World Kitchen Presents Wedding Day Radio: Brett deMarrais

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Brett deMarrais reveals what led him to found WedIt, a service that takes the videographer out of the picture while delivering professionally edited wedding videos for under $500. “I always had a love for film and movies so I started doing research, and I came across a stat that 50 percent of brides nationally—over a million a year—don’t get a wedding video,” he tells Cocktails and Conversation hosts Erika Beckwith and Robin Hunt. “One of the reasons was the cost. The other reason was that there’s a stigma attached to wedding videos, namely that they’re invasive—you don’t want a cameraman in your face while you’re eating. We dispensed with the videographer so if there is someone shooting you during dinner, it’s your best friend. And because you’re not paying a crew to show up for half a day, we’re a lot more affordable.”

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