Over the last few years the growing trend of photo booths at weddings has started to raise many questions with professional photographers. Some photographers have even started offering these set ups as a part of their package plan. In this short article I would like to note both the positive and negative effects of having a photo booth. I shoot about 40 weddings per year and so far I have had only one where a photo booth was used.
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A rustic wedding theme creates a warm, earthy, organic, and romantic atmosphere that’s perfect for any winter wedding! Whether your wedding will be in a trendy loft in the city or a charming farmhouse in the country, this fun & unique wedding theme will work great for any budget.
When I envision a rustic wedding, I picture a sophisticated, sort-of country style, using lot’s of natural elements to decorate. This creates a lot of opportunity for do-it-yourself projects, using things that might even come from your own back yard, such as twigs, bark, pinecones or berries.
I read in many on-line forums that couples often don’t hang their wedding photographs in their homes. On the other hand, many couples do put up their engagement pictures. They may love their pictures but the don’t display them. Why?
Often wedding photos are shot fairly formally. That can make them feel artificial, particularly as time goes by. They just don’t represent the personalities of the couple. Historically, wedding photography was quite formal. Today’s lifestyles, on the other hand, are more relaxed. Your home reflects your lifestyle.