Of all the vendors you have planned for your big day, your photographer is arguably the most important. No matter how the music sounded, how the food tasted, or what the cake looked like, the only part of your day that is going to last forever are the photos that were taken! With as many photographers are there are in the wedding industry these days, finding the perfect match can be overwhelming. Here are some pointers:
Determine Your Style
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We know that most wedding blogs revolve around the bride, but guys are out looking for advice, too! At FiveSense Farm, we have a lot of experience with weddings, and we know that grooms have a lot to think about on the big day. Here are some helpful tips for making it a wonderful day and keeping the nerves at bay!
Feel Your Best
This one is extremely important! Weddings can really wear you out fast if you arenât careful, and you need to maintain your energy to make it through the wholeClick here to read more.
Get Started Early
In the movies, youâll always see a partner (usually the groom!) scrambling to write his vows on a paper napkin a few minutes before the wedding. Donât get us wrong, this actually works out for some people! But we highly recommend giving yourself a few weeks and a couple of drafts to make sure you say everything you want to say.
Borrow From Others
Your vows should absolutely be unique, but a little inspiration goes a long way. Youâre not writing a college paperClick here to read more.
First of all, congratulations! You are about to embark on such an exciting journey! If you're planning to host a traditional wedding day, this may be the first event you've ever thrown, and even small weddings can end up being a lot of work. When you start making a list of all the things to consider, it can get overwhelming very quickly!
A lot of the smaller details will come together as little as a month or even a week before the big day, but there are some things that shouldn't wait. HereClick here to read more.
Including children in a wedding can be a beautiful, sweet touch to a perfect day. But if you have a large family that includes a lot of children, your event can quickly become a messy affair with a domino-effect of screaming meltdowns! Every couple is different, but if you decide to exclude children from your wedding day, you aren't alone! Many people opt to keep their weddings kid-free, but many people worry about expressing this to guests without seeming rude. Here is our advice:Click here to read more.