Your photographer is most likely one of the biggest expenses of your wedding, so you want to ensure you get amazing results for what you are paying for. Don't be afraid to make a scrapbook of photo's that you would like to recreate and take it with you to show your photographer when you meet them. One of the trends i love right now are swings. Use a garden swing to display your bouquet, as a romantic love seat, or as a fun prop that will definitely push away any nerves you were feeling. Somehow i think the little ones in your bridal party will be happy to pose on a swing too. Weeeeeeeeeeee !!
Row 2: , Lexigraphics Photography
Row 3: Matt Clayton Photography
Row 4: Alex Beadon Photography
Row 7: Alexa Wedding blog
Row 9: Sean Walker Photography
My idea for a wedding swing actually came via Tatler magazine. In June, at the Burberry Serpentine Summer Party, they created a wonderful photo booth swing! Now there's a new idea !! It was a huge hit and saw London fashionistas frolicking around the flower decorated swing- set to have a fun and fabulous photo taken.