4 Tips To Elevate Your Wedding Photos

 

Confetti, champagne, rose petals - are just a few simple props that make your photos from ordinary to "WOW!" I can't tell you how many times I encountered, "What do we do with our hands?" during the getting ready portion for the bridal party. Usually, there are mimosas in the mix, which always helps.

1. Confetti Poppers

Or better yet, a confetti popper in a champagne bottle! If confetti isn't or style, we can legit shake a cheap bottle of champagne, pray it won't injure anyone and let it explode. Seriously, it's almost impossible to keep your excitement in -- and THAT right there is what I call a genuine moment. Which is what I'm all about ladies.

Photo by:  Elisabeth Carol

Photo by: Elisabeth Carol

Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

Grab your confetti bottle here.

2. Matching Robes/PJ's

I'm all about outfits; I genuinely believe the right clothing it'll make your photos 10x's better. Plus, these are such cute gifts to your girl squad!

3. Balloons

Nothing says celebration than a handful of balloons! Now that there are alphabet balloons, this is a great time to get creative!


Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

4. Rose Petals

Recessional exits. When announced as husband and wife, you two will walk down the aisle for the first time as a married couple with family and friends cheering you on the way. Honestly, this is one of my favorite moments during a wedding day. So, why not elevate this once in a lifetime moment by having guests throw rose petals as you two walk away.

Photo by:  Matoli Keely

Photo by: Matoli Keely

Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

Photo credit to their rightful owners. Photo found on Pinterest

I can't wait to share more tips to elevate your wedding photos! I'm going to try my very best to post every Friday for these tip series. I hope you enjoyed reading!