Usually the engagement session happens pretty soon after you book your wedding photographer, while you’re still trying to iron out all the details of your wedding, and possibly starting to feel the stress of it all.
A well planned timeline is essential to combating a stressful day. Whether you are going to create one yourself or work with your hired vendors, coming up with the best timeline for you and your future spouse is going to make all the difference in the world for everyone involved.
The number one pain point that we hear from a lot of couples is how they are nervous about having their photos taken. So if you are currently feeling this way, you are not alone!
Whether or not you are going for a super traditional wedding, or stepping out of the box a bit, a first look can be a back and forth kind of decision.
We recently learned that about 40% of brides have regrets with their photography and it broke our hearts. Having our own experience with photography regret, we strive to make that percentage much lower.
Your wedding day has been planned down to the letter, but once your day comes, it will go by in a blink of an eye. The last thing you want to happen is for certain photographic moments to go unnoticed and not captured.
Your wedding day is going to full of big moments, but don’t forget about the beauty of the small details that happen throughout your big day.
Unless you want your wedding photos to capture just a segment of your wedding day, you’d want to have a wedding timeline handy for your wedding photographer.
Deciding whether or not a First Look is right for you and your boo can be such a tough choice. So many couples, in our experience, opt-out of doing a First Look without truly understanding what it fully entails.
Calling all recently engaged grooms, yes you! You may have heard that the wedding is all about the bride and her ladies, but it’s your day too! Don’t get lost in how to plan your perfect wedding day, with these easy steps!