Saturday, January 9, 2010

By Jessy Wong

Talk with your friends and ask them if weddings can be stressful. They will surely have a lot of stories to tell you.

Your wedding day should be relaxing and laid back. You should not have a care in the world on your once-in-a-life-time special day. Yet for many wedding couples they don't always get this.

There is so much to do on your actual wedding day that a day in a busy office would be like taking a day off compared to your wedding day. Asking for support from everyone that you can will make your special day more special.

All the stress can be totally assuaged as long as you plan well and get lots of support from your family and friends and your bridal professionals.

Around ten years ago pre-wedding photography came into its own in Singapore as a way to have a more enjoyable actual wedding day. Today it is very popular. With Singapore having a lot of traditional Asian style weddings doing a lot of the main photography before the wedding is often essential. Traditional weddings are involving and detailed and involve usually a large number of people. Getting the main photos done ahead of time is essential.

Smart photographers started offering pre-bridal packages so that all the stress could be taken out of the actual day. So with pre-wedding photography there was no longer any need to rush around to get all the pictures taken. It also removed the risk of the special day photos being totally destroyed by bad weather as well.

Pre-wedding packages come in all shapes and sizes. Most of the packages offered will include both outdoor shots as well as studio shots. Simply ask your photographer what will be included in your package.

As well as ensuring you get a great set of photos for your album, pre-wedding photos mean that you have something special to show at your actual wedding to your guests, which is always nice.

Pre-bridal photography is catching on around the world now. It may not be called pre-wedding in other countries but the idea still exists. If your photographer has not suggested doing a pre-wedding shoot then ask them for a price as part of the overall wedding package. Booking the two together - pre and actual day photography will save you money for sure and will allow you to bargain a little.

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