A styled photoshoot is also a good way to show all of your potential as a wedding planner. “When planning an actual wedding, it is not always possible to express our own’s creativity at 100%. The shooting helps the wedding planners to show their very personal touch, their own mood, their humanity, and sensitiveness. A sort of unrevealing their true professionalism to clients for what they are actually capable of and only for what they are asked to do. This is a very important aspect”, says the wedding planner Serena Ranieri.
For the wedding planner Hayxanair Hernández, it is a good opportunity create a scene and take the necessary time to capture every detail. “With a real wedding, the time flies by so fast and we don’t get the chance to get all the shots we would like to feature before the event is over. I always find myself wishing I had taken pictures of certain details at the end of the day. The styled photoshoot provides you the opportunity to project the style and brand you want to capture to attract your ideal client’s attention. That client will have the opportunity to see the different styles you are capable of creating with your team”, claims Hayxanair Hernández.
Wedding planner: Hayxanair Hernández | Photos: Andel Cruz Photography | Venue: El Convento | Decor: KL Set Events | Cake: Gabriel Diaz Cake Designer
Hayxanair Hernández had the opportunity to work on two styled photo shoots and she considered both as an amazing experience. “With Naya’s Idea Event Coordinator, we created a wedding style shoot where we worked with a couple and created a reception and took several personal portraits. It was a total success! I also had the opportunity to be part of a Moroccan styled shoot for the Rising Tide Society – Puerto Rico Chapter. A big group got together to work and collaborate on this fantastic shoot which included several planners, floral designers, and photographers as well as other vendors. It was an amazing experience!”, she states.
Tips to create a styled photo shoot
See some essential tips to create a styled photoshoot:
- Pick a theme
According to Hayxanair Hernández, picking a theme is the first thing to do. “It will guide and define what you would like the project to stay on target so we can have a great result”, she states.
Photoshoot planned by Tuesday Together- Rising Tide Society, with the participation of the wedding planner Hayxanair Hernández | Photo: Noel Del Pilar (Photoshoot for the Rising Tide Society – Puerto Rico Chapter)
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