There are so many interesting aspects to a Jewish wedding, all of which looks great on video. From the Tish to the Bedeken, Encircling the Groom and the Seven blessings. Our experience of Rabbi’s is nearly always a positive one as they tend to be friendly and are always keen for the ceremony to be filmed. This really helps with videography and getting a great position to film the ceremony.
The reception, wedding breakfast and everything surrounding it always has so much energy in Jewish weddings. The toast to the Queen and president of Israel and Birkat Hamazon are great moments that add to the atmosphere of the day. We are still waiting to be asked to film a small Jewish wedding and our videographers often arrive to grand halls or large marquee’s meaning there is always a lot to film.
Even without any of the above, it’s worth getting a videographer to film your Jewish wedding just to capture the Israeli dancing. It always looks fantastic on camera and we use monopods to lift our cameras high above the action and sometimes join in the dancing ourselves!