Finding “Social Balance” on Your Big Day

Finding “Social Balance” on Your Big Day

The Dilemma So you’re planning your wedding… you found the ideal venue, picked the perfect flowers, hired amazing vendors and toiled over each and every detail to make your day just right!  You hired an incredibly talented photographer to capture the important moments that you will revisit for the rest of your lives: your parents seeing you for the first time, the impromptu hug with your best friend, the look on your groom’s face as he sees you for the first time, the love in your eyes as you adore each other as you exchange vows, your first kiss, first dance, your loved ones expressions in the background as they see you share in the happiest moments of your life…  It’s all so romantic. Instead, when many couples are getting their wedding pictures back, they are faced with pictures of their guests’ smiles blocked by their phones and camera, doing their best to capture the moment rather than enjoying the moment with them. You have to ask yourself, while your guests are there with you, when they are snapping pictures are they really present and listening to you exchange vows and the first special moments of your marriage? Isn’t that what you hired a photographer for?   Jeff Seltzer Photograph Nora & Troy Corey Ann Photography To add to it, not only can you not see your guests’ faces or expressions (you don’t want photos that look like an iPhone advertisement) but the more your guests feel driven to take their pictures, they will at all costs! Guests are known to get up and stand in front of your very talented,...

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