Remember the moment that thought flashed through your mind about the person you are planning to marry? It’s a pretty important question. One that’s so much easier to answer when you have met or at least talked to that other person. Right? Getting to know someone is a fundamental part of deciding whether you would enjoy spending more time with them in the future.
Imagine a courtship that begins with an email from your potential partner requesting your college transcripts, Meyers-Briggs evaluation and most recent tax return. That’s a “sweep-you-off-your-feet” level of romance right there.
Funny thing is, we receive emails every day from busy brides-to-be that simply say “Are you available for my date? If so, please send pricing.”
Woah there! Let’s slow things down just a bit. Don’t get me wrong, we’re flattered. There are hundreds, probably thousands of other photographers you could have reached out to. You chose to send W&W a note and while it certainly makes us all tingly with excitement, this thing we’re talking about, this documenting of your personal history is so much more than simply a transaction. At least it is to us.
Wedding photography is a team sport and you would be on our team just as much as we would be a part of yours. You need to know that we are legit professionals who can get the job done and we need to know that you’re not that girl on the reality show our Moms keep warning us about. That seems best accomplished by talking with each other.
We only mention all of this because of our five core truths, we consider the last one to be the most important for W&Ws long term legacy. So lets connect on the phone or in person and make sure we’re a good fit before we get deep into details. Yes, it’s old school, but so is wearing a wedding dress and we’ve never had a bride pass that one up.
W&W Core Truth #5
” Our clients become a part of our history and our family…
…Let’s choose each other carefully.”