Monthly archives: June 2015

Four part blog post seriesPart IV: Preparing for your photographs | The Reception

After a long day of getting ready, vow exchanging and picture taking, it’s always comforting to have the reception - and party - ahead of you. Here are some tips that could enhance your celebration and dazzle your guests. Tip #1: Invest in lighting. There, I said it. There’s nothing worse than a dark, poorly lit reception venue. Now, this doesn’t mean to ask your D[...]

Four part blog post seriesPart III: Preparing for your photographs | Formal Portraits

Family formals are an important component of your wedding day. It’s your chance to have photos taken in a situation that presents a true opportunity, one which possibly may not happen again for quite some time, or potentially not ever again! It probably won’t be your favorite part of the day, but you will be grateful that you’ve set aside this time to ensure that the [...]

Four part blog post seriesPart II: Preparing for your photographs | The Ceremony

Whether you are having an outdoor ceremony on the lush lawns of your oceanfront venue, or keeping it traditional by exchanging vows in your family’s long time church, there are a few things to keep in mind before you say “I do” on the big day. Tip #1: Consider an unplugged ceremony. Your guests are there to celebrate your love and share this moment. If you’ve h[...]

four part | blog post seriesPart I: Preparing for your Photographs | Getting Ready

Wedding days can be hectic. We all know that. But they don’t have to be. There are plenty of things that you can do to ensure that you have a relaxing, leisurely day, starting with your bridal preparation. Here are a few tips that you may find useful as you plan your big day. Tip #1: Gather your details. This is anything from your shoes, to your jewelry, to your invi[...]