This is one of the biggest days of your life, and you want to capture every possible moment. You want every smile and tear caught on tape. A memory of all of your guests in attendance that day, along with your wedding party, and you.
To just open up the phone book will give you overwhelming results. Where do you start? Who can you trust? With so many things to worry about on your wedding day, it helps to have suggestions from those who have already been there. Someone who has experienced this already and willing to offer a helping hand.
There are a variety of options in finding a wedding photographer. You can look in a phone book, look on the internet or ask friends and family. Once you find a few options, you can call each one to set up an interview. They should be willing to sit down and talk to you about their services. I chose a husband and wife who do photography on the side, and I was very happy with the results. I sat down with them before the big event, and we discussed what I wanted pictures of, who I wanted pictures of and how many pictures I wanted taken. They offer a variety of packages, so there is something for everyone’s budget.
One thing to remember when finding a photographer is to make sure they are available on your wedding day. They usually get booked fast, so it would help to look for your photographer several months in advance. I found out that spring is a popular time for wedding, so photographers are extremely busy during this time of the year.
One you find your photographer, one of the toughest decisions you will make will be over. You will have the next several months to enjoy a little bit more, and can look forward to your special day.