wedding planning

Ideas for the perfect wedding event

If you’re set on having a stylish and distinct bouquet for your wedding event, don’t let tradition avoid you from fulfilling your dreams! From domestic elements to international, unique ones, from spending plan to extremely spendy, from the romantic to the advanced and the simplistic to the blatantly excessive, your red wedding event arrangement can be one or all of these things!

Idea No. 1— Choose a formal or casual design For a winter wedding event you can select a formal, professionally-coordinated red wedding event bouquet of fresh seasonal flowers like wholesale lilies.

For a summer season wedding event that’s casual and young, comprehending the essence of the season comes easy with a vibrant red roses wedding bouquet...

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wedding flowers

Choosing the Right Wedding Flowers

The beauty and fragrance of wedding flowers symbolize promises of undying love and commitment between the couples. This may be the reason why flowers are so vital in a wedding. There are varieties of wedding flowers. It can be somewhat difficult if someone is asked to choose the right wedding flower that can perfectly convey a particular emotion to perfection. The reason is most of the wedding flowers are associated with some aspects of human feelings.

Top 5 Wedding Flowers:
Some wedding flowers can reflect purity, others can symbolize love and passion. There are some other flowers that convey the feeling of happiness.

Listed below are top 5 wedding flowers:

  • Rose: Rose is also known as the queen of the flower...
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wedding photography

Should you hire a photographer with an assistant?

Many magazines these days include a checklist of questions to ask your potential photographer. One of those questions is, “Do you have an assistant?” Usually, the couples don’t even know why an assistant or 2nd shooter would be a valuable addition to have along on the wedding day.

Here’s how I roll: I show up at the bride’s dressing room at least 2.5 hours before the start of the ceremony. I have already discussed with the bride the timeline and when I arrive the bridesmaids are totally dressed and prepared for pictures. I spend 15-30 minutes shooting details; the bride’s dress, jewelry, invites, and any action that takes place. After I take pictures of the bride putting on her gown, I start shooting her with her bridal party.

By the time an hour has passed I’m done with the la...

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