Premiere Elements 13 has the potential for creating a variety of effects including the ones shown in the wedding video either by using the many effects and adjusts and a combination there of. As for the cloud effect, that could be produced by using cloud brushes in Photoshop Elements to create clouds on a transparent background (psd or png save) and then importing that cloud file into the Premiere Elements project.
I do not believe that the answer is Elements vs a Pro version. I believe success will follow depending on your knowledge of the program and how skilled you are in using the tools.
Have you had any experience using Premiere Elements? If you have not, but have a lot of experience in video editing, you might want to download and install the free 30 day tryout of Premiere Elements 13 and see if it will work for you to create the effects you want. Focus on the fx Effects including presets and Adjust items.
Please check out the Adobe Effects Reference document
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have questions or need clarification.
I have elements 12. I've done mostly video work which never involves any effects. How can I create the words like that video? I know how to write words, but the design that goes along with it.
Thanks for the reply.
For most of the text that is seen in that video, it looks like an easy task of using your Premiere Elements 12 Titler and its Text, Shape, and Style sections. You would not need the Titler Animation section for that. And, the titles created would go on the track above the video. You could resize, reposition the title so that it appears in a certain portion of the image.
As for the beginning title that comes together and apart as a puzzle might, that takes some thinking about. My first impression is that it might be accomplished by creating the whole designed title in Photoshop Elements Editor. And, after its creation, cut the image into parts in Photoshop Elements. Export each part on a transparent background as psd or png. Import the part psd or png files into Premiere Elements. In Premiere Elements, you could keyframe Motion Position of each piece, having them come together as one.
Some might suggest creating that type of title in one of software that you see online for title creation. Still think you could get an effective title of this type from Premiere Elements with a creative assist from Photoshop Elements.
Please review and consider.