Every Westmeath wedding has its own unique set of challenges. If you’re getting ready to tie the knot, here are some dos and don’ts to help you get through it with as little stress , and as much happiness as possible.
- Plan ahead! As soon as you pick a date, make sure you call any vendors that have been recommended or ones that have worked with family members in the past. Send out save the dates right away, ideally 6 months in advance.
- Start looking for Westmeath wedding photographer as early as possible. Wedding photographers can get booked up years in advance, so it’s important to start your search as early as possible.
- If you live in Westmeath, try to book a Westmeath wedding photographer that is not too far away. Many photographers will travel to anywhere in Ireland and beyond to photograph a wedding, but some may charge extra for travel costs. Make sure to ask them about any extra charges and agree on them before signing the wedding photography contract. Westmeath photographers can vary in price so make sure you find one that is affordable for your budget, but also experienced. The last thing you want is a cheap photographer who is inexperienced.
- Ask a Westmeath wedding photographer for samples of shots he or she has taken before. It’s great is the photographer knows Westmeath and surrounding areas to help you find a spot for your wedding photos. Wedding photographers who service Westmeath will generally have a few Westmeath photo sessions they have don in the past, so make sure to look at these before you meet the Wedding Photographer.
- Ask several wedding photographer for price quotes. Westmeath wedding photography prices can vary widely depending on services and experience of the photographer. You should be able to find a good photographer in Westmeath from about €1000 upwards, but expect to pay more for a photographer with experience.
- Don’t hire a Westmeath wedding photographer who doesn’t have insurance. Westmeath Wedding photographers can carry expensive gear around and it would be a shame if something happened to them or their equipment. You also want to make sure that if anything should go wrong that their insurance can cover it. Typically a professional photographer will have €2.6million liability cover which is more than enough to cover most incidents, should one every arise.
- Don’t hire wedding photographers who are not willing to work with you or your ideas for your wedding day.
- Don’t leave it too late to call around and speak with photographers. The longer you leave it, the less chance you have of hiring a good wedding photographer. Booking a wedding photographer should be top of the list after your wedding date has been confirmed.