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THE POLITICS OF WEDDING FAIRS: How the Industry may be Hoodwinking YOU - by Mrs Twig

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THE POLITICS OF WEDDING FAIRS: How the Industry may be Hoodwinking YOU - by Mrs Twig

Politics and weddings probably aren’t two topics you’d expect to see coupled together in the same sentence (unless you are considering the fallout from sitting Auntie Jean next to cousin Frank at the reception when they haven’t spoken for 15 years). However, since becoming wedding suppliers ourselves, Mr Twig and I have realised that this industry is all about politics, cliques and inner circles that are more difficult than those little single serve sauce sachets to break into (I mean, seriously, could restaurants make it more obvious they don’t want you to use the condiments?!).

But, what does this mean for you, the client? Well, ultimately, you are in danger of being hoodwinked.

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Mr & Mrs Hall's Shropshire Vintage Wedding Photography

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Mr & Mrs Hall's Shropshire Vintage Wedding Photography

When James & Danielle's original photographer didn't work out we were thrilled that they came to us for their Shropshire vintage wedding photography.

The wedding took place on Friday 13th October at the Park House Hotel in Shifnal and the day certainly lived up to its superstitious hype with a number of ill-fated events!

But, despite the hitches in getting hitched, it was an amazing day and, as you can see, James and Danielle's devotion to each other was written all over their faces. 

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Wedding Photography and the Price of Tomatoes - By Mrs Twig

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Wedding Photography and the Price of Tomatoes - By Mrs Twig

Why is wedding photography so expensive? This is a question we get asked so often and it’s a good question, after all photography is just pointing a camera in the general vicinity of the subject and pressing a button, right? 

Anyone can do it.

It’s a bit like asking your best mate who has just procured that tiny new micro-drill to perform a root canal. Saves a few quid so what’s the harm, eh? 

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