You've signed a contract and put down some dolla dolla billz! Now suddenly there are crickets in your inbox and weeks of wondering when your photographer will get back to you with that timeline. WRONG! Because you my friend have made it this far and have read both How to Choose a Wedding Photographer and 16 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer! You have a kick-ass photographer who runs his/her business like a BOSS my friend. Go You! You can set those fears aside, kick back, and expect to be spoiled. Here's a little of what will be coming your way, especially if you're one of my clients!
1. SWAG | I love to love on my clients. What's my love language? Gifting. It's true! I love to give gifts. And the first item all my clients receive is a welcome package with goodies from me!
2. Communication, Communication, Communication | You should receive regular communication from your photographer. Sure, maybe not every day, that might be a bit much but they should be initiating communications with you. I like to check in on my clients and see how wedding plans are going. Also, don't hesitate to run things by your wedding photographer or ask their opinion. Most of us have been to a lot of weddings and can give you some helpful tips!
3. Questionnaires | I love to send questionnaires to my clients! This is a great way for me to get to know them better, ask for details and even form the timeline. Be yourself and honest in these and have fun!
4. Expect to be surprised | Any good business is going to wow you! I want my clients to not only love their photos but their experience! Your photographer should over deliver and expect to be surprised and delighted!
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Beth Bowman is an intimate wedding, destination, and elopement photographer with a heart for adventure based in Lexington, Virginia. She thrives on awkward, intimate, and authentic moments. Her mission is to document moments of love and light that they may encourage and inspire others during hard times--that love is the only true adventure. Her style is romantic, creative, and genuine. She believes in getting out in the rain, head back laughs, taking risks, and brave love stories.