In today’s economic climate it’s important for everyone to become more aware of their financial outgoings than ever before. So it’s hardly surprising that brides-to-be will spend hours trawling the internet for suppliers for their wedding in the hope of getting a good deal.
Unfortunately, the internet’s ability to provide anyone, anytime of day with as much information about any wedding service that they like, is ironically, not necessarily in the interests of the couple getting married.
Have you ever been bamboozled?
Being bamboozled is when you experience a temporary mind seizure! Don’t worry though, it’s not dangerous, just very frustrating! I often experience bamboozlement when out shopping and find myself faced with dozens and dozens of different options from what seems like every retailer on the planet! The internet is similar and it has to be used with a degree of caution.
A sure way of eradicating any possibility of bamboozlement, is to have a clear idea in your head about what you are looking for. The internet is not a place for those of a temperamental nature who aren’t quite sure what they want, because bamboozlement will get you! A good way not to become bamboozled is often to go with your gut instincts, as first impressions are often the right ones.
How many times have you seen something for the very first time and decided that it’s just right for you. You then continue searching and looking, frightened that you may make a bad decision, only then to return to the very first thing that you saw!
Please don’t get me wrong, it’s very important to check out all your possibilites and compare costs and things, but please, for your partner’s sake, and your sanity, avoid bamboozlement at all costs!
Article by Howard Keith of Howard Keith Photography