Romance on the Farm

We were blown away by the recent stylized wedding shoot that took place at Old Town Farm.  After featuring the details that took place previously through our blog (click here to check out the other post), we just had to share these romantic photos from Arielei Kinzer Photography.

PhotographyArielei Kinzer Photography

Styling: Just Lovely Wedding & Events

Florals: Stephanie Yardman Floral Design

Cake + Desserts: Desire & Consequence

Dresses: Nicole’s Boutique

Makeup: Makeup by Jacqueline C.

Hair: Mandy Salazar

Venue: Old Town Farm

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Engagement/ Wedding Photo Pick of the Week- Dry Heat Photography

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Photo By: Dry Heat Photography

I picked this weeks wedding photo by Dry Heat Photography because it had a couple of important things I look for in a successful photo. For one the photographer captured movement which gives the photo a very candid feel as opposed to a staged look. I love that the couple are outside with the elements using nature as their back drop. Studio pictures are always beautiful but I especially love sunset shots not only because New Mexico has beautiful sunsets, but because they create a sort of authentic and emotional ambience that I find to be quit breathtaking . I would be very proud to hang this photo in my home. Great job as always Dry Heat Photography- Keep up the great work! Stay tuned  for weekly Perfect Wedding Guide blog posts and visit our main website  for all your wedding planning needs.

Wedding Photography Secrets Exposed!

Wedding photography – five things to consider

If there’s one thing a girl planning a wedding should not be frugal about, it’s her wedding photographer. While a marital celebration is over in a few hours, images from the affair last a lifetime.

Luckily, one professional gave his two-cents on how girls can find a wedding photographer that will serve them well.

For starters, brides should make sure to look at different publications for inspiration. Women can then eventually make up a “shot list” that they hope accomplish on their big day.

Next, girls may want to consider sending their photographer their wedding day schedule. This way, their personal shutterbug will know where he needs to be at every minute of the event.

Finally, gals should attempt to shoot as many photos as possible with the bridal party and their family before they walk down the aisle. And, women who aren’t superstitious may want to solidify bride and groom photos beforehand as well.

Planning a wedding isn’t easy, but it’s worth it. Women who take the time to locate an incredible wedding photographer will be thankful in the years that follow.