Choosing your wedding photographer from hundreds of talented people can be difficult trying to figure out where to beginning. Here are a few helpful things to consider and look for when picking your wedding photographer.
That classic black and white image envisioned when you hear the word ‘tuxedo’, is far from the only style; many now incorporate modern styles, trends, and colours. With tuxedos breaking away from tradition, it can be tough to tell the difference from a suit, so here we’ve highlighted the elements that distinguish the two from each other.
It is wedding booking season and we have several referring partners & clients to feature this month. With the help of David & Kara Imagery, Waterloo Region Wedding Photographers Association and facebook, Brentwood hosted local wedding photographers onboard one of our unforgettable limo buses for a night on the town.
I have a confession to make: I have exactly one photograph from my wedding hanging in my home. I know. The year was 2004 and digital was just beginning when my husband and I got married. We were two starving students who decided that we just needed someone to snap some photos, and definitely did not pay top dollar for our photographer (lesson learned).
Oh, those Spartans. The first evidence of a celebration of a groom’s last night as a single man can be traced back as far as the 5th century B.C. Spartan soldiers would hold a dinner with plenty of toasts to the soon to be married man. The modern idea of a Bachelorette party took much longer to evolve.
This month’s referring client is Kettle Creek Weddings, directed by Martti & Trish Pajunen. In the last seven years, Kettle Creek Weddings have performed over 3000 weddings. They have a Reputation of being the most sought after wedding Officiants in Ontario with a team of over 40 officiants.