Bridal portraits are photographs taken several months before a wedding in which brides wear their gowns for a solo photo shoot in a location of their choice.  The bride can give print photos as gifts to her husband, parents, or grandparents. It’s a present and a memory they’ll cherish long after the wedding day has passed. 

The time between the ceremony and dinner is known as a cocktail hour which means the reception portion of the wedding is about to begin. This is when guests can consume beer, wine, signature drinks, and light appetizers. You get to see old friends, ooh and ahh at newlyweds, and savor a few tipples and […]

A wedding is one of a couple’s first and most beautiful days. Together with all the preparations, many would ask if the veil is necessary for a modern bride today.  The history and significance of the wedding veil are fascinating. Traditionally, wedding veils have played an essential role in the past. It symbolizes purity, deterrence of evil spirits, and protection of the bride from the eyes of the groom.

This is such an exciting time in your life, and you will almost certainly have a few or more questions as you begin the process of organizing your wedding. Finding the perfect dress is an important part of the wedding planning process, and whether you’ve been dreaming of this day since you were a little girl or the idea of trying on a bunch of white dresses isn’t your cup of tea, we want to help you make this experience as enjoyable and stress-free as possible, and we want to celebrate with you!

When it comes to roles, the Maid of Honor will be more than willing and happy to assist with tasks such as addressing invitations and selecting wedding colors. However, remember that your maid of honor is not a personal assistant but your right-hand woman. Thus, you should not be puzzled about the roles of your Maid of Honor. Today’s blog post will serve as the ultimate guide to choosing your Maid of Honor—their primary tasks on your wedding day and how to choose the most excellent Maid of Honor.

There are endless priceless moments on your wedding day. They’re captured in images for memory, so you’ll have something to look back on in the future. They are full of memories that will last a lifetime and serve as a reminder to both you and your spouse of how your love has grown through time. They teach your children and grandchildren the importance of cherishing relationships.

Some of the most difficult (but fun!) shots to get at a wedding are the wedding party photos. But it’s a must-have to take photos with your wedding party. On your wedding day, take a non-traditional wedding photo to show off the lively and energetic side of you and your pals. Make a silly stance and catch those genuine chuckle moments. You’ll smile when you look back on a goofy wedding party snapshot. Take a look at the 18 must-have wedding party shots to discuss with your wedding photographer.

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Today’s blog will be a focus on how to address your wedding invitations correctly and in accordance with proper etiquette.

In addition, Most websites and etiquette advisers appear to take an all-or-nothing approach when it comes to addressing wedding invitations.

Regardless of how you choose to write names on wedding invites, you should respect and appropriately represent your selected guests, taking into account single invitees, same-sex couples, and proper pronoun usage. Here are some fresh and correct ways to address your wedding invitations.

On May 15, 2021, Harrison and Kacie were married at the beautiful and magical The Barn at Sweptson Jones House in Crawfordsville, Arkansas.

One of the first major decisions you’ll make during the wedding planning process is choosing your wedding venue. The wedding venue you chose will influence everything about your big day.

When do you begin looking for a location? The sooner you start, the better. You should start looking for a venue once you have a clear understanding of the following three factors: budget, approximate event size, and room requirements. Book a venue at least a year in advance to give yourself enough time to think about other important details like catering, florists, and other vendors.

For a bride-to-be, planning one of life’s most memorable events may be an unforgettable experience and it can also bring so much stress on the process. Managing wedding planning stress is important. We all know how stressful life can be for our bodies! Breakouts, weight gain, mood fluctuations, and abnormal sleeping habits all contribute to a bride’s frustration. Make every effort to appreciate this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Weddings are always a joyous event.

Tell us about the biggest wedding jitters. You’re not alone in anticipating rain on your wedding day; we’re all worried about it. The beauty of outdoor wedding and event venues is unrivaled. Many couples, especially those organizing outdoor activities, are worried that even a drizzle would ruin the event, and you might be thinking, “What if it rains on the wedding day?” after you’ve booked it. Don’t be discouraged by a few stray raindrops.

It can be difficult to choose a photographer for your wedding day. Since you’ll be spending almost the entire day with the photographer you want, conducting an in-person or phone interview is an excellent way to ensure that you’ll enjoy their company. 

You’ve certainly attended a few weddings and experienced all of the traditions, but have you ever wondered where they originated? What does the bride’s wish for something old, new, borrowed, and blue signify? What is the meaning of a wedding cake, and why do people toss rice after a wedding ceremony? Almost every aspect of a wedding has a history, and we’ve spent time studying the origins of some of the most well-known wedding traditions to provide some understanding.

Summer is known for its bright sunshine, warm weather, and outdoor adventures, and it’s also a great time to take engagement photos. Beaches, flower fields, and mountain adventures are only a few of the many photoshoot locations available. As the days grow longer and the temperatures rise, couples around the country are preparing for summer engagement photo sessions. The blooming flowers and lush greenery provide the perfect backdrop for engagement portraits at this time of year, but there is one drawback: the heat!

Indoor photography has been a lot of fun for me. Running up and down mountains and through parks can be exhausting, which is why when someone invited me to their home session, I was thrilled. I agree that taking photographs in your home is such a unique way to display your intimate and affection for each other because we all know that certain areas of the house are private for couples.

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