Engagement pictures should be just that..Engaging. Take the time to work with your photographer and create a fun and unique portfolio that could not be mistaken for any other couple. Take advantage of locations, props, or accessories, in order to make a lasting memory. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
Fathers and daughters. A very special bond that is highlighted in these great wedding images. Having a good photographer vs. a great photographer is the difference between just having wedding pictures or having cherished memories captured in a photograph. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
Meet Kelli and Shannon.
This adorable couple met their junior year in high school and just recently got engaged. They both love lazy days, movie marathons, and cuddling which Kelli thinks is “awesome.”
Our engagement portrait session took place in Houston’s historic Heights District, a cute and funky neighborhood filled with eclectic shops and restaurants. The day consisted of eating, jumping, giggling, and lots of fluffy clouds in the sky. Kelli & Shannon’s affection towards one another was radiant. It was a perfect portrait session indeed.
Thank you Kelli and Shannon for all the smiles!
With so many military weddings, we wanted to display some great wedding photography that showcases the military aspect of the wedding. Images above not only capture the uniform but the person in the uniform. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
Austin Monthly’s Bridal Bash 2012: Couture, Cakes & Cufflinks at the At&T Convention Center in Austin Texas.
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Hands are very expressive. We take someone’s hand to introduce ourselves, show affection or even give strength. There are many times that the moments we share with another include the intertwining of fingers. Photos are a great way to capture that moment or feeling. Give your photographer examples of images you like and let your photographer find that special moment to capture during your time together. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
Mothers and Daughters. Sometimes through the wedding planning, the relationship between mother and daughter can become strained or stressful, but when the wedding starts, that conflict usually fades away. Take time to cherish and honor your mother on your special day with some alone time with your mother. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
Going back to your roots. Many brides and grooms want to bring their own culture into their wedding. It is usually a melding of more than one culture or religion, so how do you combined more than one culture into a wedding? Select aspects of the wedding for your culture or religion that are must haves and work those into a more modern or traditional ceremony. By giving touches of both cultures, you can give friends a snapshot of your culture and give your families the traditions they want. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs, www.stylemepretty.com.
Why should the brides get to have all of the fun? Personalizing the flowers for the tables and bride are always a focus, but what about the groom? Taking into account the theme or style of the wedding and/or personality of the groom, you can come up with fun and interesting Boutonnière. By thinking outside the box and using different materials and techniques, the groom’s boutonnière can be a show stopper too. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.
The bouquet has been a great place for brides to add a fun flair by including crystals and brooches to their flowers, but these bouquets have gone a new direction. By adding family heirlooms or personal touches, the bouquet allows you to honor a past or present family member that is special to you. Dog tags from a parent, a pocket watch from grandpa or even a family rosary is a great way to include that special person into your wedding. By telling your photographer about these subtle details, you can make sure to have that memory captured. Above are a few examples pulled from one of our favorite blogs www.stylemepretty.com.