Caught on camera
We asked Tracey and Jodie from Powder and Pearls Photography and Videography (www.powderandpearls.co.uk) to tell us about the key photo opportunities during the day that a couple should factor into their schedule. Read on to learn their top tips.
One of the best things about booking an experienced photography company is that they will take on these responsibilities for you. Your venue will help you plan your timings and your photographer will get the most out of your day without it feeling like a photoshoot.
As well as key moments such as walking down the aisle, signing the register, throwing confetti, making speeches, family portraits and the first dance, it's all the bits in between that make your day unique. We love to capture the unexpected moments too: the excitement of getting ready, tears of joy and times of laughter. These are the images that weave your story together.
Our favourite time for some bonus pictures around your venue is after the wedding breakfast. The sky and light is different at this time of day, and you can catch a beautiful sunset or use sparklers to dramatic effect. Our packages also include a make-up touch up for the bride, so this is an ideal time to have a refresh before the party too!