1. Consider the space you’re getting ready in Think about the kind of location you’d like to get ready in the morning of your wedding? Does your venue have somewhere suitable you could use? Or otherwise you could look at getting an Airb&b or a hotel room, that really suits your style and wedding day. […]
I absolutely LOVE this tradition, it’s such a joyous and wonderful part of the day and it’s no wonder why we’ve been doing it since PAGAN times – crazy right!? Here are a few tips to think about to ensure you get some epic confetti pics on your wedding day…
The wedding planning process has changed significantly in 2020 and into 2021. I’m here to share some GOOD news, and give you the tips that I’ve learned over the past year.
Whether that’s at a registry office in London, or at a venue, you can still have an incredible day!
You now have full control over the guest list. You get to invite the most important people in your life to be there, and you actually have time to be with them. Your wedding is about the MARRIAGE, it doesn’t have to be about a huge party if you don’t want to.
There is SO much when it comes to planning a wedding, especially when it comes down to the timeline of the day. How much time should you allow for everything??
It’s daunting to even know where to start, but I would recommend the best place to start is the ceremony time, once you have this confirmed everything else can fall around it. Then allow for a few buffers here and there in case anything runs over (which it normally does!!)
Planning a wedding is certainly no picnic and most of you have probably never done it before! Your wedding photos are one of the few things that remain afterwards and will be looked back on for years to come so your photography experience should be as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. Your photos are your little legacy.