Why Dresses are the Secret Ingredient For a Pre-Wedding Shoot.

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What To Wear For a Pre-Wedding Shoot.

Trying to pick an outfit for a photoshoot is tricky. When you have to dress an entire extra person, that’s where it gets really complicated. I’ve put together an easy guide for choosing outfits that look great on camera and go together perfectly.You may use these photos for your save-the-dates, your wedding day programs or even your invitations, so you’ll want to look your best.

Pre- Wedding Photo Shoot outfit tips:

1. Choose your outfits ahead of time, so you aren’t scrambling to find pieces that go together on the day of.
2. Make sure your ensembles work for the season and location of your photos.
3. Express your personal style—the more confident you feel, the better your photos will turn out.


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1. It doesn’t have to match!

The days of matching jumpers etc are behind us. Having colors, shades, and patterns that are different will add interest to your photographs.

2. Colour Scheme.

If you plan to have framed prints or a canvass up on your wall then how about pulling colors from the room so that it coordinates.

3. Going Neutral.

If you are looking for something light are airy then you can’t go wrong with soft blues, beige, and white.

4. Time to Rummage.

Once you have decided on the color scheme it’s time to go through your wardrobe and take out all the suitable items of clothing.

5. Who goes first?

I recommend the female choosing her her outfit first and then the guy. If the female is happy with how she looks, both will be happy.

6. Mixing it Up.

Add textures, patterns and also layer your look to add personality. You could add hat’s scarfs, jackets, jewelry and anything else that you think is “you”