Marriage Reception Videography
A wedding reception is a party held after the completion of a marriage ceremony. It is held usually as hospitality for those who have attended the wedding, hence the name reception: the couple receives society, in the form of family and friends, for the first time as a married couple. Hosts provide their choice of food and drink, although a wedding cake is popular. Entertaining guests after a wedding ceremony is traditional in most societies, and can last anywhere from half an hour to many hours or even days. In some cultures, separate wedding celebrations are held for the bride's and groom's families. Before receptions—a social event that is structured around a receiving line, and usually held in the afternoon, with only light refreshments—became popular, weddings were more typically celebrated with wedding breakfasts and wedding balls. The popularity of receptions, rather than breakfasts, dinners, and balls, during the 20th century led to the name reception being applied to any social event after a wedding, whether it is brunch, tea, dinner, or a dance.
Camrin Films Marriage Reception Videography provides you great value both in quality and affordability. We believe people should enjoy their wedding without worrying about finances. We perform professional and creative work that satisfies the new couple and their entire family. Our same day editing service is highly rated by our clients.
- Couple Poses – The Royal Shot!
- Funny Melodramatic Moments!
- Its Black. Its White!
- A Walk to Remember – The ‘Chal Mere Saath’ Shot!
- The ‘Can’t Wait to be with You’ shot!
- Romancing the Rains!
- The ‘I’ll take you Home’ shot!
- A li’l Privacy Please!
- Couple Swag!
- That ‘Catching a Few Moments Together’ shot!
- Status Update!
- Wedding Vows!
- Your First Dance!
- The Essential ‘Just Married’ Shot!
- The First Kiss!
It is the capital of the Bay of Bengal in the eastern part of the state of Tamil Nadu. It is in the Fort of St. George that was built in 1644. Now known as Madras, the British Army Garcian has now exhibited a museum that is turning into East India Company. The Kapaleeshwarar temple, the idols of the deities, the Anglican Church in the 17th century and the St. Mary's are the main shrines.