How To Involve Your Groom
Weddings are often seen as the bride’s “big day.” But what about your lovely groom? A wedding is supposed to celebrate you both as a couple. So how do you make sure your groom is involved in a little bit of the planning action? Read on...
Create a Custom Snapchat Filter
If you are obsessed with Snapchat and plan to use social media to capture wedding memories, creating a custom filter will make your day extra special! Here is a great article from WeddingWire.com about Snapchat etiquette DO's and DONT's.
Rain Happens, So Embrace It!
I’ve seen it happen too many times to count, where the slightest chance of precipitation sends even the calmest bride into a tailspin. But from an artistic standpoint, a rainy backdrop can be a unique, natural aspect of your wedding.
Choose a locally-inspired menu
Planning a destination wedding? Let the local food become a design element. Food is another way to tie in the local culture by using fresh meats and produce from the surrounding areas.
How To Live Stream Your Wedding
Live streaming is a very popular way to share your wedding day with guests who can't attend. I share some tips on how to live stream from any venue and you don't even need your cell phone.
Makeup on your Wedding Day
On your big day, put on more makeup than you normally wear as the camera & lights will tone it down. But don't over due it as you want to look like yourself. A little color will give you a natural glow and keep you from looking washed out.
Don't Forget Your Groomsmen
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Whatever you do, make time for bridal portraits on or before your wedding day. You will be super busy so having this in your timeline is key. And a relaxed bride makes for gorgeous photos to look back on.
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