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Tips from REAL Wedding Vendors

I asked REAL wedding vendors what they wished their clients knew and here are their answers:

Kory, owner of Kingston Photography:
Backgrounds and Locations-
"I wish they would discuss if there is going to be sort of color coordination so I can decide in advance what background or location to use." 

Wedding Planners-
"YES! You should definitely hire a planner, someone to be in charge of the event....there is nothing worse than getting orders from 10 different family members!"

Children-
"If the children in the wedding tend to get cranky when they are tired, make sure they take a nap before the shoot."

Weather-
"Check the weather on the day of your wedding. Keep in mind that if you are taking outside photos and it is windy, you need to have a comb, brush, mirror, hair spray, etc on hand."

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Private Chef and Caterer Liz Davis:
"The total head count is the most important thing! I can work with any budget, but it does not do you any good if the head count is not accurate. Also, please hire a wedding planner. I have been a part of too many events that had too many people in charge. One key person that I can communicate with saves time and confusion."

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Cosmetologist Jamie of Hair by J requests 3 simple things from you:
1) Be on time for your appointment on your wedding day. The day will already be hectic and filled with time constraints. Make sure that your wedding party is on time for their appointments also. 

2) Know what hair style you want. Do trial styles several weeks before your wedding day to determine which style looks best. 

3) Wear a button up shirt to keep your hair style in tact. It also comes in handy when you are getting your makeup done...no worries of rubbing your shirt against your face!



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