Choosing a photographer is one of the biggest, most important and ultimately hardest decisions of the whole wedding planning process. After all, once the flowers have wilted, the food and drink has been eaten and the ringing in your ears has faded from that amazing party, what are you left with as a lasting memory? That’s right, your photos.
Some of the most amazing, spontaneous, photogenic moments at a wedding often happen when the couple just married and are in a flurry of confetti!
Whilst now it’s a fun moment for guests to toss confetti in the air, the tradition actually started in Italy when throwing petals or rice at the happy couple was a sign of prosperity and fertility. Today, the confetti shot comes in a variety of shapes of sizes and sometimes these don’t even involve confetti but other unique and colourful creations (more on that later!)
So when and where should we do a confetti shot? How do we go about organising it?
Whilst researching for your wedding day, you’ll no doubt have spent a lot of time on the internet looking at local suppliers in Nottingham, Derby and the East Midlands.
During our consultations, we love to meet up in person, grab some coffee (and cake - Dave can’t resist a piece of cake!) and have a chat. Usually couples get in contact via Facebook, email or phone and sharing their wedding date and location as part of the enquiry. Once we’ve checked if we’re available for your big day, we’ll arrange a time and date to meet you both for a chat and a free, no-obligation pre-wedding photo-shoot.
Lot’s of people dread this time of year. Unless you’re the most organised person on Earth it can seem like a lot to get ready. The sudden realisation that you have just a few weeks to go until Christmas can be enough to make your head spin!
With the amazing array of Christmas offers out there it can be a bit hard to know where to start. Big businesses are funneling huge amounts of money into advertising, trying to get you to visit their shops. So why would you even consider buying locally this Christmas?
Here’s 6 good reasons explaining why we think you should shop locally this Christmas.