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How to Get Good Wedding Photography Reviews and Testimonials

Last updated on Aug 20, 2018 by Waseem Abbas

Do you want to get testimonials and review for your photography services? Listening to your clients will help you understand what they expect from you. However, good testimonials and reviews also get you new clients. In this guide, we will share how to get good wedding photography testimonials.

Benefits of Good Wedding Photography Testimonials and Reviews

As a photographer, good feedback will always motivate you to go out of the way for your clients.

It is also beneficial to grow your photography business. You can display these testimonials and reviews on your wedding photography website to share what your clients say about you with the new visitors.

Let’s take a look on the key points for getting wedding photography testimonials and reviews from your clients:

1. Don’t be Afraid to Ask

You should not wonder about what they say. Simply request your client when signing the wedding photography contract to give the testimonial or review after the ceremony.

Don't Afraid to Ask

It will be your service that can make a testimonial or review good or bad. You need to give it your best when taking the wedding photos and let the couple decide what they want to say about it. If they are happy with your services, you’ll get a good testimonial.

You can also send your business’s review link. We recommend registering at the following popular sites where customers tend to find local photographers based on reviews.

2. Under Promise, Over Deliver

Do not make big promises you may not be able to meet before the wedding day. It’s always a great gesture to over deliver than promising and not fulfilling.

Under Promise Over Deliver

Going beyond the contract and take more photos than you committed to is a great way to impress your clients and get great testimonials. One way to achieve this is to give extra time during the couple poses shoot. A client’s weddings is their most important day, and they will always be thrilled by your extra efforts.

3. Keep in Touch

Once the wedding sessions are done and you deliver the photos, your not done. A client can bring more customers for you. If you don’t already have it, ask for their email to stay connected. This ensures they have your email if they need to forward it to a friend.

Stay in Touch

When you have the email of the client, you can request for the testimonial or send them your review link(s). In the meantime, they must have seen the photos, and they will surely give a good wedding photography testimonial to you for your work.

4. Make it Easy

What if your client can simply add the testimonial on your site by themselves? You can make the process easy for your clients by allowing them to add their feedback and reviews directly on your photography website.


If your site is on WordPress ,we recommend you use WPForms plugin to create a review form for collecting and displaying testimonials from clients. You should check out this guide on how to allow users to leave testimonials on your WordPress site.

That’s all. We hope this tutorial has helped you to learn how to get good wedding photography testimonials from your clients.

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