Photographers will most likely concentrate on documenting the traditional milestones of your wedding day (i.e. getting-ready, walking down the aisle, first dance, and cake cutting), but be sure to add some fun with these creative shots you won’t want to miss:
1. First Look
Photo: Marlon Taylor Photography
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Photography + Memory Keeping
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Our final favorite summer color scheme of the week AND series — teal and green! This inspiration board is fit for a retro bride who wants a peacock-themed wedding. Wear a feathered headpiece, similar to Sarah Jessica Parker’s in the movie Sex and the City, statement necklace and pair of dangling earrings to show off your unique sense of style. Dress your bridesmaids in sweetheart ruched dresses and groomsmen in solid colored ties, but let your groom stand out in a checker patterned tie. Follow your ring bearer carrying a moss pillow down the aisle with a bouquet of greenery and scabiosa pods. And be sure to make your exit as dramatic as your entrance with a old-fashioned Volkswagen beetle.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Sweet Sensations, Ryan Ray Photography, Wedding Paper Divas, Natalie Franke Photography, Carmen Ash Photography, QWeddings, Jasmine Star Photography, Meg Perotti Photography, and One Love Photo
What was your color scheme? Let us know in the comments below!
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Inspiration Boards
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Your wedding is a chance to be a star for the day, so why not draw inspiration from the Oscars? After you’ve walked down the red carpet aisle and struck a pose for the paparazzi, show off some glitz and glamour at your reception with a few of these academy awarded ideas:
1. Movie Screening Lounge
Play your favorite movie for those who need a break from dinner and dancing.
Photo: Lindye Galloway Events
The most popular reason to take engagement photos is for your save-the-dates. But, it’s also a great way to get comfortable in front of the camera with your wedding photographer and see how your photographer operates. (Think of it as a test run.) Trust your photographer to bring out you and your fiances’ personalities in a creative way. So, when it comes time to introduce yourselves to your guests, why not choose one of these 5 unique engagement session locations:
Still little kids at heart? Relive your childhood by spending an afternoon at a carnival. Play games, ride the carousel, eat cotton candy and maybe win a prize or two!
Photo: Indigo Photography
2. NFL Football Stadium
Die hard football fans? Score a touchdown on your favorite NFL football stadium.
Photo: Vanessa Joy Photography
3. Ski & Snowboard Resort
Adventurous? If you love colder weather and hitting the slopes, trek down the mountain together.
Photo: Jason + Gina Photography
4. On the River
Down to earth? Float down the river in a little canoe. Nothing’s more romantic than reenacting “The Notebook.”
Photo: Natalie Franke Photography
5. Pumpkin Patch
Is your favorite season fall? What better way to celebrate Halloween by heading over to your local pumpkin patch.
Photo: Alexandra Hunt Photography
For more creative engagement session locations, consider a flea market, coffee shop, train station, or even revisit your high school or college if you first started dating there. And remember, don’t forget to smile for the camera!
Categories: Engagement Photos, Ideas + Trends
Tags: Alexandra Hunt Photography, carnival engagement sessions, Engagement Sessions, football stadium engagement sessions, Indigo Photography, Jason + Gina Photography, Natalie Franke Photography, pumpkin patch engagement sessions, river engagement sessions, snowboarding engagement sessions, Vanessa Joy Photography
Photo: Natalie Franke Photography
Tis the season to be engaged! Jewelry stores are filled with silver and gold, sparkling with a diamond (or diamonds) awaiting a ring finger to adorn. According to our infographic, 43 percent of couples get engaged between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. Hence, why it’s no surprise that more couples get engaged during the holiday season than any other time of the calendar year. Perhaps, it’s one of these top reasons why your significant other proposed:
- You didn’t suspect anything when he/she went out to do some holiday shopping.
- It was the perfect opportunity to ask your parents’ permission.
- Having your family around made it more memorable.
Did your significant other pop the question? Let us know in the poll below.