Wearing ‘something blue’ on your wedding day is a time honoured tradition that stretches all the way back to the late 1800’s and has been said to bring a bride good luck! And who doesn’t want a little extra luck on their side?!
After months of planning and preparation, all any bride wants is for her special day to run as smoothly as possible.
Choosing a venue is typically one of the first things that a couple will do when planning their wedding. You start looking around, you check a few places out, and then all of a sudden, you’ve found it.
“Um… For those of you who don’t know me ummm…. I’m Rick….” Every time I hear the best man’s speech kick off like that, I know we’re in trouble.
I’m going to talk to you directly as your wedding photographer here about a very easy way to obstruct the magical moment as you walk down the aisle. Please have all your guests turn off their phones, cameras, iPads and let us do the job for all of them.
Clearly when you sign up with Boundless Weddings, you will get our expertise to assist with this process, but for those of you outside Toronto, I wanted to give a little bit of advice to get the most out of your photo session without compromising on the end quality or quantity of your images.
We’re seeing more of these pop up and although candlelight ceremonies are amazing for the guests to witness, there are a few considerations that may deter you from fully jumping into your dark ceremony.
I recently ran into a couple who was very, we’ll call it, overbearing when it came down to the shot lists they provided us on the wedding day.
Months after her dream wedding happened, Yarrow Marrett, a Nova Scotia Bride still hasn’t heard back from her wedding photographer. Ariane Anderson Photography had simply disappeared off the face of the earth. Being a ‘low maintenance bride (whom) only cared about her wedding photos’ she started to worry, and contacted CTV.
Okay, I personally hate biased blogs of companies that arbitrarily create rules and tips to assist them in making sales, so I wanted to start this blog off with a statement that the following tips are based on experience with couples coming in NOT knowing what to discuss with me, or the questions to ask RATHER than me trying to funnel questions into pre-disposed answers that I know I’ll be able to knock out of the park in a consultation.