Make sure as the date gets closer, to follow up with your vendors. Never leave anything to chance or hope it is getting done the way you want it. Most vendors do allot of weddings a year so they might lose sight of something you discussed. Now is the time to make sure everyone is in agreement with the times schedule, the balances, songs for the DJ, etc.
This tip isn't just for your wedding day but can be applied to your new life together. Knowing how to compromise will save a lot of stress through the planning process. While the bride and groom should do what makes them happy, be open to suggestions and sensitive to the feelings of those around you. If you disagree with their recommendations, speak about it calmly and diplomatically until a middle ground can be reached. It will make the day more enjoyable for all. The TV sho
It is very easy to get drawn into spending more on your wedding than you planned or may be able to do. Watching wedding shows on TV it seems those couples have unlimited resources which is great but not of us fall into the category. There are so many wonderful choices available to brides that you should not have to put yourself in debt to have the wedding you want. If you start out with a budget, stick to it and find alternatives that allow you to do that. Google is your frie
So you don't feel overwhelmed with all the details that you have to do you must stay organized. Purchase a wedding binder which has different sections for the things that you will need to do. Here is a small example of things to do. Choose you're Church if you're having a Church wedding, reception venue, DJ, Photographer (Flair Photography), Florist, Cake Shop, Invitations, Party Favors, Limo, Tuxedo shop, Wedding shop, etc. In your notebook write down how much each vendor i
So you don't feel overwhelmed with all the details that you have to do you must stay organized. Purchase a wedding binder which has different sections for the things that you will need to do. Here is a small example of things to do. Choose you're Church if you're having a Church wedding, reception venue, DJ, Photographer (Flair Photography), Vidoegrapher, Florist, Cake Shop, Invitations, Party Favors, Limo, Tuxedo shop, Wedding shop, etc. In your notebook write down how much
You researched your new car, tv, home computer, etc. You need to research your wedding vendo rs. Make sure they have the same passion about your day as you do. If their attitude comes across as if this is just another job for them than maybe they are not right for your event. The reputation of the provider you choose is of the utmost importance. Ask how long they have been in business? How many weddings have they done? Do they have Referrals? Remember this is one of the most
The rehearsal is a very important part of the wedding, not only for the wedding party, but also for the photographer. I attend local rehearsals to meet with family members, find out the church rules regarding photography during the wedding, find special locations indoors or out for bridal pictures, review times for bride and groom pictures, and most importantly help with the coordinating of the rehearsal, if needed. The time spent at the rehearsal does not deduct from your we
At Flair Photography we want to do more than just photograph your wedding, we want this day to be the happiest day of your life. We know how much goes into your wedding day and want to do everything we can to make sure it is stress free and fun. With that being said we have put together some Wedding Tips from sources like WEDALERT, Bridal Magazines and of course other brides that have given us this great advise. And for anyone reading this that has more suggestion please emai