Dave's blog

Popping the Question

Looking into popping the question? Want some advice? Well let me give you some.Google it. That’s right, Google it will result several hundred pages. When I decided to write this blog I wanted to do my research so I started with Google and I was floored on all the volumes of advice and ideas. So what can I add to the already massive directory? Pretty much nothing, unless you need advice on places in the St Louis market. Then I have a few ideas, but the bottom line is you need to make it work for your situation.

Merry Christmas

As I shut down dave hunsche photography for Christmas, I want to take this time to wish you a very Merry Christmas! May the joy of the season be with your family, your friends, and most of all, with you. Whether you spend it with others or on your own, the holiday lasts for only a very short period of time each year, so savor it; or if you dread it, don't worry it’ll be over before you know it! So eat drink and get married, oops was that a slip?

So from dave hunsche photography in St Louis, to yours, Peace.

My Style of Photography

I am often asked by brides to describe my style. This can be for any photographer very daunting to add all their work down to a few sentences without sounding like a geek.


Engaged? Congratulations! You've set the wedding date. But the idea of planning such a huge event seems overwhelming.

1) First things first…

Determine the budget, size of the event, location, month, day, and time of day.

2) Budget advice…

If your budget allows, hiring a wedding planner is a great idea. They know the local vendors, can negotiate costs, and will manage the day alleviating stress.

3) Who pays for what?

Farmer's Almanac

I've compared the long range forecasts of the Farmers Almanac, local stations, the news, and weather Channel over the past several years and the Farmers Almanac has come closer to getting it right than any of the others the majority of the time.

I can remember my grandfather using the almanac to plant his award winning garden and it never failed.

So my advice to you brides is to just take a look at the Farmers Almanac on your projected wedding day in the St Louis market. Use this as one of your sources for making your special day even better.

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