Having an engagement shoot done before you get married is so special. It is another way to connect as a couple and the perfect way to capture another stepping stone to your upcoming nuptials with photos that you will be able to look back on for years to come. We have some great engagement shoot tips for couples who are planning what types of photos they would like to take.no comments
We know how hard it is to plan your wedding. Sticking to a budget while at the same time having all the amazing details you have dreamed about is a difficult task. You have to be creative and really look around to find the vendors that work best for you and your budget. That’s exactly why we decided we wanted to do a SnapKnot bridal giveaway. Jami Winfrey was the lucky bride who was randomly drawn and gets to use the $2,000 cash towards her wedding photographer. Congrats Jami!
Traci Burke, one of our Fort Lauderdale, Florida wedding photographers, recently shot a gorgeous park engagement that we are thrilled to share with our SnapKnot community! Heather and Dave had their session at a local neighborhood park in Boca Raton, Florida, and are scheduled to get married in January of 2014. The images from their shoot combined with this couple’s love story make Heather and Dave’s engagement the perfect inspiration for the soon-to-be wed!
Sometimes you can get so caught up in your day to day world as a photographer, that when a family member calls on you to photograph them, it can actually make you pause and think about the moment. This isn’t a moment that happens because they called you simply because you are family but more because you are family and they really value your work as a photographer. I received a call from my brother Jay and his fiance Danielle. The conversation started something like this, “Hey B.I.L.
Both Lawyers, both Gorgeous, both Cal-Bears! Monica and Jessie were the coolest, classiest, chicest clients any photographer could ask for. And the fact that they were my fellow-golden-bears definitely helped us bond right away. We started out by the Golden-gate bridge and the light was simply perfect on a beautiful August evening.
Here are a few engagement stories notable for their creativity, use of technology, and yes – excessive geekiness (but in a good way).
1) Twitter Proposal #1: Greg Rewis proposed to long-distance girlfriend Stephanie Sullivan over Twitter before marrying her in a Twitter wedding as well:1 comment