You've set your dates, book your church and reception, and it's time to choose your photographer. Whatever you do, don't fall into the trap some unhappy brides fall into by enticing friends or relatives to take their wedding photos.
Remember, this is a once-in-a-lifetime event that cannot be repeated and unless the person you choose to hold your special memories with takes wedding photos every week, they most likely won't have the experience and equipment to get it.
You can also get the best services of wedding photography in Ireland via the internet.
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Well. You've spent a lot of money on dresses, flowers, ballrooms and everything else that made the day special. If a friend or relative offers his services as a photographer and he has no experience in wedding photography, it's best to use him as a "second photographer" on the wedding day only.
By "second photographer" I mean a photographer who stays in the background and only takes honest pictures throughout the day. That way, you won't ruin the friendship if the photos don't turn out the way you expected.
When you hire a professional to do wedding photography, you know that you will have great memories on your wedding day. It also reduces pressure from your friends or relatives to "deliver the goods".
Unless you start looking for a photographer at least a year before your wedding day, you should do it ASAP.
Usually, you should start your search ten to sixteen months before that date. Why so early? The best photographers sign up early and because they can only shoot one wedding per day after booking, the day is over.