7 MORE ways to always watch your wedding video

Wedding Video Advice, After the Wedding


A wedding film’s value doesn’t come from watching every day of your life, it comes from creating new magic out of old. Still worried that you’ll never watch your wedding video? We have 7 fun suggestions that will make sure you will.

1. A Seasonal Rewatch

Celebrate your love in different seasons by watching your wedding film at various times of the year.

For instance, watch it during the holidays, as it can add a special touch to family gatherings. Each season brings a different perspective and feeling, making each viewing unique.

Do you have a large family? Do you all have wedding films? Make a movie marathon out of it!

2. A Surprise Mini-Viewing

Surprise your spouse with impromptu viewings. Imagine a cozy Sunday afternoon or a random evening, turning an ordinary day into a romantic reminiscence of your special day. It’s a beautiful way to keep the magic alive in the everyday.

3. Share with New Friends

As life goes on, you’ll meet new people who weren’t part of your wedding day. Sharing your wedding film with new friends can be a wonderful way for them to connect with your story and understand the journey that has led you to where you are now.

4. A Virtual Watch Party

In our increasingly digital world, why not host a virtual watch party? Invite friends and family who are far away to join online. This can be particularly meaningful for those who couldn’t attend your wedding. Use platforms like Zoom or watch party features on social media to experience it together.

5. Incorporate It Into Life’s Milestones

As you reach other milestones in life (like buying your first home, welcoming a child, or celebrating a big career move), rewatch your wedding film. It’s a way to reflect on how far you’ve come since your wedding day and to celebrate the continual growth of your love.

6. Outdoor Movie Night

Turn a summer evening into an outdoor movie night under the stars. Set up a projector in your backyard, lay out some blankets and pillows, and enjoy your wedding film in a magical, open-air setting. It’s a different and more relaxed way to experience your special day again.

7. Watch It with Commentary

For a fun twist, rewatch your wedding video but this time, record a commentary track. Share your thoughts, memories, and behind-the-scenes stories as you watch. This can be an amusing and heartwarming way to add another layer to your wedding memories.

Bonus suggestion: Milestone Anniversary

For milestone anniversaries—go BIG with your rewatch and make it special. Whatever that means to you. Invite your OG wedding party, recreate your signature cocktails, hire a personal chef for the night and recreate the dinner you probably didn’t get to actually eat the night of your wedding.

Whatever new tradition you create, hold onto that tradition and don’t let go. 

You’re going to find out that marriage and romance takes effort and planning. It doesn’t just happen. Life has big changes ahead, and as each year passes, it’s more important to keep your wedding video viewing tradition alive.

At Harborview Studios, we’re more than just videographers; we’re storytellers capturing the essence of love across Cape Cod and the Islands. We’re here to create lasting memories that you can relive in countless ways, wherever your journey takes you, along the East Coast and beyond.

Hi, I'm CINDY.

As wedding videographers, we specialize in filming the heartfelt moments of best friends in love, eager to relive their day through our lens.

Our philosophy? Every story is unique. We excel at making even the most camera-shy couples feel at ease, ensuring our films reflect the genuine honesty, strength, and real moments of your wedding weekend.

Our films are more than memories; they're a legacy of love, alive and vibrant, providing a timeless narrative of your special weekend. Let us help your story live on.

For 18 years, we've been capturing love stories on Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard and along the East Coast. 

For 18 years, we've been capturing love stories on Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard and along the East Coast.