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How to de-clutter your "getting ready" space for your wedding


Hey brides,


Let's discuss this topic for a minute


If your photographer is anything like me, then you will be receiving " getting ready" coverage in your wedding package.


What does this mean?


All this means is that your photographer will photograph you as you are "getting ready".. meaning getting photos having hair and makeup done, getting dressed, etc.


I feel these moment are just as important as any the big parts of your wedding.


So, what do I mean by De-cluttering your "Getting Ready" space?


Well, it's simple really.


You have so many things to bring to make sure you have everything you need for your wedding that it can become very chaotic in a single room.


From dresses, shoes, hair and makeup products, bridesmaids, some family and friends, makeup artists, hair stylists, photographer.. etc. There is so much happening in one room at one time and it can become overwhelming especially for your photos.


I know for me personally, editing photos with a lot of clutter in the background is not my ideal way to achieving those dreamy wedding photos that you have seen.


This is why it's important that you DE-CLUTTER YOUR "GETTING READY" SPACE of any and all objects as best as you can.


Here are 3 steps that you can do to help your photographer achieve those gorgeous wedding photos.


1. Take the space in the room into consideration. How big is the room? Do you have enough room to move around? Find the biggest room available and use it for your "getting ready" space


2. Next, find or allow your photographer to choose an area in that room that is big enough to put your dress on. (*Note: an area with natural light is the best!). Also, create enough space for your photographer to get "Full Body" Shots.


3. Next, leave that area clean from any items so it's ready for you when when it comes time to grt into your dress. If you have to use the area to store things, just make sure you assign someone to move those objects out of the way when it's time. Your bridesmaid can help with this.




By doing this, you have a clear clean space and will have enough room to move around and your photographer can get some amazing portraits out of this!


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