Hire your wedding videographer at least 8 months before your wedding date, or up to 12 months in advance for weddings during the peak season.
Tipping a wedding videographer is not required if the videographer owns the business. Consider tipping if the videographer works for a larger video company or exceeds your expectations. Tip $50 to $100 to the lead videographer and $50 to $75 for the assistant or second shooter.
Wedding videographers make $50,000 to $100,000 per year on average, depending on location and experience. Top in-demand videographers make $100,000 to $128,000 per year.
Start by searching our list of wedding videographers, then compare reviews and costs. After finding and contacting potential services:
After asking questions and verifying their credentials, hire the videographer in your area.
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