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3 Engagement Photo Tips

  • 2 min read

Looking to plan the perfect engagement photoshoot? On today's blog we cover three helpful tips to prepare you for the perfect session with you and your fiancé! Let's dive in!

1. Wear a White Flowy Dress 

Pick out a white flowy dress that you feel most confident in. Our Haley Dress is perfect for twirling around and a great length for your engagement photographs. The Haley's flowy skirt and midi length will have you frolicking through your photoshoot, giving you the best romantic images! No need to worry about the length, it's not too short, and it's a great length for you to take some photographs with your fiancé sitting down! 

excited bride in the perfect white flowy engagement photo dress

2. Choose A Meaningful Location

If possible, choose a place that has meaning to you as a couple. One day you'll look back at these photographs and remember how special not only the moment was together, but also the place that they were taken at. Definitely be sure to opt for a beautiful backdrop if you are unable to pick a special or specific location that has meaning for the both of you. You want these photographs to be beautiful, so make sure your backdrop is stunning! 

excited bride in flowy white dress taking engagement photos with her fiancé

3. Take them 6-8 Months prior to your Wedding

Don't wait until the last minute to take your photos! Be sure to take them at LEAST 6-8 months before your wedding. By doing this you can make sure all of your beautiful save the date cards are made and ready to be sent out! No one wants to find out that they need to attend your wedding at the very last minute. Get your cards made on time, that way everyone is able to plan and prepare to attend your special day! 

Looking for more ways to plan the best engagement photos? Be sure to check out our Complete Engagement Photo Guide for more inside tips and real engagement photos to help you plan the perfect session!