“This ring is a token I gave to thee,
That thou no tokens do change for me.”
Janet shares that this poem brings to mind a vivid picture of what takes place in the bridal shopping market today.
“This average photo will I take,
money being the only thing at stake.”
After this eventful day, the silken dress is stored, glorious gifts put away, delectable food forgotten with the next grand meal consumed. What remains constant is the images that are captured on your wedding day of all these things so long planned for.
Janet encourages brides to choose photography with the same value placed on it as she does the ring, the dress, the menu, - for it will be the one daily constant reminder to recall her blissful day on one’s coffee table.
Erica ~ …going beyond the call of duty…You’ve done a terrific job!
B.T. ~ …I knew you had done a good job, but “Wow” I was not prepared to be that impressed.
Emily ~ …everyone I have shown has commented on how creative & touching you pictures are. Someone even said they look like a magazine ad!
Kristen ~ …we had so many pictures to take and you did them all…we appreciate your being so flexible with us. You brought a sense of professionalism to our …
Do not be swayed by a dozen good internet photos . . .
it might be the only ones you will see!
Janet Iglesias Woodman of Children & More Photography has been in business for 14 years. Since 2002 she has received three 2nd place awards in the state of NC in the categories of Photojournalism, Illustrative, and Unclassified. She has a BA Degree in TV Production, and belongs to 3 professional photography organizations. She is married, and the mother of 3 boys. Her faith and family being her greatest inspiration.
Have a blessed wedding day & life……. Janet