 

Average cost of a Wedding Videographer based on the package
PackageAverage cost
Basic£650
Mid-range£850
Premium£1,200

Number of Videographers

The number of videographers that you opt for will influence the price you pay for your wedding videography. Some couples are happy with just one videographer to capture their day and this helps to keep the cost down. However, other couples prefer to have two videographers.

A second videographer means that both partners can be captured getting ready on the morning of their wedding. It also means that you’ll get more than one angle during your ceremony. Your videographers will be able to capture both the bride’s face as she walks down the aisle and the groom’s face as he sets his eyes on her.

However, opting for two videographers will increase the price of your wedding videography, as you’ll be paying for the services of two people. It’s important to consider your budget, as well as weighing up what you’re looking for from your wedding videography.

Should I hire a Wedding Videographer?  

There are some things that a photographer just can’t capture, such as the feelings and emotions that you experience on your wedding day. Although wedding videography isn’t essential, it’s a great way to remember your big day and to give you something to show your children and grandchildren in years to come.

Hiring a wedding videographer is something you need to budget for when you’re planning your wedding.

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