|Wedding Video & WEVA Highlighted in New KISS Guide
March 29, 2004
Sarasota, FL - The 2004 “KISS Guide To Planning A Wedding,”a new addition to DK Publishing’s popular Keep It Simple Series (KISS) of lifestyle guidebooks, lets brides know that a wedding video “offers great documentation of the big day.”
Author Stephanie Pedersen (who has written for Cosmopolitan and Woman's World) relates that a wedding video “can pick up nuances and action that photography alone simply isn’t able to do.” She notes that with a wedding video, “you can record the vows, various toasts and other visual-audible moments.”
The new KISS guidebook also confirms that “through editing, voiceovers, guest interviews, and any courtship photos you supply to your videographer, he or she can create a documentary-style film of your relationship with your partner, up to and including your wedding day.” The guide recommends contacting the Wedding & Event Videographers Association International (WEVA) at www.weva.com to get more information about wedding videography.
The “KISS Guide to Planning a Wedding” (288 pgs.) covers all aspects of planning a memorable wedding and is available now at book stores across the country, including Barnes and Noble, Borders, Books-A-Million, and online through Amazon.com and other outlets.
WEVA International is the leading nonprofit trade association for professional wedding and event videographers. The association is dedicated to advancing the
professional interests of wedding and event videographers worldwide through
continuing education, technical support, group benefits, advocacy committees
and professional development training. For more information regarding
professional videography and WEVA International activities and membership,
visit www.weva.com, or contact the association office at 941-923-5334 or