Wedding

Weece Productions Future

Weece Productions Future

Written By: Erik Weece

It’s been an exciting year with Weece Productions. Beyond traveling to Iceland for an incredible experience and our future trip in store for Las Vegas and Portland Oregon later this year we still can’t help but look forward to next year with even more excitement as we head to Jamaica for a destination wedding and future endeavors. Weddings have become our main area of focus and as destination weddings continue to book we are thrilled with the possibilities of even more growth in 2018.

In the coming year, we are adding exceptional packages including Drone Videography which I believe will help us to meet the needs of our customers. When I meet with couple’s naturally budget is always a concern as they are trying to include both photography and videography to their extensive list of expenses. I never want money to get in the way of a couples dream and work to make our Wedding Packages all-inclusive in price as well as affordable. With our recent addition of drone capabilities, we currently offer All Day Photography & Videography for $3,000. This is our plan in the coming years. We plan on saving couples thousands of dollars on their Wedding Day. We believe this blue print of saving our customers money and offering unbeatable services will only result in more word of mouth.

Starting next year, we will be dropping several promotional videos with exclusive discounts and offers to act on. One specifically will be targeted at Heroes within our Central Florida Community. Teachers, Nurses, EMT’s, Firefighters, and all Military branches will be included. We will be offering $100 off any of our Portrait Packages for all that they do for us. We plan to unveil these starting January and we look forward to offering specific discounts for families and couples as well.

 Our customers have been incredible and we hope to continue to exceed expectations in the coming years knowing all that we do is only possible because of your trust and faith in us.

We look forward to working with you soon!

 

Erik Weece

(Co-Owner)

Weece Productions

My Advice To The Bride

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Breathe!

The day is here, things are already swirling and your room is filled with friends and loved ones eager to see you become a bride. It’s easy to become worried about every detail of your wedding but don’t let it consume you. Perhaps one of your bridesmaids is arriving late or taking too long to get ready. Maybe the venue just called and you found out something has changed that you weren’t expecting to hear. In my four years I have seen quite a bit of random occurrences but they never end up mattering in 3 hours when you are standing in front of the love of your life echoing the words “I Do” which brings me to my second simple piece of advice.

Relax!

I understand I may have just told a large group of women to simultaneously stop reading this but I truly mean it. Don’t sweat the small stuff. I understand that each detail matters to you and someone being late can upset the best of us. It’s just that it all will fade away. No matter what happens in a few hours you will be slow dancing with the person that counts. I guarantee that you won’t remember the small things that went wrong in 7 years but rather all the tiny things that went amazingly right. You can’t script life or the look I will inevitably see in your eye through my lens gazing up at him like a 4th grader finally let loose for recess. Remember what really matters most because when you avoid that first pesky distraction I believe your day will flow better and you will continue to glow. Don’t let anyone steal your happiness for even one moment.

Kiss Longer!

I’m sure you have heard this before but it bears repeating. Kiss for what feels like 5 seconds longer than what you feel appropriate. This will help you ensure you get a great shot of your first kiss. This is even more important if you only have one photographer at your wedding as the moment can come and go quickly. While often overstated I feel this is important to mention and the easiest thing to forget on the day of the wedding.

Take A Moment!

The ceremony has just ended. Now what? I always tell my couple to take a moment and grab a drink if they need one to absorb what just happened. It’s a huge moment in your life and you need a second to gather yourself. Now for the difficult part as it is up to you to keep things on schedule. This is the most vital 45 minutes for your photographer to capture family photos, the entire bridal party, and your couples portraits all in a unique time frame. Guess who wants to talk to you? Everyone. Gather (immediate family) and have your planner encourage the remaining guests to find their way to the cocktail hour. (It’s a hard sell I know) By doing that you will have time to get all the shots that you desire and you will be rewarded with not only great photos but more time to relax right before being introduced into the reception for your first dance. I’m not just thinking about photography. I'm also thinking about your feet in those heels. Do your photographer and yourself this simple favor and you will thank me later.

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Written by Erik Weece

Congratulations Alex & Danielle

We had such a great time being a part of this special day. We were so honored to be chosen and wish them both much happiness as they embark on their new life together. It was a beautiful day in Deland, Florida. We had such a great time and met so many wonderful people. It was  pure joy to be there for this special occasion. May God Bless Their Marriage...