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From: Grimes
Response: Ill tell you, thats a tough situation. I admire the fact that youre sticking to your guns about it too. My advice, being a wedding videographer and a teacher of video production, is hire a professional.

Heres why.

Your future sister-in-law should be a part of the wedding. A guest if no other part is available for to play in the wedding party. She should be treated as a guest and will appreciate the faact that you are thinking of her in this way.

Who wants to be a vendor at their own brothers wedding any way?

Explain this to your fiance and he might change his mind. Besides, your parents are paying for it.

If his sister wants to bring a video camera and get some additional footage, thats a great thing, but, tell your professional videographer that she may have some video to incorporate into his / her project.

Then, Everyones happy! :

Wishing you the best on your special day!
~Jarrett Grimes
~www.lsn-weddings.com

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