wedding. Monday , April 03rd , 2017 - 07:55:29 AM
Even though I prefer the fun shots, I always do the standard, traditional wedding party pose - girls on one side, guys on the other, bride and groom in the middle. But I do it and get it out of the way so we can have fun. I build on this pose, working up to the more adventurous poses. So next, I'll pair up the bridesmaids and groomsmen. Have them stand on either side of the couple but in casual stance. Girls link arms with the guys or drape an arm over the guys' shoulder. Guys have their hands in their pants pockets or arms crossed. I encourage everyone to stand naturally - that is shifting their weight to one hip or the other. Note: A more flattering pose for women is to shift their weight to the back hip - the one away from the camera. This makes a slight bend in the front leg, which creates a beautiful line. So we do one shot here and then I ask the bride and groom to kiss while the wedding party looks at the couple and throws up their arms cheering.
With these wedding apps and the use of the wedding website you can give access to your plans to anyone you choose by simply giving them your login information. Many young brides are not even in the same country as their moms and other loved ones and with the Internet they can bridge the gap and enjoy the wedding planning experience together. With the note pad that is included in the app you can jot down ideas as they come. You do not need to be concerned with trying to remember everything all the time. Write it down and go over it at a later date and time. Paper and pen may be faster but the paper gets lost and ink can smudge.
Lets say your shower doesnt have a theme or that it has a theme that doesnt relate to any particular type of food. Talk with the bride-to-be about her favorite foods and meals. This will be your starting point. Is she a breakfast lover? Serve brunch foods buffet style. Does she adore pizza? Have a pizza party complete with bread sticks, dipping sauce, and a dessert pizza. Perhaps she loves the ocean. Create shrimp cocktail centerpieces for each table. Serve crab dip (fill sand buckets with chips for dipping), antipasto kabobs, seafood salad, and iced mint tea.
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