Wedding Photography Advice
Choosing the right wedding photographer for your wedding is an important decision. I want to share my insight and knowledge with you to help you pick the best person for your day.
If you’re planning the mother of all parties to finish your wedding, here is everything I have learned from hanging out on the dance floor at my weekly weddings!
I flipping LOVE cake. I’ve got a raging sugar addiction, and is there anything more lovely than the spongey goodness that is cake? Cutting a cake (or, if you must, a stack of cheese) can be a good way to punctuate the end of the dinner and the start of the evening party. Here’s my top tips for getting that photo moment just right.
First dances come in all shapes, sizes and forms – and wonderfully so. There are no rules around what a first dance should be like, but here is everything you need to know about that moment being captured. PLUS some cool ideas that I’ve seen at other weddings that take the pressure off that moment.
It’s very natural to feel nervous about public speaking, I’m yet to meet a person that likes it. So here is everything I have learned from listening to hundreds of wedding speeches! (Plus an explanation of how I photograph a wedding speech to unobtrusively capture the laughter and adoration)
If you’re not keen on having your photo taken, then a wedding portrait photograph might seem horribly cringeworthy. As a wedding photographer, here are my top tips for getting wedding portraits that you love that aren’t a total cringefest.
Everything you need to know about to have the perfect confetti moment at your wedding. Get showered in bliss with these tips!