Yes, this is your one and only wedding day we’re talking about, so it’s perfectly understandable to want to take the go-big-or-go-home approach. It’s just that there are some areas which tend to be better served with a lighter touch. After all, you don’t want to do too much so that certain elements end up taking away from the real heart of your wedding day experience.
What’s the heart of the wedding day experience? Celebrating your love with your friends and family, that’s what, and make no mistake, going too big in certain areas can absolutely take away from all that. Luckily, we’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for years now, so we know which areas you should go big with, and with which you may want to take a more subtle approach.
While the best man, maid of honor, wedding party, etc., are all important people who deserve to be recognized in some way on your big day, let’s face it, your father is your father. He’s been there through it all and if you’re lucky enough to still have your dad in your life when you get married, then it only makes sense to honor him in some way during your wedding.
Yes, there’s the classic walk down the aisle and dance with dad during the reception, but that may not be enough. Luckily, we’ve been in NY / NJ wedding photography for a long time now and we’ve picked up a few tricks along the way. So, if you’re looking for other ways to show your father your appreciation on your big day, read on for a few ideas.
Okay, so you’ve just gotten engaged to your partner, which officially makes that person your spouse-to-be, now what’s the first thing you should do? Celebrate! Take your time to enjoy the milestone, because that’s exactly what it is and you deserve it. But when you’re ready to start planning your actual wedding, it can be a bit of a challenge to figure out where to start.
Luckily, we’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for a long time, so we know a thing or two about what it takes to plan one, as well as how best to begin. Read on for a few tips so that you have a better chance of getting off to a good start, because trust us, that can make all the difference.
We talk a lot around here about the various locations and environments that the Garden State has to offer when it comes to NJ wedding photography, but when it comes to getting uniquely beautiful pictures in Jersey, it’s hard to beat the changing seasons. Yes, some seasons can be more challenging to plan a wedding for than others, but each one has its own atmosphere and appeal.
That’s why it can be somewhat of a challenge to choose the right season for your wedding if you’re not dead set on one already. So, we thought we’d pass along a few tips and tricks we’ve picked up along the way for doing just that. Read on to learn more.
When it comes to finding the right vendors for your wedding, you really do need to think of the process as putting together your team. After all, these are the people who you’ll be working closely with to ensure that your party goes as planned and that all the big moments and memories are preserved.
But our New Jersey wedding photographers have been doing their thing in the business for long enough to know that finding the perfect members for your team isn’t always as easy as it sounds. So, we thought we’d pass along a few tips that should help.
Unless you’re having a really small wedding, which is perfectly fine, then there will probably be some guests coming from a good distance away, perhaps even a few by plane, and that’s great. But it’s important to consider and remember the effort and expense these out-of-town guests have to put into attending.
We’ve been doing wedding photography in NJ for a long time and trust us, some guests go to great lengths to come out and support couples on their wedding days, which is why it’s so important to do all you can on your end to make all your guests, especially those coming from out of town, feel welcome and comfortable. So, read on for a few tips.
We’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for a long time now, so we hear it from couples all the time. Once their big day has come and gone, they talk about how they can’t believe how fast it flew by and how much time and work had to go into planning for what seemed to be such a fleeting celebration.
That’s why we totally get the extended wedding weekend trend. It gives couples more time to settle in and enjoy all the time and work they put into planning one, or in this case a few, of the biggest days of their lives. It’s just that, like with any other kind of wedding, there are some do’s and don’ts, so read on for a few tips.
Whether you’re planning your wedding and inviting some kids to the celebration or you’re attending an upcoming wedding and are considering bringing your own kids along, there are some tricks of the trade that can help. After all, our NJ wedding videographers have been in the business long enough to know what a challenge children at weddings can be.
But that doesn’t mean that your only options are to refrain from inviting any or to find a babysitter for your own. They can attend, as long as you take some measures to ensure that they stay busy and entertained so that they don’t cause a scene, or worse. So, read on for a few tips that should help.
When you’ve been to as many weddings as our veterans of wedding videography in NJ have, you see a lot of wedding cakes. And while, to some couples, it’s all about the flavor, to others, the visual element that the cake brings to their celebration is just as important as the taste of that first bite.
So, we thought we’d put our videography team’s vast experience to good use and have them take a closer look at some of the current wedding cake trends. That way, you’ll have all the latest options for making a visual statement with your cake on the table. From there, it’s up to and your partner to decide if any of them are right for you and your wedding celebration.
With the summer just about officially over and many parts of the country starting to get a little cooler, it’s time to start looking ahead to those always amazing fall weddings. And our veterans of wedding photography in NJ have been to enough of them to know that an outdoor celebration is a possibility, regardless of the brisker temperatures.
You just have to factor the season into your plans, and yes, that means weaving the seasonal colors and moods into your decor and celebration spaces, but it also means thinking and planning practically. That way, you, your partner, and all your guests will be comfortable and at ease. Trust us, that’ll make the whole experience that much better. Read on for a few tips.