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How to make Outdoor wedding decorations Great
Outdoor wedding decorations are plentiful and come in various shapes and sizes.
When you are planning an outdoor wedding, the decorations are one of the most challenging hurdles just ahead of weather contingencies. The venue and the time of day are the first two factors in your decoration planning. Decorations should compliment the venue and the natural lighting of the venue at the time of the actual ceremony.
To do it properly, you need to go the exact venue at the exact time the ceremony will be taking place. If you have the privilege of custom wedding dresses planning an outdoor wedding that is over one year out (very rare) then go to the location on the exact date the year before and bring a camera with you and take some pictures. This will give you the idea and feel for the lighting.
It will not really work out to do a walk through of the venue with a photographer in March if the wedding is in June; especially if it is an afternoon or late afternoon ceremony that relies on natural lighting.
In most cases less is more and the pure beauty of nature only needs an arch for the soon to be newlyweds to take their vows under. In some venues the event will not be 100% private or taking place in the courtyard of an upscale hotel.
Although it's something that couples dread, things can go wrong at weddings and if your venue is not that "private" then be sure 2011 evening dresses that there is some type of complimentary background behind the bride and groom when they take their vows, exchange rings and seal it with a kiss.
You don't want a wedding picture with kids throwing a Frisbee or the landscapers racking leaves in the background.
If you think that this will be an issue on your wedding day, you need to set up complimentary backdrops and ask the photographer to come an hour earlier.
When he arrives, you take the place of the bride / groom in the position they will exchange vows in and tell the photographer to look for "bad tangents". A bad tangent is when something in the foreground or background interferes with the picture. For example, if the floral design behind the bride makes her look like she has something funny on her head, that is a bad tangent. May sound silly but the photographer will know bridesmaid dresses what you are talking about.
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