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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    Ok this might sound a bit odd but we are having a photographer for the wedding ceremony,photos after and then beginning of the evening reception but I don't want him to take any photographs during the wedding breakfast. But now I'm confused, he knows these are the times I want photographs but while we are eating what will he do? Do I just expect him to buzz off to somewhere else in the hotel or do I pay for him to sit and eat with us? It's family ands close friends only so not sure this is what I want to do but what is everyone else doing? Help I feel bad
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    • almost a year wife!!
      CommentAuthoralmost a year wife!!
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    Me friends gave their photographer money towards a meal in their hotel restaurant, were friends with ours so he and his wife are guests too x

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    • AmyH608
      CommentAuthorAmyH608
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    Firstly love the name of this post about starving them :) I totally didnt even think about the photographers until my mum said that we have to feed them!! lol!! Well not have to, but i suppose its nicer to include them or like Missweedles said give them money to buy something if thats an option. Were fortunate to have 2 rooms at our venue (the bar lounge and then the main room) so will seat the photographers in bar! xx
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    • NataleeM
      CommentAuthorNataleeM
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    i asked this too - i said i would provide them with a meal but not one like ours but sandwiches or something but my mum was like no you dont need to bother x



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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
      Got married 6 years ago
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    I don't mind him like grabbing some buffet food at evening and I'll buy him some drinks but the wedding breakfast is 69.50 per head and I think if I'm paying so much money for the actual photography an extra 70pound on top is a lot, especially when we had to tighten down on guests and haven't invited a few people just invited them to the night they may get offended.
    Ohhh I'm stuck
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    • Marrying.Ryan
      CommentAuthorMarrying.Ryan
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    When I go to work, I take a packed lunch. My employer doesn't buy me lunch.
    He is doing his job and he is getting paid for it. Ours is a friend, too, so we don't have that problem. But I would just send him an email ask what he normally does in the break and if you need to provide anything for him during this break? ie somewhere to sit...
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    • nikki40
      CommentAuthornikki40
      Got married 6 years ago
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    I have asked my venue to supply some sandwiches and crisps for my photographer and videographer and there is another bar area for them to sit and they are happy with that.
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    • Katya
      CommentAuthorKatya
      Got married 5 years ago
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    If I were you, I would check your contract as your first point of call. If it does not state that you are required to feed them, then the choice is yours. There is not really answer correct answer for this question, it is all dependant on the couple & the photographer.

    I worked with a photographer in the past, he was rather rude, he expected to be fed, the couple offered to feed me, but did not offer to feed their photographer, he even told the venue that they had forgotten a meal, & tht there should have been a meal for him. The venue clarified it with me, I was unaware of a meal being provided for him & told the venue that at this point they can either ask the couple or leave it down to the fact that i would only be unaware of an extra meal if he was trying to pull a fast one (i was the couples planner), i was aware of every meal selection, every food intolerance & every dietary requirement of everyone eating that day, so being unaware of the photographer (having seen his contract), it seemed to me he was trying to pull a fast one. The venue agreed that thats what they thought he was doing also. The couple were unaware of this until after their honeymoon when they contacted me to make sure everything went ok after the event.

    it is always advisable to check your contracts with every supplier to see if they require feeding.

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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
      Got married 6 years ago
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    I don't think I actually have a contract? I have it written in email the agreed times for arrival and departure and what I would like etc etc,I also have a receipt for the deposit I've paid but that's it he said to pay him the final amount on the day. Should I have one? Or was this the agreeing times thing?
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    • barbie86
      CommentAuthorbarbie86
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    You should have a contract of some sort, yes; it should set out what services you will be receiving, and when. I would definitely be getting a copy as I've seen people not request one and run into issues later on when it comes to things like when the photos/albums are delivered, who has the rights to the photos, etc. Always wise to have a proper written contract with any big purchase just to be on the safe side.

    As far as food goes: most venues will provide what's called a 'vendor meal' which will basically be something cheap and cheerful, usually around the £20 mark. Or, another option if your venue has a separate bar/restaurant is to give them vouchers to spend. In our case we're giving ours £20 each to spend on a meal during the day (which will get them a meal and drink), and then they can just eat from the buffet in the evening.
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    • katielea100
      CommentAuthorkatielea100
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    I'm nice so I'm feeding my photographer lol plus she's giving me an amazing deal anyway lol x
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    • Showgirl
      CommentAuthorShowgirl
      Got married 6 years ago
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    So glad this thread has been started - I haven't booked a photographer yet but now know I need to ask if she expects a meal and make sure we have a contract in place.
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    • lala "mod" bunni
      CommentAuthorlala "mod" bunni
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    Unless you Greed to feeding them as part of your contract then NO , you don't have to feed them ..... If you employed builders would you provide them with a 3 course lunch ? ..

