Do you have a Guarantee for your Wedding Video?
Before we start, can you just take a look again at the title? Do you have a guarantee for your wedding film?
Do you understand how important it is to have a guarantee from the company or individual covering your wedding day and taking the pictures?
If Dell computers are willing to give you a guarantee for a computer that becomes obsolete in a couple of years, then I believe you deserve a guarantee for your wedding film that will be a life long testament of your memorable day.
If Sony are eager to dispel your fears by offering a guarantee on a �69.99 CD player, then can you afford not to have a guarantee for possibly the biggest day of your life?
If Domino's pizza are willing to offer you a full refund if they deliver your pizza late, then I believe you thoroughly deserve to receive some compensation if anything goes wrong or is delayed in the production and delivery of your wedding film.
It is vitally important you get this done before you commission a company to cover your wedding day. I believe every company, regardless of sector or turnover should offer their customers a guarantee in case things go wrong. And trust me, things do go wrong all the time. I'll tell you about a couple I know who didn't get a guarantee before they commissioned an individual to film their wedding day.
It was a rainy April evening and David and Mary (names changed for obvious reasons) sat around a 3-legged kitchen table, slowly drinking a warm cup of traditional brewed tea. They looked miserable.
Well, it was just three weeks to their wedding day and they were feeling the enormous pressure of still having a lot to do on their to-do list. There was still the stretch limo they had to order. Mary was struggling to find the perfect shoe as she had such small, pretty feet. David was waiting for feedback from his brother who lived in South Africa. You see his entire family lived abroad and they were eagerly expecting their visa applications for entry to the U.K to be approved. But time was quickly running out. Although they had achieved so much, their list showed they still had a long way to go. And the wedding was in 3 weeks!
Sarah (Mary's sister) walked into the kitchen and tried to give the soon-to-be-married couple, some words of comfort. She assured them that every couple went through the same rollercoaster of emotions and disappointments just before the wedding day. She assured them not to worry and remember that even if everything went wrong, they still had each other and that was all that mattered. This brought a smile to David and Mary's face and they both smiled at each other as they took another sip from their cup of tea.
Suddenly, David let out a loud moan. Mary and Sarah enquired what was wrong. David pointed towards the list on the kitchen table. Highlighted in red at the bottom of the A4 paper was item number 17. Wedding filming.
Mary let out a moan as well as she realised a DVD or video would be an important gift for all David's family and their friends who seemed likely to miss the wedding. She had also always dreamed of watching her wedding film and seeing how every word and action would revolve around her. Finally she would be the one everyone would have to pay attention to and make a fuss over. Mary loved helping other people have successful events but it would be nice to be the centre of attention at the biggest event of her life.
Sarah calmly walked out of the room and made a phone call in the beautifully lit hallway. She walked back in and told them the matter was solved. Matthew, a friend of hers (who had studied Film Television with her) promised to cover their wedding day at a great price. David and Mary asked if he was good? Had he done previous wedding work before? Could they trust his work?
Sarah dispelled their fears and assured them she would personally see to it that Matthew had every necessary information necessary for the wedding. The calmness and confidence in Sarah's voice made them know they could trust her on this. Afterall, she had done so much to help them with her advice, contacts and resources in their wedding preparations. They knew they could trust her. If she said Matthew was all right, then Matthew was all right.
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