The big day is coming up and both you and your fiancé are excited for what the future may bring. However, now comes the question of how you will makes your engagement public. Revealing your engagement to your family and friends can be an amazing experience depending on how you choose to reveal it. One popular idea for revealing your engagement to the world is having a photoshoot. Engagement photoshoots are special events that you and your fiancé can share to relieve the stress of planning your big day.
Engagement photo shoots can vary depending on the couple and their specific taste or style. Here are four quick tips for styling your photo shoot:
Finding the perfect location for your shoot can cause a lot of stress; maybe the local park does not have the right aesthetic. Some of the most common locations for an engagement photo shoot include a scenic park, beach, golf club, flower field, populated places such as Times Square, and a ballroom. Finding the perfect location can also spark ideas for what clothing you may want to wear.
Outfit coordination more than often results in a particularly corny photo. For a more natural look, it is recommended to wear clothes that you both feel great in. Furthermore, clothing goes well with the right amount of makeup and skincare. You may want to consider teeth care at some point before you shoot so that you have a dazzling smile for the camera.
Your stylist is responsible for getting you dressed for one of the most important photos of your life. Be sure to tell your stylist all of your concerns and needs for the shoot to have a memorable experience.
Maybe you already know what type of wedding you would like to have. If you do, use that idea in the photo shoot. It will not only give any attendees a sneak peak of what’s to come, but get everyone (including yourself) excited for your big day!
With these tips in mind, personalizing your photo shoot should be both simple and easy. Remember, at the end of the day, the event is about you and your fiancé so your input into the logistics of the shoot matters.