Booking your first appointments at bridal boutiques is exciting – and the experience you have should be lovely, one you’ll remember for a long time. Yes, it can be stressful, and I know so many girls do worry about the first appointment. I know I’d be just the same! So I wanted to share some tips and a short behind-the-scenes photo film to tell you a little more about the process. If you’re planning your first wedding dress appointment soon, today’s feature is for you!
So music would be top of my wedding planning list, and there’d be an amazing party atmosphere… more important than dresses, or vows, or food, or wine… there’d be a band, and dancing, and a real sense of celebration. I might even elope so I could go to a concert the evening after my wedding with all of my friends, and tell them there. If music is important to you too, you’ll want to read this:
Here’s the thing: you’d never use a ‘standard wording’ for any other letter to your friends and family. If you send letters or notecards to anyone, ever, then 1) you’re awesome! and 2) I bet they’re fun to read.
When you send your wedding invitations, don’t google ‘wedding invitation wordings’ (or worse – ‘standard invitation wordings’). In this case, Google is unintentionally evil with the results it throws back.
Contrary to what it tells you, etiquette is over.
You don’t need to follow any centuries-old rules to get your wedding invitations right!
Words & images by Amanda Karen Photography
I love meeting couples before they book, it’s exciting to hear about their plans, but it can also be a little nerve racking, a bit like going on a first date! This first meeting is about getting to know each other and finding out if you like each other, after all, your wedding photographer will be with you for a long time on your big day.
Words & images by Liam Smith Photography
Photography is subjective – what I like, you may not. This presents you, my dear reader, with a choice to make: what do I like, and can I afford it?
What is important to remember at all times is the true significance of photography and the photograph. It preserves our lives and our memories in a way that nothing else can.