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As many of you know, sibling weddings are some of my favorite weddings to photograph. I met Stephanie at her sister’s wedding, where Ashley and Joe got married at Army Navy Country Club. Stephanie was her maid of honor. That wedding was beautiful and you can see it here. Stephanie and Rick’s wedding was totally different though from her sisters wedding which I thought was so neat. I absolutely loved that Stephanie, as a expert in charcuterie, boards and cheese and wine, picked a winery as her venue. It was very fitting for her to get married to Rick in wine country. Steph and Rick got married in beautiful Leesburg at Stone Tower Winery.
What is the Wedding Boom!? How does it affect your business? As a bride or couple, what does it entail? Today we are diving into what the wedding boom is, and why it’s happening and some tips for what to do if you’re a couple planning their wedding or if you’re a vendor booking weddings this year and next.
If you’re a photographer, it’s your off season. That doesn’t mean you’re not working, shooting, or catching up from your 2021 year. Today I’m sharing a handful of thing that you should be doing to bring life back to yourself, your business and to get ready for the 2022 year ahead!
So today we are sharing the camera bodies and the lenses that we use on wedding days and are sharing the lenses necessary for shooting weddings. We hope you find it helpful as you grow as a wedding photographer. Feel free to check out our YouTube Channel too as we bring educational content!
This is a guide listing out the items that we'd love our couples to have ready for us when we arrive. It totally helps us create beautiful flat lays and get all of those timeless, gorgeous detail photos!