4. Buy a dress that suits you.
After many years of photographing wedding we are amazed at the choice of dress by some of our brides. The current fashion is to wear a Basque top dress, however there are brides of certain shapes and sizes which really shouldn’t wear this style of wedding dress. OK, this sounds harsh, but you don’t want catty people talking behind their hands. We
5. Adore your dress the most.
So you have looked at the wedding dress photograph books, the online shops, been to countless wedding dress shops and have finally got that dream dress. Now stop looking and avoid being disappointed at your decision.
6. How many guests.
This is a big problem.99% of weddings we attend have more guests that were initially anticipated. As the run-up to the big day you will discover more people you will want to be there. Always discuss the guest count with your partner and stick to that number. Remember, the more guests, them more expense.
7. Try to Compromise!
OK, it’s your big day, you have saved for years to pay for this (or have a rich daddy to pay for it) and you want it your way. You want to control your big day and decide on every. However in our experience we have found that stress levels seem to be reduced by giving control of things to other people. Yes it’s your big day, but you need to enjoy it as well, thus let other people take some of the stress and strain of the day. Remember, nothing goes 100% according to planned so you need to go with the flow and let others have the anxiety