“Buy yards of simple fabric and pin them over the offending drapes,” Lee says. It’s a quick fix – no sewing required – and it can really transform the venue.
While you can’t exactly redecorate, you can shift the focus. “I like to transform a space with what I call ‘moving wallpaper’ – we use projectors and add moving images to the walls,” Worley says.
We’re here, of course, to get you as prepared as possible for your wedding day – and even if aesthetics aren’t that important to you, you might want to consider booking the below beauty appointments before your “I dos” (not only so you feel as confident as possible on your day, but also so you love every single photo). For the record, we think you’ll look beautiful no matter what – but here are some appointments you may not want to skip.
Family portraits tend to be some of the more unnatural shots in a bridal album. Seriously – when do you ever stand in a straight line, with perfect posture, all looking in the same direction, in real life?
Using natural light coming in from behind a couple creates über-romantic images. “To achieve this look, you shoot when the sun is setting or rising – when the light is soft and warm, which flatters the subject.”