Minty Slippers can capture your Bijou Wedding on camera, whichever venue you choose

Minty Slippers Wedding Videographer

Minty Slippers Wedding Videography is formed of husband and wife duo Danny and Julie. What they offer isn't complicated, just simplistic and beautiful.

Where are you based? Northampton, but we travel all over the world!
Favourite Bijou Venue: Notley Abbey
How many weddings do you do a year? 35-40
Average price/cost: £2295

Minty Slippers Wedding Videography are a husband and wife duo who can capture weddings on film across all four Bijou Wedding Venues
Minty Slippers have capture weddings at Notley Abbey on film in the past
Minty Slippers enjoy capturing wedding memories on video across the country
Your wedding day will go by so fast, so hiring a wedding videographer is a great idea in order to savour the memories
Having your wedding day captured on film will give you forever memories to look back on
A wedding videographer may capture parts of your wedding day that you may not have seen yourself
A wedding videographer can capture you day from different angles that you may not have otherwise seen.
A wedding videographer can capture the real-time emotion of your wedding day
Minty Slippers can capture your wedding day ceremony and reception at any Bijou Wedding Venue
Danny and Julie from wedding videography company Minty Slippers

Tell us a little about your business?
Danny is a professional boy geek, loves the tech and can talk to you for hours about what the latest camera thingy does, although these days he’s a geek turned husband and family man. He got the girl – met her at the bus stop and fell in love (great story). He’s a very knowledgeable chap, and is very good at what he does. Julie is the business, order and the feeling. She’s an emotive editor, and knows stuff about people and gets vibes for things. One of her ancestors might have been a witch.

How would you describe your wedding videography style and what makes you unique?
What we offer isn't complicated, just simplistic and beautiful. We don’t set limits, we are happy to be where ever you are. We feel that the need to tell stories is essential in our lives, and we get to tell stories about love; the best job ever. We believe that stories told across the centuries teach values, and instill ethics, and create legacy. Legacy that can be told and re told for generations to come. Our films do exactly that. 

How would you describe your working style? 
We are very relaxed in our approach, and tend to go with the flow on the day. We like to know what happening when to give us a guide, but we don’t overcrowd you and make you feel overwhelmed. We usually film with two camera operators throughout the different parts of your day.

What type of equipment do you use?
Professional cameras that make you look amazing, but for those with a thirst for tech, its a Canon C100.

Do you shoot in HD? What format with the final version be in?
Yes, its all in HD. Formats can be whatever you prefer, we offer on-line delivery, DVD, Blu-ray or USB stick.

What can you offer couples? Can they customise the package with you?
Yep. We have a standard offering, and if you need something additional covering, or are having a really bespoke celebration we can customise as much as you need. 

What parts of the day do you usually capture?
All the key elements, we don’t set a limit in terms of our attendance.

How long does it take you to edit?
From the date of filming to delivery can take as long as 4 months in our peak season. We always aim to do better than that though.

How long with the final version usually be?
It depends on which option you select when you book, but as a guide, our short stories are between 7-10 minutes long.

How far in advance should couples book you?
As far as possible. We get booked up quickly for the summer months of the year.

What information do you need from the couple before the wedding day?
A rough itinerary, and some indication of your preferences in terms of content.

What are your favorite trends?
Personalised vows and lots of flowers. We love a good wedding band that keeps people on the dance floor! We also love a timetable of the day just for the guests. Brilliant!

What are you expecting to see become more mainstream/more common in the next year or two?
Smaller more intimate weddings, less professional photo booths and more diy photo booths. 

If you were getting married, how would you choose your wedding videographer?
I’d want to see as much of their work as possible before I decided to book them, and I’d always ask to see a longer film, not just a highlight of a wedding that’s only 3 minutes long. I’d also be interested in their style and how they would work on the day. 

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