1. Have a pre-wedding field day so your groomsmen and bridesmaids can get acquainted with one another. 2. Add a line for a DJ song request on your RSVP cards.
3. Enlist your grandmas to be your flower girls. 4. Serve your drinks on “My Two Cents” coasters. 5. For a brunch reception, serve up a waffle bar.
6. For seriously rad photo ops, give out sparklers as favors. 7. Crown your wedding day with a fun cake topper
8. Incorporate your love story into the aisle runner.
Photojournalism vs. Traditional Photography Although many bridal magazines and blogs advocate a “photojournalistic” style, most brides wish for a mixture of candid and posed photos. The definition of a photojournalist is a photographer who documents what happens and never interferes with or poses his or her clients. However, it is the rare bride and groom who would not want at least a few posed images. The vast majority of photographers offer a mix of both photojournalistic a