Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Great un-expectations...

If there is one thing I have learned from this whole experience is to budget well, that things happen unexpectedly and you just got to deal with them. At the very beginning of our wedding planning there was a mix up with our reception, however this was dealt with quickly and professionally. Most recently we have been let down by our photographer. So once again we must being the hunt for a new photographer. In previous posts I have went into how important this person is on the day.

This time instead of going with relations we have decided to go the traditional rout e. Catherine spearheaded the search, using Twitter, Facebook, Google. There was quick response from all, a lot of very talented photographers, and quite a few that were out of our budget. The most important reference material was recommendations from friends. Friends who have been through the wedding planning experience are an invaluable resource. They have been through it, they know the pitfalls and they have done the research before you.

From close to the beginning Dinky (recently married last September) was quick to dispense the advice that “problems will pop up when you least expect it!” all you can do is book it and cross your fingers.

Using Dinky and Leeanne’s recommendation we have decided to have a chat with the photographer they used for their big day. We are meeting with her this Wednesday, Catherine will let you know how we get on.

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