Vancouver based Nirvana Photography Studio's blog. Latest wedding shoots and interesting articles and resources for brides, grooms and everything wedding related.
Everyone can take beautiful photos. It's not that hard, really. However, taking good photos is really the starting point. Technical excellence is not the goal, it's the beginning. the question is how can we elevate this craft. How can we create an experience for our clients that is so exceptional that they just can't stop talking about it?
With wedding planning craziness, it’s overwhelming that items on your “To Do” list also have subcategories to keep straight. However, preventing problems is a lot easier than dealing with them when they arise, especially when your wedding day is fast approaching. Follow these tips for working with your florist and avoid ten major issues that many brides have come up against in the past.
Laura & Daryn are such a nice couple, and we were very fortunate to not only photograph their wedding, but also now call them friends. They volunteered to talk a bit about their experience with us, how we met, their journey with us leading up to the wedding, and their overall experience. So, without further ado, here we go.
No matter how perfectly you think you plan your wedding, there are undoubtedly going to be at least a couple of things that go completely haywire. It’s inevitable that something’s going to surprise you, drive you nuts or cause a problem during your ceremony or reception. Try to avoid these fifteen common pitfalls that far too many couples have been the victims of.
Kids are probably not going to care about the father-daughter dance or quietly listen to the toasts. Adorable wedding pictures of the Flower Girl or Ring Bearer don’t tell the whole tale. What wedding couples typically don't show you is that three hours later the little princess and prince are throwing handfuls of cake at each other on the dance floor
t used to be that the bride takes the lead of all of the wedding plans, since they usually have a very clear image of what they want their wedding to be - and have had for a very long time! You, as the groom, might want varying levels of involvement depending on the type of groom you are.
Let me tell you a secret: She wants you to help! Yes, really! She wants to know you are involved, and that this event is just as important for you than it is for her.