Getting married will be one of the best days of your life, but it also takes a lot of time to plan a wedding. Not only do you want the date of your wedding to be sentimental to you and your partner, but you should also allow enough time to plan the wedding. For example, six weeks may not be a long enough time span if you are having a big wedding. There are also several things that go into a wedding such as photography. It is important to be prepared with every meeting you have with a Mexico wedding photographer so you can choose the best one. There are certain things to speak with a photographer about during each meeting. You may want to talk about the amount of photographers needed, videos, poses, editing, the price, and whether or not they will be sitting or standing.
One of the things to talk about are the amount of photographers needed. You may want a San Miguel de Allende wedding photographer covering different angles of your wedding. One photographer could be taking pictures of the bridesmaids and groomsmen, another photographer can be taking pictures of the bride walking down the aisle, and you may want to have a photographer snapping pictures of the guests. This way you get pictures of everything including the scenery.
Another thing you may want to talk about are videos. Most photographers also take videos of the wedding and reception. The two of you may want certain moments filmed such as the bride walking down the aisle, the bride throwing the bouquet, or even your first dance together as husband and wife. You could even have the whole wedding filmed. If you choose to do that option, then you would have to go with another photographer so you can also have pictures of your big day.
You also would want to discuss poses. You may have looked up different poses before you arrived at your meeting of different things you guys and the wedding party may want to do. You may also want to ask the photographer if he or she has any samples you could look at to give you ideas of what all of you can do. Some brides and grooms may ask their wedding party about any poses they have in mind so you can include them. If you do that, their is no need to speak about poses during your meeting.