Details at Your Wedding | Denver Wedding Photographer
Everyone says, its all in the details. Colorado wedding couples are often overwhelmed with planning the larger things venues, wedding planners, caterers, etc. that they can sometimes overlook simple little details that will personalize your wedding day have your guests complimenting you for years to come.
From bridal shower ideas to wedding invitations to wedding cakes to wedding decorations and favors, there are lots of ways to make your wedding memorable for you and your guests.
Details are also the personal touch to a wedding dress or grooms formal. Every detail from personal family heirloom like jewelry to cufflinks or a watch for the groom add to the style of the day.
Wedding details are an important part of both a ceremony and reception. You can come up with a way to make everything unique and memorable without spending a fortune. Details can include everything from your choice of flowers, centerpieces, the color of your cake or the style of your guestbook.
Create your personal touch at your wedding venue. Creating a personal guest table setting and table card. Some couples choose a theme like Colorado mountains or types of wine. I once saw guest table cards with individual pictures of every guest.
The mood of a reception, party, or gathering is determined by the theme of decorations. The initial reaction to the array of decorations sets the mood. Professional decorators and supply houses should be willing to listen to what you have in mind, give suggestions, and even demonstrate your theme for you. You can many fine items to add personal style to your wedding. You can also create your own detail items with style and originality. This will take some though and time but may just end up being the showpieces of the day.
As a Denver wedding photographer, I am keenly aware of all the personal details throughout the wedding day. From the bride getting ready, the ceremony and reception, capturing the finest details are an important part of the overall photo storytelling of the wedding day.