Plan on having an unplugged ceremony …
… Request that your wedding guests do NOT take any photos during your Wedding ceremony. This is known as an ‘unplugged’ ceremony. Guests with cameras, cellphones and tablets in the background of your ceremony photos completely ruin the photos. Especially when you are walking in and down the aisle!
Bonus Tips …
- Do not allow family to dictate too much when it comes to the official family photos. These are usually taken straight after the ceremony and should only include immediate family (parents and siblings). Rather leave the photos that include aunties and uncles and so on for those photos taken at the reception.
- Set aside at least one to one and a half hours for the creative shoot in order to have enough time to capture all those wonderful romantic and creative shots. No more than two hours though.
Come along and meet all our creative, talented and professional wedding suppliers and chat to them about YOUR wedding… when it comes to the Midlands Bridal Fair think festival, jaw-dropping displays, fun, feast, spectacle, bright, fashion show, colourful, and ultimately, on trend and inspiring!
These tips are from Centaine at Photo Centz Photography.
Centaine from Photo Centz Photography is an ‘All rounder’ when it comes to photography. She loves to shoot all the special chapters that people get to experience and explore in life. Centaine offers the following lifestyle shoots:
- Wedding / Engagements
- Maternity / New Born
- Couple / Family portraits
- Special Occasions (Baby showers, etc)
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