When the big day arrives, every bride wants to look her best in those wedding photos that will be admired for years to come. But for many, knowing how to pose and capture the best angle of yourself can be a tricky skill to master. Luckily for all you brides-to-be, Clare Moreton – photography expert at CEWE – offers her advice to ensure you look your best in a beautiful collection of wedding photos.
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).
THE SNAPPY COUPLE : FOUR IN 10 NEWLY-BETROTHED BRITS PRIORITISE ENGAGEMENT SELFIES OVER TELLING THEIR NEAREST AND DEAREST
Four in ten freshly engaged couples (42.1%) have announced their engagement on social media before telling their friends and family about the engagement
A quarter of Brits (24.6%) admit they would post a picture of themselves on social media even before telling their parents the good news
Nearly half of Brits (47.3%) actually admit they would feign surprise if they already anticipated their partner popping the question
Well over half (60.6%) of people wanting their partner to pop the question even admit to planning their own engagement
The average value of engagement rings resting upon the fingers of Brits is £715