The biggest consideration I ask of you is to really think about the time of day your ceremony is taking place, especially if its outside. More specifically, think about where the sun will be in the sky in relation to your ceremony space. If your wedding is during the summer, then the sun will be making much wider, straight over your head arcs through the sky and be present longer in the day. If it’s winter, the opposite is true and the sun will be mostly low to the horizon with much fewer hours of daylight offered.
Portrait sessions are the most creative time we can spend together. Whether its an engagement, during your wedding day, or a lifestyle solo shoot, its when we get to play and have the most fun. If I’m shooting couples, my main goal is to showcase your unique emotion for each other.
You've had a blast planning your wedding day. You found the perfect vendors for your style, linens and accents are in perfect contrast; no detail has been overlooked. With all of this careful planning, you've gone back and forth about whether or not to hire a day of coordinator to keep all the work you've done in place...
After taking time off of work to travel, finding a date, and picking out a gift, the last thing you should be worrying about when going to a wedding is what you’re going to wear. The invitation says, “Colorado Casual,” but what does that even mean? The Black Tux recently released a helpful guide for every wedding situation.