The Nervous Bride
A bride’s clearly nervous – not paying full attention, lost in thought, very distressed, when one of her guests asks what’s going on, why is she so upset?
The bride says that she’s nervous and afraid that her memory will fail her when it comes time to do the actual ceremony. The friendly guest says, “pfft, it’s easy, dear, you just need to remember three simple things.”
“First, the aisle – you’ll be walking straight down it, and only for a few steps, really. Second, the alter because that’s where you’ll stop at the end of the aisle. Third and final thing to remember is the hymn – the song we’ll all sing when the service begins.”
Feeling slightly buoyed, the bride was ready for the ceremony and proceeded with confidence. As she walked to the wedding march, family and friends of her husband to be were horrified and felt sorry for him, as they could hear her uttering three words over and over again – “Aisle. Alter. Hymn. Aisle. Alter. Hymn.” (I’ll alter him!)
At a wedding in Alberta, the best wedding photographers in Calgary banded together and yelled out, “Can all the married men please go and stand next to the one special person who makes your life worth living?”
The bartender was just about crushed to death.
Don’t tell this one to the Calgary engagement photographers you know…
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Sell your camera!
The Classic Lightbulb
This one is more for the lonely guy at the back who calls himself the greatest wedding videographer Calgary has ever seen!
How many photographers (or in this case videographers – change it up a bit, make it your own) do you need to change a single light bulb?
Fifty. Just one to change the bulb, and forty nine to say, “I could have done that!”