Mention the colour Peach in relation to weddings to people of a certain age and they’ll probably pull a face and proceed to tell you about a 1980s wedding they went to full of puffy sleeves, satin and lace (or in my case wore the colour as a bridesmaid)
Hi, it’s Lydia here again from Lydia Stamps Photography.
This year I’ve been here on LoveLuxe giving you guys some of my top tips to help you get the most awesome wedding photos possible. So far we’ve looked at ways you can help your photographer capture the best record of your day through having an engagement shoot, and a few tips for the bridal preparations and the ceremony.
I’ve been married for almost 19 years and even after all this time I still enjoy turning the pages of our beautiful wedding album which serves as a wonderful reminder of such a perfect and very special day. Finding the right photographer to capture one of the most important days of your lives is a crucial part of your wedding planning and one which you should take time to carefully consider.
The ceremony is the main event the reason the whole wedding day exists but with detail heavy weddings and décor the source of so much thought (and stress!) it’s easy for us all to get wrapped up in the paper poms and the bunting and forget that this is what the whole thing is about. Capturing the ceremony beautifully is an essential part of the record of the day and I have a few simple tips to help your photographer get the very best record possible.
Most of the couples I speak to about their wedding photography are clear about one thing: they don’t want to spend hours being lined up for formal group shots. They’ve all been to those weddings where the bride and groom, along with their close friends and family, disappear for the whole of the drinks reception for photographs.