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Ten Tips for Amazing Engagement Outfits | Tasha Puckey Photography
You’re engaged, congratulations!!! I can only image that your partner asked to marry you in the most unique way ever or maybe in the most subtle way, whichever the case…YAY!
You will find that I write blog posts to keep brides and future brides updated on new and current information. I love providing new tips, tricks and ideas. It helps ease the engagement session woahs and feeling overwhelmed on the wedding day.
So for all of you who are considering becoming a Puckey Bride, here are a few tips and tricks to help you get ready for your engagement session.
Puckey couples should always come prepared with two or more outfits. One outfit should be classy and the other should be casual , more relaxed. The more outfits you bring the less images but you will end up with more variety in your gallery.
When you are color coordinating with your fiance, it would be best not to wear the same color shirt. Maybe a lighter shade but not the same color.
If you’re wearing plaid or other patterns, the bigger the better. Larger plaid photographs better than tiny little-checkered patterns. It would be better to have a solid dress shirt than a shirt with teeny tiny patterns. The camera can’t pick those tiny patterns up from far away and that can sometimes result in Chromatic Aberration.
Accessorize! Scarves, necklaces, belts. They can add so much to an outfit, and it gives you something to hold onto if you don’t have long hair!
Don’t be afraid to be yourself and wear something that is unique to you! It’s great to wear a dress with a cardigan…. that’s probably what I would wear!… but if you have a unique style, be sure to show it off! Some of my favorite engagement shoots have incorporated my couple’s unique style!
Make sure you are equal when it comes to how formal your attire is. If the bride is wearing a little black dress…. the groom shouldn’t be in shorts and sandals
Don’t over think it! Some of my favorite outfits have been a groom in jean and a t-shirt and a bride in her summer dress.
Some couples plan their attire to coordinate with their wedding day so that their Save The Dates match the wedding theme and decor!
If one of you is wearing something with a lot of color and pattern, sometimes it’s best to have the other person wear a neutral to tone it down a bit
Wear attire that is flattering to your figure and your skin tone.