There are numerous factors to take into account and allocate funds for when organizing your wedding. When it comes to wedding planning, there are undoubtedly a few items that should be your beginning point and priority despite the fact that the list will appear infinite and you may not know where to begin. The couple themselves are the most significant component of a wedding; ultimately, this is what matters most.
But when it comes to organizing the big day, you’ll need to talk to a number of vendors. Florists, bridal shops, caterers, stationery designers, and so on will all stress how crucial it is to have everything just right.
Are the right flowers, the best food, the dress being the focal point, and working with passionate people your top priorities while arranging your wedding? Of course you should include these, and I’m not suggesting you leave any of these out, but are they more crucial than wedding photography?
I read and hear about numerous couples who have little money left over for their photography, who are having trouble finding a photographer they like for their upcoming wedding, and couples who are going without a photographer because they simply cannot afford one. These two haven’t given photography much consideration. Is the most crucial aspect of your wedding the wedding photography?
No, not at all, but when it comes to organizing your special day, it ought to be near the top of the list of things to consider, budget for, and reserve. “Wedding photography is crucial because it will document your special day, preserve your memories, and tell a story—and not just any story—but a beautiful one about the day you will always remember.
A tale you can share with loved ones, including your children and grandchildren, is something you will always have and be able to cherish.” You see, your flowers will wither, your cake will be quickly consumed, your invitations will be thrown away after the wedding, your dress will be worn once, boxed, and stored in the loft, and those shoes will be returned to their box, (if you can find them). I’m not trying to be depressing or negative; rather, I’m trying to give you some perspective and help you concentrate your budget on items that you may not have given much thought to, like wedding photography.