Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
1. Ask your photographer for a referral. He or she is probably familiar with several video shooters and knows who does good work and works well with others. There might even be a videographer associated with his or her studio.
2. Speak with couples who have worked with him or her recently. One question to ask: Was the videographer professional and discreet, or was he/she in everybody's face? Edward Neary of Milestone Video Production says "it's best if he stays invisible to the bride, groom and other guests."
3. Ask for a sample or two. It's better to see a completed video from a single wedding as opposed to a highlight video that's a combination of multiple weddings.
4. Make sure the videographer will blend in. She may need a tripod on occasion, but if she says "wheeled cart" or "dolly," run in the opposite direction.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010
- Tell a joke.
- Sing a children's song.
- Make your bed.
- Go through some family photos.
- Chew a stick of gum.
- Pet a cat or dog.
What are some unconventional ways you relieve stress? Let us know by leaving a comment!
Thursday, October 7, 2010
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The location will be about five percent of your budget.
Invites and stationery are usually about 10 percent of your budget.
Decoration will be about five percent of your overall budget.
Rentals are usually around five percent of your budget.
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