You’ve sent out invites to all of your favourite people. They’ll all be in the same place, at the same time, ask at once.
They’ll come from far and wide. They’ll book into hotel rooms, get dressed up nice, buy new suits and frocks and have their hair done.
But you won’t see them because while they’re enjoying the party you’ll be spending hours standing in robo-poses having your photo taken, walking back and forth for your video and trying to keep your photographer and/or videographer happy.
Sure, it’s important you get some nice photos in your special day, with your other half, looking all dapper. But that doesn’t have to take all day.
And when you get your photos back, do you want to see hundreds of photos of you looking all awkward, or a mix of photos you enjoying yourselves and some of every one of your guests enjoying the day that you’ve planned for them.
If your wedding day is all about you, you’ve got a million photographers to choose from.
If you want a collection of photos that create memories and a legacy of your day then you need to consider your photographer more carefully.
Don’t regret booking the wrong photographer. Ask questions, look at full wedding galleries, make sure you’re going the right person.