Whether day or night, fairy lights give any room easy ambience.
Try and schedule your portrait session for the ‘golden hour’ – around two hours before sunset – to drench your photos in warm, romantic light.
If deciding between two venues, choose the one that has the most visual variety – it will go a long way towards guaranteeing great snaps.
Confetti may seem like a minor detail, but it can make for a powerful just-married shot, that might end up being your favourite of the album.
Water makes an ever-intriguing portrait location.
If your budget stretches, paying a photographer to stay for some in-the-dark shots can give your album striking variety.
Ease stress on the big day by seeking out an aesthetically striking venue. It means your time isn’t taken up travelling between locations, and allows your photographer to focus on taking great photos. A calm, happy mind will shine through on film, too.
Don’t fret if you wake up to clouds on your big day: moody skies make for striking photos and eliminate harsh shadows.
Don’t know how to decorate? If in doubt, choose blooms – and lots of them. Timeless, beautiful and available in practically every colour, a collection of flowers never looks out of place.