Petrican Films


PetricanFilms is a wedding videography company based in Garden City, Michigan. It is owned by Denis and Rachel who are passionate about capturing memories and turning them into something that lasts a lifetime. Denis is deeply devoted to videography, which have allowed him to grow and flourish. He delights in sharing his talents with others to provide them with products sure to become heirlooms.

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We love the idea of having a videographer. You'll cherish your wedding video for years to come—it'll help you remember all the special moments from your big day.
If you're having out-of-town guests, offering a hotel block is a great way to get the group together and make your planning easier. (This could also be helpful for local guests looking to spend the night too.) To start, we recommend booking a smaller number of rooms and adding more later if needed. We teamed up with HotelPlanner to help you tackle all your hotel block needs. Fill out a simple information questionnaire and a local expert can help you every step of the way. If you're looking at hotels 20-30 minutes away, we also suggest providing transportation to shuttle guests to and from the hotel and venue.
It's never too early to start planning! Getting a head start can help you avoid a lot of last-minute stress in the long run, and you'll also have a better chance of getting exactly what you want when it comes to your selection of wedding venues and vendors. If you'll be wearing a wedding dress, it can take up to six months for it to be ready after you purchase it, so go ahead and start shopping as soon as you've finalized your wedding date, overall style vision, and budget.
Having that "wow factor" will come from small, meaningful details. If your wedding is a personalized reflection of you and your fiancé, your guests will remember it for years to come. Here are some of our favorite ideas for a standout wedding.
Every photographer is different, as is your day-of timeline. While there's not a specific amount of time you should set aside, two hours is a good starting point. You'll want to consider travel time, the size of your bridal party and amount of family members tagging along, as well as what works best with your photographer. Doing a first look before the ceremony could minimize time spent taking photos later, but generally couples will take photos after the ceremony and before the reception, during cocktail hour.



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