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Fun Ideas for your Wedding Photos


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Planning your wedding you need to invest in certain things to make your day flawless. One service that will cost you a pretty penny is the wedding photography. After you have meet with and chosen your photographer, the next thing you will need to do Is schedule in a few meetings to go over the schedule for the day, what photos you want such as getting ready before the ceremony, photographs during ceremony, reception, the family photographs (usually done after the ceremony).

You will only have your photographer for a few hours (some may only be able to stay for two to three hours) and as such it is important for you to work out with your photographer the best way to utilise their time and skills to get the best photographs on your wedding day. Get to know your wedding venue, scope out the area, inside and out and work out locations where you would like to have your photographs taken. If you are going to another location such as a park or gardens then work out travel time, find the best spots to shoot and also look at these locations around the same time you would be there on your wedding just to make sure that lighting will not be an issue. This is where you will need to have the photographer with you (important if they are not familiar with the location).

Once that is sorted and you have picked out the places for the wedding photos, then you can work out your timeline. Give a copy of it to the photographer and the other to a trusted family or friend to hold onto for you on the day to help keep things on time and running smoothly. Now you have the time locked into place and know the area then you can work out whether or not you would like to include little props into your wedding photos. If you want to do this in the time between the ceremony and the reception – the bridal party photographs, keep the props small and easy to transport if you are going to other locations outside of the ceremony and reception venue.

Have some fun with your photographs by using items such as large photo frames and hold it up in front of your faces but have the photographer capture the full image of you and your background. Or place the wedding rings on a bench/rock with the bouquet and “frame “it with the picture frame for a photo. Bride and groom walk down the path holding bunches of bright coloured balloons or a sign that reads “Just Married” or “Mr& Mrs” – Pink Frosting’s wooden words would be perfect. Play tug-o-war with some pretty bunting – or have the best man and maid of honour hold out a ribbon and have the bride and groom race each other over the finish line. Get photos of your page boy and flower girl chasing bubbles or why not have the bride and groom join them in blowing and popping bubbles – a sweet moment to capture! The props can also be included in the reception – if you have an item that is sentimental to the both of you, have the photographer take it around the reception and photograph your guests with it (e.g. a soft toy that he gave you on your first valentines, or something fun and quirky like bride and groom garden gnomes). Or play a game with your guests and get them to be imaginative with an object - hat, feather boa, fan, parasol or pet rock (PG of course!) and incorporate it somehow into their photo for you.

Australia’s #1 Wedding Shop has all the perfect pieces and props to make your wedding photos unique.  Once you have scouted your locations, set your schedule with the photographer, just simply click on Pink Frosting to style and shop for your photo shoot. Easy!



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