THINKING OF CREATING A PROMO FILM?
YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE
Connect with your target demographic.
I'm the owner of Everness Films, a Vancouver-based wedding videography service.
As someone with a background in digital marketing, I absolutely love everything to do with branding, social media presence, infusing personality, growth & content creation.
After growing my wedding business to be a full-time venture within one year, it has become a mission to help other creatives in the wedding industry.
After considering many vehicles of relaying information, I came to the conclusion that my expertise lie in video.
Video is such a powerful and under-utilized marketing tool.
I firmly believe that it is one of the quickest pathways to connecting on a deep level with your clients.
As you read through this page, feel free to take notes, explore & reach out with any questions you have!
Hey, I'm Ariana
Ariana has not blown me away once but twice with her OUTSTANDING work
I have expectations and she just knocks it out of the park
Stories we've told
THINKING OF VIDEO?
At their core, brand videos are a very unique opportunity to connect with your leads & clients at an intimate level.
A few branding basics have to be checked off before it makes sense to invest in a promotional film.
Check out the blog post underneath the stats to see if your business is ready.
Brides and grooms have to make hundreds of decisions regarding vendors on their wedding day. Your business has to stand out.
In my recent instagram poll, 84% of those who are married or engaged said that they have made a hiring decision because of a vendor's personality.
Showcasing your personality through video is one of the most effective ways of connecting with your audience, especially in an industry as personal as weddings.
Some very scientific instagram poll statistics
Featuring married or engaged couples.
Say that it is important for them to see their vendor's faces on social media
Say that the personality of their vendors played a signifiant role in their hiring decisions
Strongly agreed that it is important to "click" with your wedding vendors