Stationery Tips {Photographing Your Wedding Stationery}

When your wedding stationery is what starts the day and where the wedding begins, having a shot of your invitations and key styling pieces can add to the memories of the day. Too often we hear from disappointed brides who have no memories of their wedding stationery because it wasn't captured by their photographer on the day. Your stationery begins your story and ties the elements of your wedding together.

Make sure you have your full suite of stationery near your accessories on the day, so your photographer is able to grab your pieces and shoot them along side your bouquet or jewelery.

Let your photographer know if there are other special pieces in your suite you'd love to have captured at the reception and ceremony - from place cards, to your order of service, your seating chart and anything in between. These are wonderful for your own memories, but are also useful if a publication such as a blog or magazine wants to publish your wedding- details like this inspire other brides and pull together the full story and beauty of your wedding day.

From the wedding of Amanda and Daniel by Serendipity Corner Photography

Photo by Hayley Johnson

Photo by Hayley Johnson

Photo by Hayley Johnson

From the wedding of Danielle and David by IDo Weddings

From the wedding of Sally and Siva by Natasja Kremers


May 10, 2011
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