A great deal of research goes into writing a wedding biography, not only for the article that the article is going to be posted under, but also for the bio itself. The bio should be written with the wedding in mind and should take into account the personal tastes and styles of the people being interviewed. While it may be easy to write about how happy you are on your wedding day, it may be impossible to write a truly gripping wedding biography without taking into consideration the opinions and the preferences of the other person to whom the piece is being written. For instance, if the writer does not personally know the groom, he or she will need to make sure that the person being interviewed has the same or similar tastes as the guest. There are several different types of interviews available, which can be tailored to the person being interviewed in order to make certain that the information provided is accurate and up-to-date.
When the time comes to begin the actual interview process, many writers find it beneficial to set aside a particular period of time for the interview. The bride and groom will typically want to discuss topics that relate to their families, their own individual hobbies and interests, and also any other aspects of their lives. It is important that the wedding writer is willing to sit down and conduct the interview with the groom or the bride, as long as the interview time is allotted and the writer is comfortable with both individuals.
Once the wedding biography has been compiled and is ready to be posted, the writer is often in a position of having to decide how much they want to get personal with each guest, as well as whether they want to include photographs of family members. Most of us get married once and have family members from our past who we think about fondly. As the years pass, more of us get married to new family members and those old wedding memories become distant and perhaps even forgotten. However, it is important that the wedding writer be absolutely comfortable with asking guests for their input in the construction of the final biography. The decision to publish an interview with a family member or friend can have a life changing impact on how your scrapbook turns out.