Congratulations to Jillian & Ijazul!
There are only a few moments of the day, where there is a little quiet and a moment to breathe all for yourself. I try to find a moment for the bride and groom during portraits to do a little bit of a breathing exercise. We can hold our stress in our shoulders, our hands, or expression. So much anticipation and moving parts of the day, it feels good for just a moment to stop and breathe.
Using your veil for portraits is always a good idea. With the help of a little wind, or helpful assistants to hold the veil really helps to make that wrap around shot vibe we are going for.
I think one of the most popular accessories for grooms and their groomsmen are bow ties. You can’t go wrong. An accent colour from the wedding, something that stands out are always a good idea. Little advice, many of the guys do not know how to make a bow tie, so get out the youtube videos and try it out ahead of time
Did you know that tossing the Bouquet is a tradition that stems from England. Women used to try to rip pieces of the bride’s dress and flowers in order to obtain some of her good luck. To escape from the crowd the bride would toss her bouquet and run away. I have loved the change of outfit from bridal gown to Saari for this gorgeous bride, Jillian.
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