What is important to consider when choosing shoes for my wedding?

  • Practice: Wear your high heels a few times before the weddingt to break them in and get used to walking in them.
  • Comfort: Choose high heels that fit well and are comfortable to wear. If your heels are too tight or uncomfortable, it will show in your photos.
  • Sole protection: Bring a pair of comfortable shoes or flip flops to change into between shots, especially if you will be walking on rough terrain or grass.
  • Heel height: Consider the height of your heels based on the locations where you will be taking photos. Higher heels can be challenging to walk in and may not be suitable for outdoor or uneven surfaces.
  • Accessories: Consider wearing a shoe accessory, such as a heel stopper, to make walking in high heels easier and more comfortable.

Flat wedding photography: elements that should be included in the images

  • Rings: The bride and groom's wedding rings should be prominently featured in the photographs.
  • Bouquet: The bride's bouquet should be captured in detail, as it is an important part of the wedding attire.
  • Stationary: The wedding invitations, programs, and other stationary elements should be included in the photos to show the theme and design of the wedding.
  • Details: Small details such as the bride's garter, the groom's cufflinks, or the wedding favors.
  • The bride's and groom's accessories, such as earrings, necklaces, and boutonnieres, should be captured in the images to complete the wedding attire.
  • Unique and meaningful props, such as the couple's wedding vows or a special piece of artwork, can add personal touches to the flat wedding photography images.

Pros and Cons of Having a First Look prior the Ceremony


  • Reduced Stress: Having a private moment with your partner before the ceremony can help calm nervesand reduce wedding day stress.
  • More Time: A first look allows you to have more time for portraits and other photos before the ceremony, giving you more time to enjoy your cocktail hour.
  • Intimacy: The first look provides a private, intimate moment for just the couple, capturing their emotions and reactions to seeing each other for the first time on their wedding day.
  • Better Light: Scheduling the first look during daylight hours can provide better lighting for your photos, especially if you’re planning an outdoor wedding.


  • Tradition: Some couples prefer to stick to tradition and see each other for the first time during the ceremony.
  • Less Anticipation: Some couples may feel that seeing each other before the ceremony takes away from the anticipation and excitement

of walking down the aisle.

Photography Timeline

These details will help me plan and execute a flawless photography service that meets your expectations:

  • Schedule of events: The schedule of events is important for the photographer to understand what will be happening and when. This includes the start time of the ceremony, the end time of the reception, and any other significant events that are planned throughout the day.
  • Location details: The location of the event will help the photographer plan the best angles and lighting for the photos. They will also need to know if the event will be taking place indoors or outdoors and any specific logistics or restrictions related to the location.
  • Family photo list: The family photo list is a list of the specific family members and/or groups that you would like to have photographed together. This list should be provided to the photographer in advance so that they can plan the timing and logistics of the family photos.
  • First look or not: Your photographer can plan the timing of the day accordingly and ensure that they have enough time to capture the first look and any other important moments before the ceremony