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Should You Hire a Wedding Content Creator?

 February 13, 2024

Should You Hire a Wedding Content Creator?

From florists to makeup artists to photographers, there are a lot of different vendors to consider when planning your wedding. When it comes to capturing those magical photos and videos, many people hire photographers and videographers, leaving the behind-the-scenes and social media photos to friends, family, or even themselves. However, hiring a wedding content creator for your big day is a great way to take the stress off of remembering to snap pictures and record videos of all the little moments, and receive high-quality content of your wedding.

What is a Wedding Content Creator?

Wedding content creators have experienced a rise in popularity in recent years. Unlike your photographers and videographers, your wedding content creators won’t use high-tech equipment and professional cameras. Typically, they will use high-quality iPhone cameras to capture their content. While your photographer captures all the high-quality, can’t-miss moments, your content creator will be there to capture behind-the-scenes moments, take videos of the in-between moments, and create social media-ready content that you can post shortly after your wedding day and share with family and friends.

 

Rhiannon Mim Photo

 

Should I Hire a Wedding Content Creator?

The ultimate question is – how do you know if you should hire a content creator for your wedding? Some people only want professional photos and can rely on friends, family, or even themselves for the social media-ready photos and videos, or may not care to have a ton of that type of content. However, if you love capturing many different moments and are looking for a stress-free way to get all those kinds of content, you may want to consider one. If you are also having an unplugged ceremony and/or reception, this is another great way to get content without having other phones in the photos.

Benefits of Hiring a Content Creator

  • Fast Turnaround Time: While you wait for your photographer and videographer to deliver your photos, wedding content creators typically have a shorter turnaround time, so you’ll get your gallery full of content from your wedding only a few days afterward.
  • Takes the Stress Out of Remembering to Take Photos: With all the chaos and eventfulness of your day, with a content creator, you will only need to focus on yourself, your partner, and celebrating this momentous occasion. They will take care of grabbing the photos and videos throughout the day.
  • Social Media Focused: If you love making reels, TikToks, or just posting on social media in general, you may find a content creator to execute those fun, trendy social media posts to share with your following.

 

Overall, if you’re considering a wedding content creator, they are a great addition to your wedding. You’ll be able to have a range of photos, videos, Instagram Reels, and more to look back on for years and years to come!

Looking for vendors for your upcoming wedding? Be sure to check out our Vendor Directory for more vendors and inspiration!

 

Carley Jayne Photography