A venue bathed in sunshine, drinks on the terrace, garden parties and dining al fresco… summer weddings can be picture perfect. Yet the squinty eyes, red faces and difficult light conditions could mean your wedding photos are less so. Jo Critchley-Saville from Mosborough Hall Hotel, a restored 12th Century Manor House just outside Sheffield, shares this advice on ensuring your summer wedding snaps shine (whatever the weather).
Wedding photography can be one of the most expensive elements of your wedding day, so it’s essential that you make the right decision when it comes to your choice of photographer.
You’ll want to be 100% confident that the photographer you choose will capture all the special moments of your big day and in the style you want.
Which means that the first, and most important, decision you’ll want to make is about whether you’re after traditional or contemporary wedding photography, or a bit of both!
Traditional vs. contemporary wedding photography
TRADITIONAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Wedding photos are one of the most important aspects of every wedding. Why? Because they capture the magic of the day and enable you to fondly reminisce in many years to come. Propel your wedding photos from run-of-the-mill images to fairy-tale moments of the big day with the following stand-out features designed to inject the wow factor into every type of wedding.
With their pretty rainbow tones, floating motion and fairy-like appeal, bubbles have long been a favourite prop for photographers.
The charming allure of bubbles make a great addition to a wedding and bring a magical feature to the special day.