David Esquire Shares How To Make The Most Out Of Your Wedding Day At Pasadena Bridal Faire

de-1aGood evening from a very sleepy Esquire Photography HQ in Huntington Beach, California everyone.  I just got in a short while ago from a very exciting day at the Bridal Showplace Wedding Exhibit in Pasadena, CA where I was not only a wedding photographer meeting new brides and grooms, but I also had the honour of speaking before both fashion shows.

Today I was able to share my thoughts on how to make the most out of your wedding day with a few helpful tips that are tried & true for wedding planning.  Things like; getting to know your vendors and having a wedding day liaison – things like that.  If you know your wedding vendors, you’re more likely to have your vision achieved for your wedding day.  And, when you have a wedding day liaison – you’re sure to have a much smoother process planning your wedding and wedding day with a wing-person in your corner.

Also!  I met a really cool photographer that was going around shooting the event & happened to catch a couple of snaps of me during my first presentation.  His name is Miguel Mayo – a professional photographer out of Southern California.  I have to tell you that he had to have had his skinny lens on because he made me look much thinner than what I really am.  Thanks Miguel!!

Before I share with you a couple more photos from my presentation and you’re thinking… Hey – I’d really like to get to know this Orange County Wedding Photographer in Huntington Beach, California, feel free to Contact Me or send me an email direct at david@esquirephotography.com.  You can also stay in touch with me in “real time” on Twitter, Facebook and my Facebook Fan Page too.

Have a super night & stay tuned this week as I’ll have some beautiful work to share with you from Sari & Sean’s wedding that I photographed at the Renaissance Hotel in Hollywood, California yesterday – cheers!

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