Informal and relaxed. Smaller and intimate weddings of 40 people or even few, that are also called “micro weddings”. They are definitely on the top of the list! Couples go for more intimate, meaningful celebrations with their nearest and dearest, which also means they can spend their budget more lavishly on a smaller groups and spend quality time with each and every guest.
Okay, first of all - CONGRATULATIONS, you’re getting married! It’s going to be a very special moment in your life and I’m happy and honoured you chose me to document this day.You’ll be surrounded by the people you love and it’s definitely going to be an amazing day. As your photographer I want everything to be perfect for you, I want you to look back at your photos and have them bring you back to all those feelings and emotions you will experience on that day. So I’ve gathered some tips and things that a bride should be aware of on her wedding day ;)
DIY wedding is a wonderful way to make your day very personal, get things that no one else has and tailor everything to totally suit your style. Sounds nice, right? But before your plunge into numerous projects that look so fun and easy on Pinterest, follow these guidelines to make sure that adding personal touches to your wedding isn’t going to cause more stress, time and money than it’s worth.
Elopement Wedding: Things To Consider If You Decided To Elope
Big weddings are not for everyone. You might just want to truly savour every moment of this day, you don’t want to worry about formalities and timeline of a typical wedding celebration, you want to spend this day only with your partner or surrounded by a few loved ones and beautiful nature. And let’s not forget that eloping is also a comparatively low budget wedding. So before you start checking for best places to elope or elopement wedding packages.
“What if I don’t like being photographed? How should I pose? I don’t know how to pose! What should I wear? What should I do with my hands? I’m camera shy and usually feel awkward in from of it!” I bet you have all these thoughts in your hand and this whole idea of having a romantic couple or engagement photoshoot might seem a bit stressful, but don’t worry, I’ve got it covered and prepared a few guidelines what to remember about while getting ready for a photoshoot.
Wedding On The Cheap: How To Spend Less Money And Have A Budget Wedding
Nowadays planning and organising a wedding can be a really stressful and unfortunately a bank-breaking venture. Your wedding day might be one of the most important days of your life but if you're planning a budget wedding it’s good to have different options to choose from, besides if you want to get married cheap it doesn’t mean you’re not going to enjoy it!
Don’t go overboard. A stressful wedding is no joke, so when planning a wedding, try to think and focus on what is important to you as a couple. Don’t follow common stereotypes, please everyone if your heart is not in it. Don’t get flower arrangements if you prefer fairy lights and feel free to have a small ceremony if you don’t fancy a huge venue and celebration with distant relatives and people you’ve never seen. Sticking to just traditions that you truly care about will make your wedding even more meaningful.
You will stop thinking you’re awkward in front of the camera I’ll be honest with you - almost every time when someone books a shoot with me I hear - “but you know, we are camera shy, we don't know how to pose, we feel awkward in front of the camera”. It might be true (ironically I’m camera shy myself!) but what you don’t realise is actually how easy this photo shoot is going to be for you. I’ve got lots of experience on how to work with non-model couples, I know how to guide into natural and relaxed posing and I definitely know how to get those emotions-over-poses photos.