Hey brides! Something that is SO important to me is to provide an experience to my couples. As a wedding photographer, I am going to be with you a LOT throughout your whole experience. So if you’re wondering if you’ll be a good fit as a #StephanieBrannBride… well, you are in the right place if you:
Love to have fun. By the end of your wedding experience as a #StephanieBrannBride, you’ll have had a lot of it… from your engagement session to the final hour of your wedding, we’ll be spending a lot of time together, and we’re going to have a BLAST the whole way!
Want a lot of guidance in front of the camera. Let’s face it, we’re all at least a little nervous having a huge, professional camera pointed at us… even me. :) I make it a top priority to ensure you feel comfortable in front of the camera. A lot of people tell me my photos look “natural” and “candid”… which means I don’t do a lot of posing, right?! Actually, that is farther from the truth! I am constantly communicating with my couples when they are in front of my camera. Doing this actually makes you look and feel MORE relaxed, which gives you those natural, candid photos you see on my website! If you’re looking for someone to guide and direct you to ensure you look your best, I’m your girl!
Want a friend in your photographer. By the end of your wedding experience, we’ll have probably spent around 20 hours communicating with and being around each other, whether that’s in person (at your consultation, engagement session, and wedding), through email, or on the phone. That’s a LOT of hours!! If you’re going to be around someone that long, you definitely want them as a friend to walk you through the process and be there for you.
Know at the end of the day, all that matters is you’re marrying your best friend. Even with all the planning, you know that the first thing that matters is you’re marrying the person you’ll love for the rest of your life. Your wedding day is not just a day for pretty flowers, hugs from friends and family, and eating good food… it’s DAY ONE of your marriage, and the vows you are making to each other mean the world to you.
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