Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tip 12 - Confetti

Ok first off check with your ceremony venue if you are allowed confetti of any kind. There are so many different types. From bubbles to petals, rice to glitter. Think outside the box. Make sure your guests know when to throw it so they all throw at the same time. It will l ook amazing in your photographs. Click here for some fun confetti alternatives.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Tip 11 - Engagement Shoot

Engagement shoots are still relatively new to the Irish market but I can not recommend them highly enough. They mean that you can get used to your photographer, being in front of the camera and if you make it personal to both of you, you can have a little fun with it.

AND if that's not enough, I'm running a special offer of €120 for an engagement shoot in a location of your choice. Offer available til the end of march.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Tip 10 - Umbrellas

I can not stress this enough. If you are getting married in Ireland there is a good chance that it's going to rain. Don't let it run your day. Embrace it. If you plan ahead a pick out some cute bridal party brollies they will become a feature of the day and most importantly your photos. I have 6 large black umbrellas in the boot of my car at all times (and a blue and white stripey one for all you Deise heads) but black isn't for everyone. There are some super cute brollies out there so get creative.

One Fab Day have more advice for all you brides to be on the subject of Brollys over on their blog. Click here to visit.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Tip 9 - Wedding Stationary

Make sure to send your photographer an invite to your wedding or have it available on the morning of the wedding so they can photograph it and document it in context of the day. With this in mind, all your stationary should fit in with the theme of your wedding.