The Importance of Pre-wedding Shoots
Here at Eloise Photography, we have always loved doing pre-wedding shoots. We love to build up a good relationship with all our wedding couples so that on the big day we know what is important to them, and how they want their day to go. The pre-wedding shoot or otherwise known as an engagement shoot is an essential part of building a couple’s relationship.
At Eloise Photography, we arrange our pre-wedding shoot to take place a good few months before the big day, and it is the perfect opportunity for us to get to know our couples and for them to get to know us, and more importantly, to give them a chance to spend time in front of a camera together. Here are some good reasons why a pre-wedding shoot is a need to have.
For us at Eloise Photography, a pre-wedding shoot is such an important part of the process, and we wouldn’t want to do a wedding without one! Contact us today to set up an appointment before your big day.
How to Use Your Engagement Photos for Your Big Day
Every engagement photo shoot usually comes with a million amazing photos of you and your honey to be. But what do you do with them? It's not enough that you post your engagement photos on Facebook to share with family and friends. After all, you have spent time and good money on producing them, so better yet to put them into good use. The traditional ways of showcasing your engagement photos are to include them on “save the date” invites or in newspaper announcements. In addition, there are so many other fun things you can do with them – here are a few suggestions on how to use your engagement photos for your wedding day.
Wedding Reception Displays – what better way to welcome guests to the reception hall than with a beautiful engagement photo display? Choose a couple of your favourite engagement photos to accent the venue. Displaying the photos allows other guests who haven't seen them yet to enjoy and appreciate your awesome pictures.
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