So the pre-wedding photo-shoot was done about 2 months ago and the photos are in.
The photos turned out looking amazing, way better than what I imagined it to be. Took slightly longer then expected, but it really paid off. Mind you, we had 300 photos in total to choose from.
Kudos to the Super Panda team, Joseph and Claude.
With all the props and what not.
Styling done by the remarkable Jessica, from Wedrock Weddings.
At our florist’s boutique – One Olive
To catch the sunset – Labrador Park
Things I learnt from the photo-shoot:
1. Always bring along a friend to help.
To hold your bouquet, to get that double shot ice-blended mocha frap and to hold your dress.
2. Bring along whatever props to your photo-shoot.
With props, you have more items to play around with then the poses will be less pose-y. Bring your wedding bands if you can!
3. Always bear in mind – Toilet locations!
As insignificant as it can be, I actually changed into my 2nd outfit in the “forest”, don’t let that happen to you.
4. Be yourself.
Probably you have heard it the hundredth time, but it’s true! We ended up omitting a lot of the overly-pose-y photos, and the we didn’t even pick a single kissing photo of us because it’s just not us. So save the frame for a more meaningful one.
5. Be well prepared.
Make a checklist of items you plan to bring, better still, make a schedule for your photo-shoot. Pre-plan your lunch venue if you can so you don’t waste any time.