If you’re only planning one day of photos in your dream dress – the wedding day – you’re missing out. Bridal portraits are a dry-run for the big day; they’re a wedding-day stress reducer, a reassuring run-through, and an excuse to wear your gown more than once. That’s why many brides favor this wedding tradition. […]
Do you want to have a perfect wedding day? It all starts with your getting ready. Here are the top tips for a perfect bride preparation from a wedding photography perspective.
You’ve planned your grand entrance, but have you thought about a grand exit? Sparkler exits are a great way to end a day of celebrations.
The beauty of twinkling stars and dark skies makes for a great photo backdrop. The Sneak Away session lasts no more than 20-30 minutes and is typically scheduled during your reception and after dinner.
This is when you finally get to see the reception you’ve been dreaming about for months. It’s a great opportunity for your photographer to capture a genuine reaction.
If you booked your venue because of the spectacular view of the ocean or the gorgeous vines in the winery, it’s essential to schedule your couple’s session 30-45 minutes before sunset.
One of the most memorable events of a wedding day is when the bride and groom see each other. Suddenly all the jitters and anticipation fade away and just the two get the chance to enjoy this remarkable moment.
Whether it’s in your group photos, during your first dance or your grand exit, toss items add that extra touch to your photos.
There is something about putting on that wispy piece of fabric that makes you finally feel like a bride. That beautiful long veil makes for some of the best pictures,
Plan to finish the process well ahead of schedule, too often do we see brides rushing because of unexpected delays.
Before hiring each vendor, do your research, check your venue’s preferred vendor list and most importantly, follow your instincts.
In order to maximize photo time on your wedding day, we recommend minimizing the number of photoshoot locations. You don’t want to spend more time traveling from point A to point B than actually taking pictures.