Have you ever wondered, or even thought about, how important audio visual requirements are for a wedding or event? Advanced Visual Production is here to tell you and we guarantee you'll never want to be without after reading! We are pleased to introduce AVP to our 2017 Richmond Wedding Crashers Tour team- keep reading to learn about all the important things they can incorporate and focus on for your big day!
Advanced Visual Production – or AVP – provides the technology behind special events. “But why,” you might ask, “would audio-visual technology be needed for a wedding?”
Traditionally, AV services have been understood to be a part of corporate meetings, presentations, and conferences. But we’re there, hiding in to the background of the wedding, our services transparent to the attendees: the vows can be heard clearly, without anyone spotting the mic on the groom’s lapel or hidden inside the wedding dress. The processional music plays on cue, yet there are no musicians to be found. The walls of the reception venue are lit to match the invitation colors, and the father of the bride shows childhood pictures on a screen as he offers his best wishes. When these elements are professionally executed, they go almost unnoticed; our goal is to blend seamlessly in to the event, providing the supporting technology and expertise to create a customized experience that is headache-free for the wedding party and enjoyable for the guests.
In recent years, though, styles have changed, and our services have been more front-and-center. Large flatscreens display photo montages of the couple’s love story, vibrant lighting designs turn ordinary spaces in to extraordinary event venues, and cakes come alive with projected imagery that fits perfectly in to the reception theme.
At AVP, we pride ourselves on merging our technological expertise with a strong design sense and a deep understanding of the particular needs of these once-in-a-lifetime events. We work closely with our customers to understand and execute their vision, always with an understanding that we only have one chance to get it exactly right. When we do that, we fade in to the background, having created a unique and memorable experience for guests, all focused on the bride and groom on their special day.