Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 23:35:22 PM. Wedding. By Sid Faucher.
If it raining… And this is the worst situation of all (And Uncle Frank comes in here!!!), photograph the immediate party in the church (That is the Bride, Groom, Ushers, Bridesmaids and parents). Go to the reception, create a space and then focus on the families and all the guests. Get a high vantage point (Stand on a table) and get everyone to look up at you. Crop the image so that the surroundings can t be seen in post production…
Okay, so maybe a traditional flower theme to your wedding invitation may be appropriate if you are getting married at a time when flowers are blooming! But if you are looking for something special and non-traditional, think about what each flower means, a practice that dates back to Victorian times. If you know exactly what you want your wedding to mean, you can draw inspiration from different meanings of flowers. For example, an Apple Blossom stands for promise , different colors of Chrysanthemums stand for excitement , truth , and sharing , and a lilac stands for first love . Beyond the traditional red rose that means passionate love , you can create a bouquet of wedding invitations that says just what you want about your wedding-as long as it matches your theme.
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