In our regular Hot Topic feature our experts offer stellar advice on creating the ultimate romantic wedding day. This time, Sussex wedding photographer Tania Jonas explains how to get the best wedding-day shots whatever the weather.
March is significant to us and we’d like to choose this month to say our vows, but last year in particular the weather was awful. How would be get around that?
Don’t let the weather ruin your day! We photographed two weddings in 2019, with gale force winds, but neither let the extreme conditions affect the joy and fun of their days one iota. One of our brides lost her veil completely – the wind just took it and it flew into the grounds.
If you’re brave enough to face the elements, some fun shots can be had. You’ll always remember exactly how your day was. If the venue has a gazebo, you’re sorted. Good cover for the bride and groom is all that’s needed, and some wonderful photography can be captured making the use of flashlights. Alternatively, you can always stay in and use natural light coming through the windows for photographs.
Above all, embrace whatever comes your way!
Tania Jonas | www.steveandtaniaphotography.uk
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