A couple of weeks ago I had the honor of sitting down with Devan McCabe, of Nimbi Creative/ Founder of the Together Experience business conference, for my very first podcast feature! You can click the link below to give it a listen. We talked about film photography, social media, early morning routines, and of course her upcoming conference!
Today I turn four. And the journey will keep speeding on from here. Business anniversaries seem a little silly for me to celebrate. I'll admit, I even forgot about it last year until it had passed! I begin to question the celebration with something like 'I'll celebrate when I've hit a milestone' or 'I'll celebrate when I've done something big'. Silly, right?
Gone are the days of ill-fitted suit rentals...please! It's 2018 and the future is now. Unless you're being measured by someone who has done it before, odds are, you're not getting the accurate measurements you need to rent your suit online. And worse, even if you do measure right, the suit selection online doesn't provide you with a lot of options. And triple worse, even if you do find the right suit, you aren't guaranteed that it's going to be a good fit for everyone on your side of the wedding party.
And week four, we made it! We've covered a lot of ground when it comes to creating a timeless wedding. From Dress & Attire, Flowers, and picking out a Venue, we've finally landed at the last detail: Photography Style. It could be the most important detail to think about, especially since this is the storytelling element that makes those other details matter so much.
We are back for week three talking about four ways you can use modern details to create a timeless wedding. Our past topics were Dresses & Attire, and Flowers! Next, we're talking about how your venue can impact the overall aesthetic of your wedding. For more you can use the form at the bottom of the blog to get your own Timeless Wedding Guide with full details and inspirational images.
You've done everything possible for the perfect timeline, but things are still late. What do you do? Here's a scenario that tends to scare couples and vendors like. What if there's no time for more photos? What if dinner is served 30 minutes late? What if your ceremony goes too long? Here are the concerns I'm hearing from couples these days.