We came across an article by Sandy Malone, she’s a destination wedding planner and has had a show on TV. I’ve spoken with her personally on social media and this post is not to attack her. We have a different viewpoint from what she wrote and it is directly applicable to the area we live […]
There are lots of wedding trends that don’t make it to our local area in the Tristate. However, here are five trends we feel that we WILL see, or in the very least, hope will come soon. Or watch me on WEHT Local Lifestyles TV Segment regarding this topic. 5 wedding trends in 2016: 1. passed
We’ve always been an advocate for engagement photos and have talked about it frequently on the pfe blog. Our engagement photo is still hanging on the wall of our bedroom, 22 years later. We are often amused at how sweet and young we looked. a few tips before you book your engagement photo session … Be
It’s still a controversy. Do you see each other before your wedding ceremony? Honestly, most of our clients ARE seeing each other, about 70%. We find it’s usually the groom that doesn’t want to see his bride before the wedding. Go figure. There is a lot of pro’s and con’s to this and we’ve talked
Is there a new trend for wedding photography? There may just be. Have your wedding photographer come to your hotel suite for a potentially sexy “Morning After” photo session. Just the bride, groom, and your photog. At least that is what the msn.com article said. Intrigued to learn more, I contacted the photographer, Michelle Jonne. She
Boudoir photography. Intimate photography. Steamy photos. Everyone has a different name for it, but it all comes down to one thing. Sizzling, yummy, sexy, classy photos of a beautiful woman. This concept has been around a long time. My sister-in-law had hers taken waaaay back in the early 90’s. We teased her then, but she
We believe it should be a priority to get to know your photographer by investing in the engagement photos. It helps all of you relax and get to know each other (especially when many people have anxiety about having a camera in their face). Once you trust each other, the wedding day is a breeze.
Part Three of our “don’t box us in” five part series about your wedding vendors! If you have ever read this blog, you know how much we heart wedding photographers. We post about them often! We may be an intricate part of creating the memories but they are capturing them, forever! Your wedding photographer will want to
fun and fabulous photos or our bride/groom by: Equinox Photography By the time your wedding day rolls around you will have acquired many vendors. They all play an important role in making your day spectacular. Of all the vendors though, wedding planners and photographers actually spend the most time with you on your wedding day.
It’s Turkey Day….Happy Thanksgiving all. But we know that if you are about to get married, there are no days off thinking about your wedding. So we’ll continue with our series regarding the pro’s of seeing each before the wedding. emotional benefits of seeing each other Excitement and anxiousness are natural emotions to be expected
This week the blog is concentrating on the subject of whether your should see or not see each other before the wedding. Couples want their day to be special and think that by seeing each other before the wedding they may somehow “lose” that. Let’s think this out… what really happens when you walk down
The topic this week is exploring the positives of taking the time to see each other before the actual wedding ceremony on your wedding day. It’s understandable to want to dismiss this idea since every bride and groom wants to have that special moment during their day. That’s why when we have clients who decide