It’s your wedding. It’s only happening once. You need to have the best. Unfortunately, “the best” costs money, something that you’re seriously lacking. Cuts will need to be made.
So you’re having a small wedding instead of a huge blowout. That makes sense for a lot of reasons. It saves money, saves time, and saves stress.
Just because you’re having a small event doesn’t mean it’s unworthy of quality professional photography.
Many photographers, including us, include digital files in their offerings when creating and selling portrait and wedding packages to clients. There’s some debate amongst brides and grooms as to whether these files have any value to them and if they should have to pay for them.
Can it really be called winter in Eastern North Carolina? Well, sure! Even without the guaranteed subzero temperatures and feet upon feet of snow, the magic of the season and difficulties that may or may not come along with it still apply. Pondering a winter celebration of your love? Read onward for a few pros and cons you may want to consider.
Cocktail hour: the time after the ceremony when the wedding party and newly betrothed couple are getting millions of pictures taken while the guests sit around, listening to poorly-performed Sinatra instrumentals, eating small versions of their favorite foods, sipping away at something vaguely alcoholic to alleviate their boredom.
It is rare the bride who actually looks like one of those staged beauties in the magazines. (And if she does it is because she hired a darn good photographer.) Those walking clothes hangers from the bridal pages have been dressed and sculpted by professionals. Her waist is miniscule, her tummy invisible, and her full bust line is imaginary.