By Tia Mccarty. Wedding Sign. Published at Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 - 20:38:28 PM.
How to Photograph an Outdoor Wedding Ceremony - Tip #1 - Movement - One of the best parts of an outdoor wedding is that youre able to move around more. However, before the ceremony, I like to clear this with the bride - make sure its o.k if I photograph from the side or behind the alter. Most of the time, shes completely fine with this but by bringing it to her attention before the wedding, shes less likely to notice it during. No matter where I move around to, it is a priority to be as unobtrusive as possible. This is a courtesy not only to the bride and groom but to the guests as well. Be professional at all times.
If you are not sure what the bride and groom need for their new home, it is okay to ask the brides parents or the grooms parents, or other close family members for advice. You can give a monetary gift for the wedding shower if you feel that this is a more appropriate gift for the couple. Often, a monetary gift will be one of the most appreciated gifts given at any time simply because of the sheer cost of the wedding itself.
1. What about a photo guest book album? Now thats a cute idea! Set up a photo station with a simple flat sheet or large piece of fabric. Have your guest book attendant greet your guests with either a Polaroid camera (for an instant guest book) or a digital camera. Have a designated area on each album page for your guest to sign. Add the pictures taken and Voila a guest book photo album!
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