Hannah and Dan’s wedding was great. And, as our first Jewish wedding, we got to photograph a few things we’d never done before. Here’s their preview slideshow, click on the YouTube logo to see the full-size version
As any company will tell you, unhappy customers will eagerly post a negative review but it’s very hard to get happy customers to do a review. That’s why we’re so pleased to get reviews like this one on WeddingWire.com, not only because it’s so positive but because it’s just three days after the wedding!
My now-husband and I knew how important it would be to have a good photographer from the very beginning. I’ve been around cameras since the day I was born, and my dad has professional equipment, so hiring someone who knew exactly what to do and knew their way around a camera was of utmost importance to me. After about five minutes of meeting with Cliff, we knew that we wanted to hire him as our wedding photographer. When the day came, he and his daughter were such a pleasure to work with. He helped us take the best pictures we could have imagined, and listened to our family members as if they had hired him. Every single guest came up to us at some point during or after the wedding and told us how much they absolutely loved Cliff and his daughter, be it their professionalism, how nice they were to everyone, and the quality of their work. I know that we will use Addy Photography for any/ all future professional photography needs!!! I honestly can’t say enough how much we loved working with them!
Mark and Courtney took a break from their reception on Tybee Island last night to sneak away with us to the beach for a few minutes. It was cold and windy, but it was so worth it. We had a perfect, clear sunset in one of those rare East Coast spots where the the sun actually sets on the beach. We got a number of fantastic images, including this beauty.
Wow, what a physically challenging wedding at Laytn’s Land-n last weekend. Mid-50s with a 15-20 mph wind! We’ve done lower-temperature weddings, but I’m pretty sure that with the wind chill this one felt the coldest ever. Regardless, though, we got a lot of beautiful images. Matt & Brittany were real troopers, continuing to brave the cold after the ceremony and well into the night. Which allowed us to get this great photo, even though all the tree and lake fence lights were out.
File this, as many other things, under “you get what you pay for”.
Given the high price tag of wedding dresses in boutiques and department stores, it’s no wonder brides-to-be are searching for cheaper alternatives online. But the beautiful bridal gowns pictured on websites are often startling different to the specimens that arrive on their doorstep. That’s according to the many aggrieved brides who have taken to social networks to share their wedding dress nightmares.