Congratulations to Evangelia & George!
Often on a wedding day, it is soo difficult to find time to even breathe. Phones are ringing, people are talking loudly at each other, the clock is ticking and there is very little sense of calm in the moments we need to visually show calm.
When you scroll down to see the pictures, you can see an example. I pulled Evangelia in to a room with no one in it, the light was gorgeous and even,
I positioned her to the light and we were able to grab this shot. Even for a moment, while your photographer is with you, grab a few photos, wear invisible ear plugs for a moment, and zone in to having your portrait taken.
It takes just a few seconds. You won’t regret it.
I have met so many incredible women over the years. Evangelia has inspired me, since the day I met her at her brother in laws wedding 3 years ago. I don’t believe she knew just how much of an impact she made on me. I was so proud and very happy to be there to capture their special moments.
The beautiful picture of Evangelia and Goerge in the car, was the last photo I had taken of their portrait session, before they were whisked away in a Rolls Royce to join their guests at their reception. On your wedding day, there are only a few short moments where you actually spend alone together. Depending on your traditions, you will be getting ready separately, during the ceremony, you will get a few glances at each other….love those moments, and during the reception, you will be mingling with guests, dancing with everyone. Take advantage of these moments together on your big day.
Have you ever looked back in time and thought about how you met the people that have made a huge impact in your life? It’s a beautiful exercise to do. Remind that person how special they are to you and reminisce over those awesome memories, co-incidences or meant to be moments.
I swear for the rest of my days, I will always say, where did the time go? It literally feels like I was with them yesterday during their walk down the aisle moment. I think my couples get inspired looking at wedding photos from other couples to anticipate their own wedding day. Then, when it’s actually the time to walk down the aisle, the moment passes in seconds. OMG. Where did the time go? Don’t worry, we have it recorded for you to re-visit any time you want for years to come.
Your family from generation to generation will continue to search for these photos and you will always feel like it was yesterday.
Try to keep things easy breezy on your wedding day.
We stuck to one location after the church, they had a pre-determined list of family photos to cross of the list, the family came on time and didn’t leave until we got those combinations done.
Then, we had time to focus on the portraits of them together alone. It really helps to have a call set up with your photographer at least 3 weeks before the wedding to go over the details of the day, a rain or shine plan a nearby location to take portraits and an easy get away to race off to the reception. Organization is the key to a smooth sailing day.
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