January 20, 2015

Tip of the week - vendor relationship

Hey everyone! Going into 2015, we have decided to do a "tip of the week" for all of those couples out there getting married. We know there is so much information on the web, but we figured to give you a vendor perspective which will hopefully help you during the wedding process! If you have any questions or a topic you would like us to cover feel free to email us at info@pagesphotography.com.

This week we have decided to go over the importance of your relationship with your vendors.

Wedding vendors all play such an important roll in your wedding day, and you want to make sure you have a solid relationship with each and every vendor. So many times, our couples end up making choices based on price, which we completely understand because weddings become very expensive but that can not be the only reason why you hire them. We highly recommend our couples to sit down and have a meeting with each vendor in person. You need to feel confident in everyone you hire and you need to connect. If you connect, everything will be smooth.





This is especially important when you are hiring your wedding photographer and videographer. Your photographer and videographer are the people you will spend your entire day with. They are with you from start to finish, so you want to make sure you feel comfortable with them and most importantly, that they have the same vision as you. Your wedding day is the most important time in your life, and you are choosing people to capture every moment, and re tell your story after your wedding. You want to know that you can laugh with them and feel your best around them as well as know that they will get everything done and capture every detail of your day.


Gershon Bachus wedding photo by Pages Photography


The engagement session is such an important tool to use when hiring a photographer. If you loved your engagement session, and they made your feel comfortable in front of the cameras, that will be the exact same experience you will have on your wedding day.  If something was off, go with your gut and try another photographer. You want to go into your wedding day with complete confidence in your vendors. With your perfect team, everyone will be on top off it and make your day run perfectly.


Scripps Pier engagement


This is a once in a lifetime experience and you don't want money to control  who you work with. If you connect and you want to work with a specific vendor, that is what matters. Once you start your wedding planning, you will know exactly what I mean!

Good luck planning!!!

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