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    • barbie86
      CommentAuthorbarbie86
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    MarryingRyan: I used to think the same way you do; then I sat down and thought about it.

    Our photographers are arriving at about 9am. Allowing for travel time, that means they'll probably eat breakfast around 7am.

    They will then be working solidly until around 3/3.30pm, shooting the getting ready and pre-ceremony shots, the ceremony, and then doing the posed/family photos. They'll be on their feet most of that time, and lugging heavy cameras and equipment about.

    They're then getting a break for part of the wedding breakfast, during which they'll grab a quick bite to eat while preparing a slide-show of images to show in the evening. They'll get some down-time in-between; about an hour.

    They're then photographing our evening reception from 7.30pm until 10.30pm officially, but have said they'll keep taking picture unofficially until they leave.

    Yeah, they could bring a packed lunch; but they'll be working a very physical 13 hour day, with only about a 1.5 hour break. I kind of feel the least we can do is provide them with something fresh and substantial, and with what the wedding is costing, £40 is really not that big a deal.

    Now, if we were having our photographer for 4 hours, I would probably feel differently; but that's not the case.
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    • MrsH-2B
      CommentAuthorMrsH-2B
      Got married 5 years ago
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    I asked our photographer if they would like food, she told me that we're one of the only couples that had offered food and that she usually takes a pack up ! I then contacted our venue and they can make up just the main meal that we're having for the photographer with no extra charge :-) Make sure you ask their food preferences though as our photographer is a veggie ! Would've been embarrassing to serve her with a big hunk of steak haha ! xxx

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    • NicolaG1
      CommentAuthorNicolaG1
      Got married 6 years ago
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    Mine says she's going to have a packed lunch but I am going to organise for her and the videographer to have a meal at the bar whilst we are having ours upstairs. Its a hell of a long day to last on a packed lunch :( xx
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    • DonnaH39
      CommentAuthorDonnaH39
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    A lot of venue's cater for the photographers free of charge anyway, so check with your venue, they take them away so they're out of the way as most people don't want photo's of all their guests eating anyway




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    • BethanyS
      CommentAuthorBethanyS
      Got married 5 years ago
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    I'm going to be having a wedding package at one of the venues I pick, where they pick the photographer, so I am taking they would feed them? x
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    • SandyG83
      CommentAuthorSandyG83
      Got married 4 years ago
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    we are feeding our photographer as he is going to be with us from getting ready to the first dance :)

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    • NinaDawson
      CommentAuthorNinaDawson
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    I told my photographer that him and his assistant could help themselves. However, they decided to sit in the car with a pack up. However I didn't have a three course meal, it was a hot buffet in a sports pavilion :)

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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
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    I think I'm going to speak to venue see if they can do him something to eat in restaurant. It's going to be a Really intimate wedding breakfast and I'm sure he would feel out of place eating with us anyway so I'll pack him off to other side I think lol god I'm evil x
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    • Elinor Claire
      CommentAuthorElinor Claire
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    We haven't planned to feed our photographer. He didn't mention it when we met and it's not in the contract. I can't remember what timings we discussed, but if we do have him stay until the first dance, which is probably the last point we'd need him (assuming we cut the cake before), I would just ensure he had sufficient break time and expect him to cater for himself. He's not a friend, he's someone we've hired to do a professional job. It would be great if any of the forum experts are photographers who could say what they would expect.

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    • CommentAuthorHelainaH
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    We weren't contracted to feed our photographer, but she was such a gem that we wanted her to sit down and join our guests for the wedding breakfast. We'd asked her if she would be ok with that at our pre wedding shoot, and asked about any dietary requirements.

    Plus she had travelled from Middlesbrough to Hereford for us (long story) and was taking photos from 12pm- 7.30pm.
    For how much we paid for our amazing photos (she was a bargain, compared to others! ), it was the least we could do x
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    • MrsThomson2B
      CommentAuthorMrsThomson2B
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    I will not be hiring a photogpraher that expects me to feed them....that being said when I hire my photogrpapher providing we get on well and there are no issues before the wedding I will organise a small meal for them while we eat.

