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A Rustic Affair: Wedding Photography

22 Nov

Even after your rustic wedding has come and gone, your wedding photos will hang on your walls for years to come and remind you of the beauty of that special day.

Most wedding planners, consultants, and former brides will agree; one of the most important vendors at your wedding is the photographer. But, talented wedding photographers don’t come cheap and prices can soar up over $10,000 for the day.

However, there are ways to save on photography. First, there are many wonderful photographers that don’t cost an arm and a leg. Just make sure to do your homework. Ask the photographer to see several samples of their work, talk to other couples who worked with that photographer, and be sure to discuss in detail what is included in the photographer’s cost. It is also very helpful to give your photographer a detailed shot list that includes who and what you want photographed.

If you’d like to save even more money, you can have your wedding on off days, like Friday or Monday; just know fewer guests may be able to attend if your wedding is held on a weekday. You can also have your wedding in off-season months, including fall, winter, and early spring.

Most importantly, pick a photographer whose style is similar to your own and who will make you feel comfortable and beautiful on your wedding day!

Click here to see one of the many great Wedding related products Rocky Mountain Decor has to offer!
Stay Tuned For Part 5 When We Visit a Local Venue…

 
1 Comment

Posted by on November 22, 2010 in Rustic Wedding Ideas

 

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One response to “A Rustic Affair: Wedding Photography

  1. Natalie Murray

    January 11, 2011 at 3:13 am

    Thank you for a wonderful post. I enjoyed it.

     

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