by David Shelton
Choosing the right photographer for your wedding may be one of the most difficult and important decisions you make when planning your wedding. Style, cost, talent, personality and professionalism are all considerations. Read more.
by Stacey Miller
Hiring a Wedding Planner/Coordinator is very important for even the smallest weddings. However, a planner is there to do just that, plan your wedding. Read more.
by Nathan Wacker
It's common knowledge that it takes many creative, hard working individuals to pull off the perfect wedding. There are so many small details to worry about, it would be enough to drive the bride and groom insane. Read more.
by William Brokaw
Hiring a photographer is basically a three step process: browse, interview, and then, negotiate. The browsing is the fun part. Read more.
by Laura Collins
"Professional laser printing" is not professional. Inkjet and laser printing are not archival and are substandard for any special event invitation. Read more.
by Stacy Krupinski
Your photographs will be among the few items you will be left with once your wedding is over. Choosing your photographer deserves special consideration. Read more.
by Mike Nassif
What is the most important part of your wedding? The memories. And of those memories, which ones will be remembered most? Will it be the food? Will it be the flowers? Or will it be the great time you and your guests had at the wedding dance? More often than not, the wedding dance is what holds the greatest memories. Read more.
by Carrie Zylka
Everyone knows that one of the main components of planning a successful wedding is finding the right photographer. When choosing a photographer to capture your timeless day, go with the best photographer you can afford. Read more.
by Kevin Maiers
Occasionally I encounter brides who do not wish to be seen by the groom prior to the wedding. The thrill of witnessing his reaction to the splendor and beauty of you is often breathtaking. Read more.
by Rev. Leah Light
Those seeking to marry used to have two choices only: a reverend or rabbi of an established church or synagogue, of which one usually had to be a member, or a civil ceremony at the courthouse before a judge. Now there is an expanding gray area between the two with many choices available. Read more.