One of the biggest mistakes wedding photographers make
Kirsten Ott Palladino, 5 years ago 4 min read
Wedding vendors—particularly wedding photographers—have a right to their art and promoting their work to attract future clients. But at what cost to their clients?
How to create inclusive wedding contracts
Kirsten Ott Palladino, 5 years ago 5 min read
All too often, wedding pros put a line for the bride’s name and a line for the groom’s name as the clients. But what if there are two brides and no groom? Two grooms and no bride? A person who identifies as a bride and another who doesn’t identify with either term? Two people who just want to get married but aren’t into those labels?
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