A disappointed bride's 5 tips to get better wedding photos

Our wedding is all done and it was fantastic, but the photography isn't. There's little I can do now, except to share some wedding photography advice with the benefit of hindsight in the hopes that my disappointment won't be yours as well. Here are five things I wish I would have done differently.


So you feel like you gave in: 3 ways to bounce back from wedding planning disappointments

You can rest assured that it's going to happen at some point during your wedding planning process: that perfect venue for your vintage submarine-themed wedding is going to fall through. You battle with your in-laws to try to keep the guestlist under 100 people, and you find yourself putting stamps on 200 invitations. Your dreams of locally-sourced, delicately spiced catering is going to be replaced by your mother's "beef or chicken" menu that reminds you of funeral food (true story!).


Letting go of perfect

I am settling now. And even though the word "settling" has a negative connotation, it is most emphatically NOT a negative feeling. Maybe it'd be better to say that I have re-prioritized? But semantics are just that, and I am settling — happily settling -– for less than everything I wanted for my wedding