1) Do I like their work? Again, do they fit my style? There are many ways to film a wedding. Watch sample work and as long as you are enjoying watching someone else’s wedding it would be safe to say you will enjoy watching your own by this company.
2) Do they offer the things I want? If you saw something done at a friends wedding and you want it for yourself make sure the company is able to do that for you.
3) Prices? Be sure to spend enough that you will get better quality than if Uncle Bob filmed but make sure you stay in your budget. Look around and make sure you are getting the right price for the right level of talent and finished product.
4) What about the equipment? Is it up to date? Do they have more than one video camera angle? Do they mic the groom? Decide which of these matter the most to you and make sure you get the answers you are looking for.
5) How long have they been filming weddings? The more weddings you film the more you know what is going on, and the less likely you are to miss something.
6) How many in a crew? This is a good question for the photographer as well. Only one person doesn’t seem enough but on the other hand you do not want to feed ten more people dinner!
7) Do I like them? This is nowhere near as important in a video crew as a photographer. They talk to you a lot less and try to stay on the sidelines. They do however stay with you all day! Ask questions about the crew, ask to meet them if it is really important to you. (Meet our crew)