This post is is definitely the most popular of our annual recap posts. And by that I mean, you guys let us know now and all year long how much you look forward to seeing all our Behind the Scenes (BTS) photos – particularly the ones of Dave running in and out of our veil and night shot, haha!Continue reading “Behind the Scenes of 2020”
As I talked about in yesterday’s post where we recapped a bit about our 2020 weddings, and really as everyone already knows because it was like this for the entire world, 2020 was a very different year for the business. And that difference included the blog. As a direct result of there being fewer weddings and family session, there were less blog posts. But for the posts that we did have you guys turned out to view and/or read them – so a huge thank you for that!!Continue reading “Top Posts of 2020”
Okay, you’ve got your wedding team set, your Pinterest board is full of great ideas and everything is looking good, but now you need to figure out the dreaded timeline. If you are like most of our couples, you really don’t know where to start with this one. Maybe you have been in a wedding party before, and you have likely attended a couple weddings over the years, but you are still left feeling more than a little overwhelmed trying to figure out when everything should take place on your wedding day.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered as today’s Tuesday’s Top Tips is all about tips for creating your wedding day timeline!
For some, choosing their wedding colours is super obvious, but for others, it is a daunting task with an overwhelming number of options. And although it can work out in some cases, choosing your colours may not be as simple as picking your favourite colours and making them the base decision for every design element in your wedding. Today wedding palettes can consist of multiple colours that compliment each other and create some really great texture and character to your day. And most importantly, you want to pick a palette that you will love looking back on each and every time you look at your photos.
So to help out with this decision, today I am sharing 6 Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Colours that will hopefully help you narrow things down a bit.
There seem to be a million posts about what to ask your wedding photographer. I am pretty sure I have even written on the subject before. Everything ranging from what their packages are to what sort of backup equipment they have, finding what questions to ask them isn’t that hard. And although those are great tips, and you definitely should have a list of questions that matter to you prepared for when you sit down with your possible photographer, I think the better thing to think about is what should you be asking yourself about your photographer.
So with that in mind, here are 5 questions I believe you should ask yourself before you sign that photography contract.