How to Plan For The Perfect Pre-wedding Photoshoot
Congratulations on getting one step closer to the big day! So you’ve engaged a wedding photographer and makeup artist – great. By now, however, the Bridezilla in you must be panicking a little; after all, planning for your pre-wedding photoshoot doesn’t stop after hiring a dream team – there are plenty of other things to take note of.
Well, keep your cool and don’t fret just yet, because here’s a nifty checklist that’ll have you well-covered:
#1 Visit the location before your shoot
Schedule a visit to the location before your pre-wedding shoot; this will help you visualise your pre-nuptial shots better. Plus, some outdoor locations may charge a fee for photoshoots, and it might be a hassle to find a restroom for outfit changes. We’d advise you to get these details down pat before the actual day.
#2 Coordinate With Your Partner
Nope, you don’t have to wear similar outfits, but a complementary colour palette will look exceptionally charming. Of course, both outfits should match the shoot’s concept and theme. If you’re wearing a glamorous cocktail dress, make sure your partner is dressed in a well-tailored suit.
#3 Research on Poses
This might sound a bit cheesy, but there’s nothing wrong with coming prepared, right? Although we are sure your photographer will bring out the best in you and your partner, a little research wouldn’t hurt. Put together a mood board that you can bring along and refer to during the session.