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Here are 5 wedding details you MUST have to get those beautiful Pinterest-worthy photos of your bridal details.
The first must-have is the invitation suite, consider this as the main focal point of the photo in most cases. If you didn’t choose to do a formal invitation suite I would recommend getting a sample from your favorite vendor. You can get them for less than $30 and sometimes even FREE!
Next, you absolutely HAVE to have your bridal bouquet. This will be the second and at times the main anchor point in your detail photos. Also if you can, ask your florist if he/she can provide you with some loose florals. More than likely they will have some that can be used for various elements throughout your detail photos.
Instead of having your beautiful rings just laying on something random in the image, why not showcase them in style? You can go the super fancy route and buy a custom monogrammed box from the MRS.BOX or you can get a box that is just as cute, but not monogrammed, and more affordable. Here are some of my faves that you can get on AMAZON.
This might seem random but please get a nice wooden hanger for your wedding dress photos. There is nothing worst than taking a photo of a dress that you spent thousands of dollars on just for it to be hanging on some cheap white plastic hanger. You can also get these customized to fit your new last name as well.
Last, if you have any heirlooms that have been shared with you for your big day you want to be sure to include them with your bridal details. Or if you have some sentimental pieces to you as a couple put those in the photos as well. Remember the point is to freeze this moment in time, so why not have beautiful images of the small things that have big meaning in your detail photos.
Now be sure to have all of these items already set aside for your wedding photographer once he/she arrives so they can walk in and start creating those beautiful images of your wedding details.
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