New Wedding Music Videos: Saying “I Do” ROCKS!
Every bride wants their wedding to be “different.” Since you invite hundreds of friends/family/acquaintances/strangers to witness your undying love for your to-be spouse, you want EVERYONE’s endorphins to be pumping and feel like they are in love, too. Reality proves that tradition usually triumphs over the desire to be different. As I’m in the throws of
being Bridezilla planning a wedding, I too am fearful that our wedding will be a lovely but forgetful affair for the guests by having the same ol’ same ol’ tired traditions. Then, this happened:
WOW! I was crying, laughing, and immediately sharing it with all of my friends. Matt Odom, a professional photographer and cinematographer, had come up with the concept to shoot and edit weddings like he would a music video. As soon as he posted his first willing couple, Lauren and JP’s uniquely groundbreaking video, it went viral and all of a sudden, wedding cinematography website RockandRollHearts.com filled a gaping hole in the wedding industry. In fact, he was even featured on The Nate Berkus show and has extended his talents to doing wedding remixes of previously shot footage from other couples’ weddings.
I’m embarrassed to say that the magic of all of his non-traditional wedding videos have kept me up nights just excited. High-energy, tight shots, touchingly joyful moments captured and expertly edited to enchanting music has become a cut above anything I’ve ever seen. The bride, the groom, the wedding attendants, the guests – everyone is smiling, dancing, and having fun! You feel like you are experiencing it first-hand and get completely drawn in to every couple’s individual story. For more info on Matt Odom and RockandRollHearts.com, please click HERE.
I’ve spent weeks going through so many wedding videos and most couples still opt for the traditional,
boring-ass slow 30 minute video that makes their friends puke and puts their relatives to sleep (unless their 10 seconds of bad dancing are in it). Snoozeville.
Obviously, I’m a fan of Matt Odom’s work. Unfortunately, he’s booked on our wedding date. Which means I have been desperately looking for someone who has a similar vision and an exceptional eye for capturing the couple’s personality. In the meantime, here are some fun wedding music videos I’ve found that you’ll love:
Oh and if you liked this post and are also psycho about wedding stories, maybe you’ll like our engagement story.