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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 29 - 2016
How to Determining Your Pre Wedding Photo Shoot Themes

How to Determining Your Pre Wedding Photo Shoot Themes

It’s quite simple to find inspirations for constructing an interesting set of pre wedding photography to display during your wedding reception. Location, atmosphere, and costume can be chosen to support the theme that both of you can relate to. The following are a few guidelines to determining that perfect theme for your special day:

1. Personal Memory Photo Theme
One great idea is to have a photo shoot commemorating a special day in the past that celebrated your love. An easy example would be recreating the day that you guys met. It will surely make for some gorgeous photographs that will always be special for decades to come. Read the rest of this entry »

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