Wedding details like florals, shoes, rings, the invitation suite, and all of the family heirlooms that are important to my couples have always been one of my favorite things to photograph on a wedding day. And I’d like to help you get the best shots of them. As your wedding photographer, my goal is to capture not only the interactions between people but also all of your lovely details!
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!
A bridegroom or often abbreviated to groom is a man who is getting married or has recently married. Many factors influence the bridegroom’s clothing style, including the location of the ceremony, the bride and groom’s ethnic backgrounds, the type of ceremony, and whether the bridegroom is a member of the Armed Forces.
Do you need to plan your wedding day now? Creating a wedding day timeline can be frustrating or intimidating at times, but it’s absolutely important to keep the day working perfectly. When it comes to wedding planning, most people are concerned with how to decorate the venue or who will wear what. It’s all too tempting to get caught up in the little details and lose yourself in the wedding day frenzy.