Most couples we meet months if not years in advance of their wedding, Mate and Jess.. let’s go for two weeks before their wedding day! We met Mate & Jessica through former bride and kick ass coordinator, Dana M. McGinley. With ties to the Hershey community, a Purcell Hall wedding was perfect for these two which featured an amazing, if not the best weather day in July, Duck Donuts, and a beautiful sunset.
Woohoo! Our “Do This” planning tips series is back after a bit of a summer hiatus in the McClain household. We had some wonderful news late spring plus add in a busy wedding season and a growing toddler- life has been hectic but amazing. We hope our readers love the quick wedding tips and as always we love feedback if you want to see something specific on the blog! Happy reading campers!
‘Do This’ is a biweekly blog series created to be a super quick read, highlighting awesome wedding ideas that you may want to incorporate into your own event! Got an idea for our Do This readers? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts!
Night shots (photographically not the liquid kind) are growing more and more popular these days and we love doing them! Three tips for the perfect night photography creation:
- Build it into your timeline. If wanting to create a night time photo, chances are you’re going to need to slip out of your reception for at least 15-20 minutes. Be sure to work with your photographer on the best time that doesn’t interfere with dance floor festivities or plans your entertainer/DJ may have in their timeline.
- Add an element for an additional image pop. Adding in a natural element like your bouquet, sparkler, an umbrella if raining, or a veil can take a night photo to the next level.
- Pick the location. Shooting near a tree, water element, or structure at night is pretty magical for your image. Bonus points if your venue has some sort of lighting like globes, patio lights, or Christmas lights. Urban locations are great as well to gather traffic movement with tail lights.