The flaws, color and grainy format of Super 8 film now seem charming in light of hyper-real HD. If you have your videographer shoot portions of your event on Super 8 film, then transfer that footage to a digital video, he can combine the aesthetic of simpler times with modern video technology. "The 8mm film gives you a cinematic look that’s warm and nostalgic yet contemporary at the same time," says Ryan Bodie of Studio 26 Productions, Inc., 866-751-2600, studio26weddings.com, in Bradenton. The company also offers a more affordable "film look" service, during which digital video is retouched to mimic the look and feel of Super 8. Cost: Digital video coverage and "film look" starts at $3,500; digital video coverage and Super 8 starts at $5,000.