A Simple Wedding Preparation and Planning Timeline for the Busy Bride
Wedding to-do lists, checklists, timelines, and even wedding planner binders - they all have the same thing in common and that is a ton of work. Kidding aside, wedding planning in these modern times have become such a complicated, long-term, gigantic feat which seems impossible to tackle alone yet might be too intricate when delegated to the wrong people.
Breaking down the wedding elements into smaller, manageable chunks might be more convenient for the busy brides-to-be, especially those with full-time jobs and multiple responsibilities at work and at home. Keep in mind that each wedding is different and each bride’s approach to the task might also be different as well.
12 months or more before the wedding. Tackle the basic details of the wedding day itself and all other important aspects.
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Crystal Vandegrift is a wedding photographer covering Virginia, D.C. NC and Maryland.
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Pictures were one of my top priorities for my wedding. I spent a lot of time reading through photographers and even contacting some. I was also pretty nervous, I had never been professionally photographed before. Crystal and her team were SO easy to work with and immediately took away the nerves. I trusted her completely and I am so happy I did. Cannot recommend enough! Ellen - Yorktown VA
If you're looking for an amazing photographer who is relaxed, has experience, and knowledge look no further. Crystal took our engagement and wedding photos. Not only were her photos amazing, but she is extremely responsive to messages and will even help you when planning your big day. It was important to us to work with a photographer who has experience with same sex couples, and Crystal and Casey did a great job capturing everything for my wife and I. We couldn't have asked for a better experience. - Emily - Nellysford, VA
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