Werknesh Vidya. wedding. November 22nd , 2017.
2. Remember that a holiday wedding, while beautiful, is more stressful. Not only do you have a wedding to plan, but you have to worry about the added stress from the holidays. At Thanksgiving, for instance, you'll have guests coming in from out of town, and you'll worry about a big dinner, while at Christmas, you're focused on buying gifts and decorating--all at the same time. This is not to say that surviving the wedding stress (and holiday stress) can't be done; holiday winter weddings are some of the most elegant, joyous events. But you need to keep in mind that you will have added stress to deal with. Make sure you have a dependable wedding planner who can offer valuable stress-free wedding tips as well as many helpful friends who have the time to help you plan your big day.
1. Identify a reception location that makes an impact: Consider an event space owned by a non-profit organization, where the rental proceeds go to a good cause. Botanical gardens, museums, and historical sites can all make for a picture-perfect reception.
So what decision does a man make? I found the caterer. Finding the caterer was a big enough decision to keep the respect of my future wife and gain the respect of all her friends. I did not choose the menu the caterer did. I found a true professional. My caterer has restaurant experience on three continents on his way to earning the title of Executive Chef. If you want to find the best restaurants in the Washington, DC area, go to the restaurants he lists on his resume. When I choose my caterer, I choose a world class chef. My caterer supplied a menu that was so far above the usual wedding menu of boiled chicken and baked fish, it was like eating at a four star restaurant.
I have to assume that you already have technical competence with your camera equipment; if not then don't even consider photographing a wedding!
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