January 10, 2020
By now you may have heard we’re having a little giveaway – and by little, we mean we’re giving away a full day of wedding photography.
So here’s what you may be asking yourselves:
“But guys, what’s so important about wedding photography?”
That’s an easy one for us, the photographers, to answer. Being able to express yourself through art and service others? It’s the best.
“What’s so important about wedding photography?”
If you’re engaged, knee-deep in wedding planning, and feeling the struggle of financing all of the bells and whistles that go into your big day, it can be a little harder to answer that question.
“We’d rather savor the moment than worry about pictures” or “We can’t afford a fancy photographer so maybe we’ll ask a friend?” or “We cant afford the photographer we really want so we’ll find someone cheaper, I guess”
I’m sure if you’re going through it with wedding planning, you can relate to one of those statements. But we’re here to say that’s not good enough – you deserve a wedding photographer.
When we started Sava, one of the first things we talked about was our mission. Wedding photographers aren’t often associated with having a “mission,” but we thought it was important for us to have one in order to really serve our clients to the best of our ability. That’s when we decided one day, we would give away a full day of wedding photography.
Maybe you’re feeling the brunt of unemployment. Maybe your finances are spread thin with kids, a mortgage, bills, etc. Maybe you’re saving up for a house. Maybe you’re an immigrant trying to find your footing in this country. Or maybe you just really, really love each other and want to give each other the world and more.
We’ve heard it all – and we’re only 1 week into our giveaway.
If you’re recently engaged (or if you know someone who is) and wedding photography is something you can only dream of being able to afford, share your story with us. Tell us how we can ease your burden, whether it’s with this giveaway or our other promotions and discounts we’ve got up our sleeves.
Melissa & Michael