Get Inspired

An Investment Well Made

Oct 01, 2018

As photos are the tangible means by which one preserves wedding memories, investing in a pre-wedding portrait session is money well spent. Here are some images to inspire your very own pre-wedding shoot.

Iconic
Photo courtesy of The Wedding Barn Gallery

Admiring the view
Photo courtesy of The Muzes

Carriage
Photo courtesy of Stories by Integricity

Water's edge
Photo courtesy of ShenSnaps Photography

Contemplate the following :

  • Indoor or outdoor.
  • Local, interstate or overseas.
  • City, beach or highlands.
  • Contemporary or heritage.
  • Streetscape or greenery.
     

A beautiful frame
Photo courtesy of SA Wedding Studio

A secluded spot
Photo courtesy of Steven Leong Photography

A unique location
Photo courtesy of Ooi Eric Studio

A retro cafe
Photo courtesy of Pixel Tree

Other budgetary issues :

  • The amount you have allocated.
  • Half-day or full-day shoot.
  • Is an album required or will soft copies do.
  • Dressed in your wedding’s best or just casual attire.
     

Camels
Photo courtesy of MomentoWedding

A kiss on a lake
Photo courtesy of Cliff Choong Photography

A spectacular setting
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Tie down the following :

  • Deliverables of the photography package.
  • Timeline for delivery.
  • Payment terms.
     

Bali
Photo courtesy of 3PM Studio

A starlit night
Photo courtesy of Patrick Kok Moments

Stunning landscape
Photo courtesy of Click4Loves Photography

 

Tip : Look out for pre-wedding promotions for a good deal. More details here.