On 11/11/11, couples getting married in Las Vegas have Tiffany Masters to thank. The Sin City queen of nightlife is throwing the world’s largest wedding reception at the Tropicana.
Children are the most cherished treasure that we possess and are always the cutest part of any event. Make sure that the photographer is aware of your desire to capture the reactions to the children at your wedding and reception. A precious picture of a child falling asleep during the wedding is worth a million tears in the memories that it will bring in the years to come. That little boy peeking up the bridesmaids dress will want a copy of that photo ten years up the road to share with his new family.
It is not unusual for photographers to work on a “first come, first served” basis and there is nothing worse than doing all the hard work only to find that someone booked your date 2 hours earlier.
Use your judgement and knowledge to put your touch on telling your clients story. This is where you vision comes into play. If you’re a photo journalist then you’ll be telling the story of their full wedding day. From the bride getting ready up until the couple leaves the reception for their honeymoon. That’s why a photo journalist is more of a story teller than a traditional siena wedding photographer.
Owen and Melissa would have benefited greatly from doing so; things got so hectic that they ended up without a single shot of just the two of them! Thank goodness for cropping tools on photo sites!
The average wedding cake costs $543, according to the Bridal Association of America. For sheet and tiered cakes, the cost per slice can range from $1.50 per slice to more than ten dollars a slice. Make sure to ask your baker or caterer about extra costs. Often extras like fondant icing are not covered, and delivery and cutting fees may be extra as well.
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