• So you don't know what to wear for your family photos. The most important thing is you should wear something you are comfortable in and happy wearing. Remember that feeling when you bought that new top or shirt and you looked fabulous. Like most things being prepared makes for a better day. Not only will you have something to wear. Here are 10 handy tips on what to wear for your portrait photos. Tidy and ironed clothes show well and are less distracting in photographs. I suggest wearing similar, not the same, outfits that coordinate well.Come up with a. . . .
❤ The quiet spot surrounded by trees was a lovely place to capture a family forest portrait session. Amy and David together with their two little boys, David and Eli, relaxed and enjoyed the afternoon in the midst of nature. Mum and dad did not mind being in front the of the camera. Also little David and Eli had the happiest smiles ever. They certainly were not shy of the camera. I had so much fun photographing their happy little family. If you go out in the woods today. You're sure of a big surprise. When you have little ones it. . . .
• The Noosa River is a wonderful place to be at the best of times but when you decide to have your wedding on the lovely banks of the river it is amazing. Jenny and Mark were that lucky and chose Culgoa Point Resort as their location to have their beautiful Noosa River Wedding. It was a beautiful autumn day in Queensland and you could not have asked for more. There was plenty of nerves and excitement on the day. There was a bit of stress when one of the suit bags had only jackets. Luckily it was realised early. . . .
The alarm was set for 3am on the shortest day of the year. The occasion? "Married at first light" A brainstorm by a local radio station in Brisbane who thought it would be a great idea to have the wedding ceremony as the sun broke the horizon. Thinking back it was a wonderful and lovely time to have a wedding. Any discomfort forgotten as the celebrant did what he did best at this sunrise Brannell Homestead Wedding. Ian looked smart and probably too nervous to feel the cold. Sam looked beautiful in her gorgeous wedding dress bathed in the morning. . . .
To help with all the various events on your wedding day you will need a planned timeline. You can then let the florist know when to bring the flowers, to when you need to start serving your guests their meals. Also leaving chunks of time throughout your day so those special moments can be captured. Every wedding is unique and each couple has their own important moments. I suggest you lock in your ceremony and receptions starting times. You can then work out the key times for all the other events in the day. Just work backwards from those times. . . .