• Xandra Kaste

Wedding videographers document your wedding and put together footage of the big day into a wedding video. They go beyond capturing snapshots of your wedding and help capture the mood of the wedding, as well as letting you experience parts of the day you may have missed.

Chase at Middle House Culture is passionate about creating films for couples that dive deep into their relationship. He wants to explore who the couple really is and the story of how they came together. The videos aren’t just the footage of the wedding day, but the starting point of the couple’s life together.

Every marriage has its ups and downs and having a movie of the day you both chose each other can be incredibly grounding. Wedding movies serve as a reminder of the foundation of your love and life together and bring you and your partner closer together.

For Chase, he doesn’t want to just create a pretty video; he wants to capture your love story so you can watch over and over.

Middle House Culture is based out of Wichita, Kansas. You can get in contact with him through his website https://www.mhculture.net.



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