- Here comes the bride,
- Laden in white,
- A vision, a beauty,
- What a breathtaking sight
Does the air seem different to you? As if there is love and warmth everywhere you look. I’m not surprised. It’s wedding season, after all!
We all know that most people pick weddings in spring. The season is full of love, growth, and blossoming into one’s true self, and it has ‘wedding’ written all over it.
Weddings may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I know everybody wants to get married. Deep down, we all hope to find our soulmates and someone we can call our own and spend a lifetime with.
If you’re one of the lucky few who have found your other half, do not take them for granted. Celebrate this bond, and what better way to do so than by throwing a wedding?
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Everything You Need To Know About Weddings:
I don’t know about you, but most of my wedding knowledge comes from movies. Movies like Bride Wars and The Wedding Planner made me believe that weddings were about drama. After working as a wedding photographer in the twin cities, I realized that though weddings are about 50% drama, the rest includes planning, execution, and a sorted mindset.
Lucky for you, I have done my research, and combining that with my experience makes me a bit of a pro when it comes to weddings.
I will give you a rundown of the things you absolutely need to include on your checklist so that you can enjoy a stress-free wedding.
The Wedding Date:
Suppose you’ve gotten engaged, and it’s time to decide when to have the wedding. The wedding date is what everything else will revolve around. For example, if you choose to have a wedding in winter, then you’d have to think about having a wedding in a place that has heaters, and you would also have to rethink your outfit options.
This is one of the most important decisions you will make, so take your time and pick a date that works for you.
The Wedding Venue:
After picking a date, the next step is looking at available wedding day venues.
Check out all kinds of halls, farmhouses, and wineries, and pick the one that speaks to you. If you like a place and it’s unavailable, you can always think about changing your wedding date. These two steps usually go hand in hand. Once you decide on a venue, make sure to give a deposit or make a booking so that you don’t end up on platforms on the day of the wedding.
A Wedding Photographer:
As a wedding photographer, I can not emphasize how important it is to hire a talented wedding photographer. I would even go the extra mile and pay a few extra bucks, shorten your guest list, but hire someone who knows their job.
A photographer is the only person at the wedding working to keep your wedding day alive in the form of pictures. Each click they take and each smile they capture will help create your wedding album. A book full of love and happiness, like your own fairytale.wedding photographer
Before booking a photographer, let’s meet them for coffee and see if they match your vibe. If you want phenomenal pictures, then you need a photographer around who you can be your true self. Pick wisely!
A Wedding In Photos:
Wedding planning can have its ups and downs, but you better buckle up and get ready for anything. Trust me, you’ll have nothing but a bright smile when you get your album after the wedding. From a different perspective, seeing everything in front of you will be overwhelming.
Wishing you all married lives full of love and respect!