What to Consider if you Want a Wedding Morning Bridal Session
The wedding morning is filled with so much emotion and anticipation for the couple and their loved ones. On top of that, there are so many things that need to get done the morning of the wedding. For brides who want to prioritize having a bridal session on the morning of their wedding, here are some tips from Fine Art Curation member Marina Claire, to make sure you prepare your timeline and space to make sure the photos are everything you dream about!
1. CALL YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER & PLANNER
The first step for all brides when planning a wedding morning bridal session is to get in touch with their wedding planner and photographer. Those two vendors will ensure that you have booked enough hours with your photographer to cover the bridal session. Additionally, your planner will ensure that your wedding morning timeline has ample time for portraits.
2. KEEP TIME IN YOUR TIMELINE
By ensuring that you have enough time booked for your bridal session, you will be less pressed for time and have an opportunity to relax. More time also provides an opportunity to have a variety of looks for your bridal session.
3. CONSIDER THE LOCATION
Another aspect to consider for your bridal session is the room that your portraits are taking place in. We would recommend that you have space with great natural light that isn’t crammed full of stuff or people. You could also consider a separate room that is more of a blank space and focusing your portraits in that area. Something to consider would be booking an adjoining hotel room just for portraits.
Bridal portrait sessions will provide you with special photos to last a lifetime. These photos will become a portal for you to look back and remember the day your familial legacy began.
Photography: Marina Claire | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab | Stylist / Planner: Jeannene Lillie Events | Floral Designer: Molly Taylor & Co. | Dress Designer: Delana Formals | Rentals: Borrow Curated | Accessories: All About Romance | Venue: 2nd Floor Studio | Cake Designer: Macarons: Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes | Hair: Megan Cox Bridal Hair | Makeup: Cleveland Bridal Makeup | Calligraphy: Lupine Letters | Painted Backdrop: Mer et Terre Atelier | Bridal Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Boudoir Robe Outfit: For Love and Lemons