Collaborate with your wedding vendors

Hi all,

Today’s post is a simple idea and it’s something that’s I’ve been meaning to talk about for a while now.  It is simply this: think about collaborating with your wedding photographer to not only make planning your wedding easier but also to get the most out of your wedding day.  Actually, collaborate with all of your wedding vendors if you can – at least all the friendly and helpful ones!

Most experienced wedding photographers/vendors have seen a lot of weddings in their time and over the years will have collected valuable insight into different ways to handle the various parts of the wedding day.  When you are orgainising and planning your wedding hopefully you are using wedding professionals who are helpful and friendly.  If so definitely think about getting their input and suggestions for various ways to make your wedding day better/more you – even if it’s not directly related to the services they offer.  For example most experienced wedding photographers might be able to offer you a wealth of advice when it comes to choosing a wedding venue (or choosing any other wedding vendor for that matter).  Try to pick wedding vendors that are actually helpful and take advantage of their experience and insight when planning your wedding – it will make your life a lot easier and your wedding day a lot more fun!

Weddimg photographers full of wisdom we are!

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Patrick Fallon

I am a wedding photographer based in beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. I have been full-time with the photography thing since 2006 and still can’t believe I get to do what I love for a job! Here are a few words that I think sum me up: I AM…tall and bald, happy, imaginative, constantly hungry, active and friendly. I LOVE…my girl, coffee, photography, fooooooood, my family and friends, riding bikes, being outside, the simple things in life, people… I love my life! I believe that wedding photography can and should be SIMPLE, NATURAL, BEAUTIFUL.

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