1. Make sure it is not TOO dark!
Photography has been referred to as "painting with light." Even with our fancy new cameras with the capability to take photos in low light, they need SOME light to capture the moments. Make the light part of the decor!
2. Communicate with your Photographer.
We want to know what is important to you. Is there a grandparent you want a photo with? Do you want lots of pictures of the guests dancing? Do you want to remember the details? Is the most important thing the private moments between you and your groom? We will want to take a variety of shots, but it is important to know your priorities and wish list.
3. Your Reception Venue will be in the Pictures.
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