    The way I see it though as a rule is that you are paying a photographer a hell of a lot of money. Think about it...you pay your photographer £1000 for an 8 hour day that's £120 an HOUR. granted you have to consider from that they deduct travel costs, insurance, albums, camera equipment etc...but this is all tax deductable at the end of the tax year...so they will take a majority of this home......so the people who are paying because they think that poor photographer is on their feet all day....they can afford to buy a lunch from that hefty sum you pay them.

    I work 13 hour days at work and start at 8.45am. I get to my shop at around 8.20am when i have breakfast and sometimes wont get a break again until 5pm....My work doesn't pay for meals for me and I don't get to plan my day in advance either.

    If a photographer is experienced they will plan ahead and have little snacks in their bag that they caneat quickly to keep them going.
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    • LauraJo87
      CommentAuthorLauraJo87
      Got married 7 years ago
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    The price you pay a photographer doesn't just cover the day - it covers the hours they will spend afterwards going through, sorting and touching up - weeks in some cases.

    If a builder was at my house from 11am til 9pm, I would offer them something to eat...bacon butters or something of that ilk. Similarly, if I've been working at a clients I do appreciate the offer, and most clients will offer something, particularly if I'm working in a hospitality/catering environment,

    I'm sure none of them would expect to join in the wedding breakfast, or have a three course meal, but a bar snack or something would be most welcome.

    We offered ours food, they were very grateful but said they usually just bring their own pack ups.

    For the sake of twenty quid, and to keep the person who will be in charge of such an important aspect of most weddings happy, I'd at least offer it.

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    • Whovianbride
      CommentAuthorWhovianbride
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 23rd 2014
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    most photographers include that they must be provided with a meal in there contract, and most venues will offer a vendor meal, a 1 course meal for photographers and bands etc

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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
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      Posted: Jan 24th 2014
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    Well I emailed my photographer and asked him if he would like me to arrange him a lunch in the restaurant and if he had any dietary requirements and this is the email I got back...

    Hi Victoria,
     
    Thanks for thinking about me. I don’t eat during the day when I’m working, so please let Whitley Hall know that I won’t need feeding (although I’ll probably grab a sausage roll or two from your evening buffet – thanks)– I use the time when you and your guests are eating to ‘chill-out’, and check out a few things / change batteries ..etc.
     
    Many thanks,
     
    Alan

    Great :) that's sorted that (and saved me some money lol)
     
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    • thefuture:Mrs_Hurren
      CommentAuthorthefuture:Mrs_Hurren
      Got married 5 years ago
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    I think that if you have the option of providing your photographer a meal and you can afford to I would offer it to them. I'm getting married in a hotel, I will not be seating my photographer with us in the room but I did offer to buy his lunch from the hotels main dining room.
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    • TrasaD
      CommentAuthorTrasaD
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    Luckily for us it's my h2bs dad that is doing our photography (it's his job anyway), so he's going to be sitting with us for our breakfast, but I know he takes his own lunch with him or money to eat in when he's doing other people's. He also usually uses the opportunity to talk to the staff for wedding scenes at the time too. Maybe you could just email yours to ask what he does with his breaks to decide from there xoxox

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    • Velcro
      CommentAuthorVelcro
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 25th 2014
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    It's in my contract to feed my photographer!

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    • *KelBel*
      CommentAuthor*KelBel*
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    It doesn't say in my contract to, but I did ask him to be polite if he wanted one as they are there working longer than pretty much your whole day,most photographers start 3hrs before the wedding but he told me he'll bring food to eat in the car... I was horrified! The photographer knows some of my family anyway so I've told him that he's having some of the hog roast in the evening if he's gonna bring something for the day....I think you need something hot after working all day (think it's the mummy in me coming out)!

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    • TrasaD
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    I think I'd be the same if we wasn't having my ffil xoxox

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    • CommentAuthorJoannaS
      Posted: Jan 26th 2014
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    we fed our photographers they just sat in the bar area couldn't see them starve lol
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    • LauraK7
      CommentAuthorLauraK7
      Got married 5 years ago
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    Oh I'd better look into this although at £50 a head for the meal not sure I fancy paying that
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    • princesspixie
      CommentAuthorprincesspixie
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Jan 26th 2014
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    i'd not even thought about this suppose i will discuss it with the photographer though, she's our family photographer so known her for a while now xx

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    • LauraF89
      CommentAuthorLauraF89
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 26th 2014
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    Oh poop, didnt even think about this,will email her in the week and see what she says! Can't i just make her a packed lunch..:-D

