Man, we all want that right? Boy, did I get a wake up call... So I get booked online. All the goodies and pretty much everything I had to offer on top of that. I never met the B&G. They were out of state. In fact everything was booked from out of state. But the venue is here in town. Everything looks cool. I book a lot of jobs via the internet. So I go to the venue. The very best hotel in town. I already knew that, but these people had 3 floors blocked off. One floor just for the reception. 700 guests. I didn't know that before hand. So we split up the three man team to cover everything going on a once. The wedding party is the who's who of the planet. I didn't know that either. The guest list is celebrities, major business people, newcasters, powerplayers and actual royalty. The wedding itself was in the $800,000 range I was stoked. Who wouldn't be? At first...... The bride looks like Grace Kelly. The groom is totally sweet and super handsome. Most of the guests were total dolls. Some were not. They thought it was fun to mess with us...to try to block our shots....on purpose. Some would not let us take shots of them at all. Others were flat out rude. The wedding party, was reclusive in taking photos. So were some of the guests. I have never heard, "No photos" as much in my life. I've never been viewed as an employee, and on this wedding I wasn't viewed that way by everyone, but about 90 percent viewed me that way. People snapped at me with their fingers, and called me, "Girl". I was blown away. So I finally made it to the bigtime wedding. After many years of hard work. It's definately the most beautiful, crazy, star studded wedding I've ever worked, but at the end of the day, I was dissolusioned. I was a bit angry. And I discovered that I'd rather work for the groups I am most used to. Most couples I work with think of me as a friend, not an employee. Being an employee sucks. Anyway, I just needed to vent. I can't exactly go to the families with my feelings of frustration. After uploading the RAWS, I know this is going to be a fantastic wedding. How can it not be? But I'm not sure that I ever want to repeat this experience. Ever. It was truly the hardest thing I've ever encountered. Again, just venting. Thanks for listening. I needed to "spill" to other people who would understand.