If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know we’re passionate about creating clean, timeless images in beautiful light. Images that capture joyful, intimate, emotional moments that take our couples right back to the way they felt on their wedding day.
Our goal is to funnel every decision we make, from where, what and how we shoot on a wedding day, through that lens and today we thought we’d share one of our quick go-to life hacks in getting ready rooms that might be just a little… wait for it… off the wall! Pun absolutely intended.
we’re passionate about creating clean, timeless images
John Wayne in a frame in the middle of the good light? Take him down! A painting of a field of saguaros at sunset on the cleanest wall in the room? Relocate it to the bathroom! The bed clashing with the bridesmaid dresses? Slide it over! The floor lamp shaped like a rattlesnake? Unplug that puppy and get it outta there! Most of the time, these items aren’t completely bolted to the wall and can easily be returned to their original state after the getting ready photos are finished. We aren’t afraid to remove things from the wall if it means our bride will get her clean, timeless images that she’ll cherish for fifty years. We want her to look at her getting ready photos and remember the way she felt when she put on her grandmother’s pearls, and nothing else. The best way for us to achieve this is to clear the wall of distractions. That way, when anyone looks at that image, all the focus goes straight to her and the other women she loves the most in this world. It goes to the laughter, the emotion, the joy. The final moments before she gets to start a whole new chapter.