Last week I went for a coffee and a chat with Jennifer Jones, a Bridal Stylist based in Warsash, Hampshire. We chatted about ballet (Jennifer used to be a dancer!), wedding dresses and shopping. Jennifer let me in on a some tips for buying your wedding dress, her thoughts on the upcoming bridal trends for 2019/2020, and why you should consider a bridal stylist when planning your wedding…
Finding a UK wedding photographer can be a tricky business! I know when I got married in 2017, even as a wedding professional myself, I found choosing a photographer who was priced right for us, and who’s style I loved, such a confusing process.
So I wanted to write a little about the how’s, what’s and why’s of wedding photography prices in 2019-2020 and hopefully shed some light on this mind-boggling topic.
There is such a huge build up to your wedding day, and so many expectations of what the day will bring. You wake up on the morning of your wedding excited and nervous, people are coming and going all morning, you have to get to the ceremony on time, but not too early… it is very easy to get overwhelmed!
As a wedding photographer, I have experienced many wedding days, and have come to the conclusion that the more relaxed the wedding, the more you and your guests will enjoy yourselves.
Often you have been building up to your wedding day for months, years even and it is easy to get caught up in the finest of details and overwhelmed by the pressure of making sure that every one else has a lovely time.
So here is my advice for a relaxed wedding day.
I am sure, during your search for an Auckland wedding photographer, that you have come across the idea of an engagement shoot a number of times! Some wedding photographers offer them as an add on for a package, some don't offer them at all, and some include them as standard. I fall into the third category, and here are 8 great reasons why I think you should consider an engagement session as part of your wedding photography.