A traditional wedding held in the Philippines is a venue that we all take advantage of to pay the most influential people in our lives utmost respect and value. This custom, usually staged by beautiful flower arrangements, decadent food, and elegant clothing, makes it absurdly difficult for to-be-wed couples to limit their number of guests as they tend to give every single person they look up to a role in their weddings – the beginning of another chapter in their lives.
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Wedding Photography Style – Eclectic / Contemporary is My Style!
What is my style? It really is confusing, especially when other photographers are calling their style all sorts of names. I especially like a good fellow professional wedding photographer calling his style “organic”. What is that? I think I’m now confused. Fortunately, I don’t have a fancy schmancy name for my style. But know, that I’m neither pure photojournalistic or pure traditional wedding photographer. I consider my wedding photography style to be contemporary. Contemporary wedding photography style, in my humble opinion, is using all styles available to me to make a beautiful wedding photograph possible. I think that using only one style of wedding photography is a big, big mistake. A wedding photographer, with only one style,
Should you choose a white or ivory wedding dress for your special day?
Choosing your wedding dress is probably one of the most important decisions you will make in planning your wedding. As the bride you want to outshine every other woman present and look extremely beautiful for your groom. But do you have to be in a white gown to do so?
Your Choices for a Traditional wedding
If you’re planning a traditional wedding, you may be thinking that a
For some brides it is important to have a traditional wedding. This can be the classic Victorian weddings of Europe and the United States, or the more exotic marriages rites of places like India, Africa and China. As a bride who wants to have the traditional wedding in modern times, this can be a challenge. If you live in Europe and the United State you most likely have a diverse set of friends and even family so while some customs can be preserved you may find yourself having to bend some rules to accommodate your guests. In some cases it may be simply that getting all the traditional materials for the ceremony is more difficult than originally thought as some of them may not be available where you live. Well don’t’ fret. Here are some great tips to have a successful traditional wedding even with limited resources.
Make a checklist of the rituals, ceremonial items, and any other custom that would normally go with a traditional marriage ceremony for your culture. This is very important as it helps you know what is needed and what you can procure. It is a very good idea to get the assistance or at least input of your parents and other relatives familiar with the practices so that you can go through your list. Another great source of information is the religious leader that is going to marry you. As a custodian of your faith he or she is great resource to draw from. They can also tell you what you can permissibly get away with if you have to make compromises.
Now think of what decoration you need. This is very importa