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    • Crawf
      CommentAuthorCrawf
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 26th 2014
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    Our photographers (they come as a couple!) will be leaving temporarily after the speeches in which time they will get their own lunch. They come back to take pictures in the evening and will be able to take from the evening buffet BBQ. They suggested it actually, which was good of them as I had also not thought of feeding them!!
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    • clairenina
      CommentAuthorclairenina
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 26th 2014
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    Our photographer is a guest, so she will be fed, but if she wasn't then I wouldn't supply food. I don't expect my employer to feed me. We are getting married at 3pm, so I should imagine she will only be taking photo's for A PART OF 4 or 5 hours. I work for 9 hours a day and manage to feed myself.
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    • Gems
      CommentAuthorGems
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 27th 2014
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    As ours is a family friend and working all morning and evening i've arranged with the hotel to provide him with a meal which we will pay for while we are having the wedding breakfast. He gave us such a good discount that i felt it was only right.

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    • AmyH608
      CommentAuthorAmyH608
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 27th 2014
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    Does anyone have any advice on how to ask the photographer? lol ours doesnt state in the contract they want feeding but id feel mean not feeding them :-/ xx
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    • VictoriaB
      CommentAuthorVictoriaB
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: Jan 27th 2014
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    Amy I just emailed mine and said
    Hi it's just (enter name here and date of wedding) just a quick email as I was writing questions to ask our venue at final details and wondered what you'd like to do regards to eating,I can ask the venue if we can arrange to get you some lunch in the restaurant or if you'd prefer to do your own thing that's fine, we will be having a buffet on the evening and you're more than welcome to eat anything you like along with guests. Hope all is well and look forward to you photographing our wedding
    Kind regards

    Blah blah blah lol mine said he would do his own thing and be changing batterys in his break so that saved me some money on his lunch lol I'm so tight x
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    • NicoleS1
      CommentAuthorNicoleS1
      Posted: Jan 27th 2014
     
    As the daughter of a self employed builder, my dad is rarely offered any food and sometimes even struggles to grab a drink. I think it's a shame that we do have to pay so much for our photographers to eat as well. I'm panicking as I'm having four photographers and videographers. Ekks!!! I guess the best thing to do is just see what it says in their contract! Xxx
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    • MrsX2b
      CommentAuthorMrsX2b
      Got married 6 years ago
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    I asked mine as we was more than happy to pay for them to have what we are having as they will be there all day.. But mine said no he will make a pack up and while we eat he goes and backs up all the pics he has taken then comes back to eat his pack up so il just let him do that and say on the day if he wants any buffet or sweets/popcorn and wedding cake to just help himself. Im self employed and I get offered all sorts lol from fried eggs sandwiches or like pancakes cupcakes cheesecake jacket and beans, tea coffee pop, Iv even been offered to go round one ladys for a roast lol

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    • Whovianbride
      CommentAuthorWhovianbride
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    Most will say in there contract whether food should be provided. but does not have to be from wedding breakfast, ask the venue/caterers about meals for vendors.

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    • leasa
      CommentAuthorleasa
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    I'll be offering our photographers a meal, I'd feel rude not to.
    My sister is a photographer but I want her to enjoy the day as my moh.

    She bought us the photographers as our wedding gift and has got us (in her opinion) the best there is.

    We want the best so I think if we "look after" them, then they will "look after" us.

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    • kittyh
      CommentAuthorkittyh
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Apr 30th 2014
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    We will be providing the photographer a meal, our caterers will just give them something similar to our main but not a starter or a dessert...its best just to ask the photographer what they are planning to do. Ours said he would bring a packed lunch as our venue is a bit out of the way so he couldn't just pop out and get something but I think for the sake of an extra meal I would rather he was fed and happy, especially as he will be making up our album after the event :)
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    • AprilS61
      CommentAuthorAprilS61
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Apr 30th 2014
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    I think I read somewhere that unless they state they actually require a meal, they just bring their own packed lunch, just not sure if that was one company in particular or generic. Check their website x

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    • lala "mod" bunni
      CommentAuthorlala "mod" bunni
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Apr 30th 2014
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    omg im so hard ... if our photographer hadn't been a guest anyway i would not have been providing a meal , i dont do lunch for my plumber or anyone else i may employ!

    when i have anyone in i do offer drinks but that's it, i dont get food provided for me by my employer !!!!

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    • CharlotteE98
      CommentAuthorCharlotteE98
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Apr 30th 2014
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    I read in a magazine that you shouldn't forget to feed the photographer. We'll make sure he's got something to eat. H2B's Sister fed their photographer at their wedding.
 
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