Something I hear from a lot of my clients is that they don’t know what to wear for their session! And trust me, I get it! Even as a photographer who knows what looks good on camera, I still struggled to find the perfect outfit! Since I’m a big fan of online shopping and also […]
One of my favorite types of sessions are bridal portraits! I just love this Southern tradition and think it’s such a fun thing to incorporate into your wedding photography experience. Your wedding day will go by so quickly, and sometimes the timeline doesn’t allow us a ton of portrait time! That’s why I love having […]
Planning your wedding day timeline is one of the most challenging things you’ll have to deal with during the planning process! I love working with my photography clients to create a custom timeline for their wedding day, and most wedding planners/day-of coordinators also offer this service as well! I think it’s helpful to get an […]
The day after Hudson and I got engaged, I drove to Barnes & Noble and bought alllllll the wedding magazines I could find!! I couldn’t wait to get started on planning the best day ever! But let’s be real, planning a wedding is a TON of work and can be really overwhelming at times! Sometimes it can […]
I don’t know about you, but picking out the perfect outfit to wear for a special occasion stresses the heck out of me! I’m totally fine picking out an outfit to wear to class, chapter meetings, or church, but choosing something to wear to a friend’s wedding or to formal is a whole other thing. And if you’re anything like me, picking out my outfits for my senior pictures was one of those stressful moments.
As I was in the midst of senior photo season this past spring semester (a.k.a. the most hectic time of the year), I thought back to my (high school) senior photos. While most of the girls I photograph around this time of year are 4 years older than I was back then and were graduating from college instead of high school, the process is still a pretty stressful one. How do you know what outfits to wear? What all do you need to bring with you? How do you communicate what you’re wanting from your photographer?