As wedding vendors, it’s sometimes easy to cross a client off your list once their wedding has happened. Check it off and on to the next! But are you missing opportunities by not having a strong post-wedding follow-up strategy? In this week’s episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we’re chatting with a photographer who recently got married herself and discovered some aspects of being a bride that she never realized on the vendor side. Listen in as we discuss ways to be a better vendor based on a vendor’s actual wedding experience.
About our guest:
Rebecca Marie Photography is an international boutique wedding & event photography studio. Rebecca blends the storytelling elements of photojournalism with the curated beauty of an editorial eye. She believes wedding photography is not a time to push creative boundaries but a unique chance to document the beauty of all your loved ones in one room. Rebecca works with a limited number of couples and families each year in order to assure the full force of her attention is focused solely on your event weekend, which provides an incredibly personalized experience. Based out of Chicago, when Rebecca isn’t hanging out with engaged couples you can find her either playing with mud at a potter’s wheel or curled up on the couch with her husband, Kevin, and rescue pup, Hendrix. If she doesn’t already have a flight booked for next month, she’s planning the next trip, whether for work or for fun.
In this episode, listeners will hear about:
- Rebecca’s background and experience in the wedding industry
- Rebecca’s experience planning a destination, international wedding
- What Rebecca discovered in terms of giving clients deadlines and date estimates
- Rebecca’s post-wedding photo viewing “party” with her clients
- Ways to stay connected to couples after the big day
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