Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Here Comes The Bride... Now that you are ready to stand next to your groom at the altar, make sure your are not stressing out about the cost of anything especially your wedding pictures.

Cutting the cost of your fabulous wedding pictures is very tricky.  Wedding pictures can be as important for generations to come as the two people getting married.  Pictures have historical value in that your geneology can be traced to wedding pictures.  You may want to skimp on other areas of your wedding but don't skimp too much on your pictures.  The best photographer in town my not be affordable but you certainly don't want to use only disposable cameras.  At least seek out a family member or a friend who has a high quality digital camera.  Perhaps the number of pictures will need to considered.

Remember you want to look as beautiful on your wedding day as +Kate Middleton+ plus looked on her marriage to Prince William.

7 comments:

Pristine said...

Great points. Thanks for the tips.

Stephanie Tullis-Washington said...

Hi Pat, thanks for the advice. I love weddings and after coordinating a few for friends and family, I know the importance of memorializing the event with some good pictures.

It is always hard to find a good and reliable photographer. What ideas do you have for someone who might be searching for a professional photographer?

Thanks for any suggestions you might have.

skinnyuz2b said...

Pat, I love your background photos. A family friend took the pics of our small wedding, and I really never liked them. Picking a good photographer is definitely worth the cost.

NIgel Alford said...

great points, any recommendations on how to find a good photographer that won't break the bank?

Pat Lovett said...

Decide how many pictures you want in your final album. Establish some of the key shots you want in your final album. I would suggest looking in several magazines to get a few ideas. A good source is the Wedding Knot - a local Atlanta bridal magazine. Ask friends, family and other folks for recommendations on photographers. Set a budget and then start shopping for a photographer. Complete a 4-5 price list comparison of local photographers. Starting the process as soon as possible will increase your chances of securing an affordable photographer.

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Pat Lovett said...

Thanks for your post.