The Five Golden Rules 4
Your first priority in this event is the preservation of your relationship.
There’s no point walking down the aisle in the best-organized wedding of the year if you can’t stand the sight of the person at the other end of it.
If your partner says to you, “We can’t do that, my parents won’t like it” their priority in this insurance is the relationship with their parents, and not necessary to yours.
Reaching decisions that may have far-reaching circumstances is never simple.
If you are going to put your foot down, make sure it’s important enough to do so. The key is to pick your battles. It’s more about putting everything in perspective and prioritizing what is really most important.
The organization of your wedding is a test of how you will function as a team. The decision-making process is unique to the dynamics of each couple. Some people like to organize every aspect together, other like to delegate parts, while others prefer to split the tasks.
We have noticed that a lot of our clients likes to come to see me together on their first appointment. So they both can see more of my work and feel the connections with myself as their wedding photographer.
Agree at the early stage how you will work , so you don’t get yourself in a position where
the person is accusing the other of not pulling their weight, or pulling too much weight.
Rule Three will be update soon. Stay tuned!