1. Organise your photography well in advance so thaht you can be sure of getting what you want.
2. Consider hiring two photographers, so you’ll get a range of different types of photos.
3. Try doing something a little different, like hiring a photobooth from treasured mems.
4. Make sure that you get ambient shots as well as portrait shots.
5. Incorporate some of your photos in your thank you cards.
6. Set aside a good amount of time on theday for your shots of the bride and groom together, perhaps in between the ceremony and the reception.
7. Have a list of the pictures you want taken and give it to your photographer beforehand. If you want a group shot with one side of the family together for instance.
8. Insure your wedding pictures. They’re precious after all!
9. Ask the venue about whether or not they would ike to use images of your wedding as promo shots, this could be a good way to save money.
10. Make sure that you get some pictures of the kids!
11. Prepare a couple of different shooting locations in the event of weather.
12. Get pictures of the bride’s preparation. These are always lovely shots.
13. Get as many pictures as you can!
Article from: Danielle McAnn – email@example.com