We’re in the business of making people’s biggest (wedding) dreams come true – so we know how important it is to capture these moments as best as we can. The best way to do this, of course, is through video! Today we’d like to introduce you to LEAP Weddings, a unique a never-cheesy videography service that specializes in capturing couple’s best day. Read more about them below.
Can you tell me a little bit about your business and how you got started?
LEAP has been in business for about 10 years and we’ve come a long way! Our product has evolved over the years and we keep challenging ourselves to be better. We’re a bunch of cool folks who love what we do and we try to make the experience of working with us fun. Whether you’re a client or a stranger who wanders into our office – there’s a decent chance you’re going to enjoy yourself. Our work blends a classic approach with an unique edge resulting in creative films that are a reflection of each client’s distinct personal style – something they’ll (really) love for years to come.
What do you think the benefit is of hiring a smaller company to do a couple’s wedding videography?
As a small company, we feel that we provide a more personalized and organic product than a larger company could. We take the time to get to know each of our couples before the big day, which not only makes them feel more comfortable on camera when the wedding day comes, but also gives us a better idea of who they are as people so we can customize their video to reflect that.
Do you have any recent or new and upcoming projects that you’re proud of/excited about?
We recently joined a great collective at UNION Chicago with the goal of having more interaction with our favorite creatives. It also offers the opportunity for clients to meet with multiple vendors at one location rather than trekking all over the city.
How far in advance should a couple book your services?
Most of our couples book us about 6-12 months in advance, but it really just depends on the popularity of the wedding date!
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