Wedding Tips

Wedding Tips

Wedding details are just as important as anything else in your wedding planning. It’s tricky because some of the small things can be easily forgotten when you have other things to remember, and they can cause unnecessary panic. it’s important to envision, step by step, how your wedding day will go so that you know what you’re going to need. Also, don’t take on all the tasks by yourself, share them with your bridesmaids and groomsmen because at the end of the day, they are your best friends and are there to help.

After capturing so many weddings, we’re sharing our experience with you about some of the important wedding details you absolutely don’t want to forget. Having a successful wedding is all about planning everything right. From staying on schedule to the smallest details that’ll ensure your day to go smoothly and stress-free.

    1. Hair – start early with getting ready. Allow extra time before the ceremony to change or re-do your hair if you don’t like it. You can also avoid competing for bathroom time with your bridesmaids if you start early. This will allow plenty of time for bridal party photos as well.
    2. Wedding emergency kit – include the following (optional) items in case of wardrobe malfunction.
      • bobby pins, safety pins
      • brush, hair spray, curling iron, and dryer
      • mini sewing kit
      • mouthwash
      • breath mints
      • pack of tissue
      • deodorant
      • band aids
      • duct tape
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    4. Hanger for your wedding dress – you’ve spent a fortune on your wedding dress and we are going to capture it before you put it on for sure. Make sure your hanger is photogenic. Having your fiance and your names coiled on the metal wire is definitely a way to be personal.
    5. Food for the bridal party – from the moment you start getting ready in the morning to the reception at night, you’re going to be hungry in between at some point. Prepare some snacks so you don’t starve yourself.
    6. Directions/signs – put up road directions near your venue so your guests won’t get lost; it’s also a good idea to put up a sign especially when your venue has multiple entrances.
    7. Vendor meals – check with your venue to see if they provide vendor meals for your photographer, cinematographer, DJ, planner, etc. Some venues do and some don’t, make sure your photographers, and cinematographers eat at the same time as you do so they won’t miss important moments (cake cutting, bouquet tossing, etc.)
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    9. Comfy shoes – unless you don’t mind dancing in your 3-inch heels at the reception, have comfortable flats ready under your table for easy access when you’re ready to kick off those heels.

It really matters to us that you have a successful wedding because the smoother your day goes = the happier you are, which translates into us delivery a better product.