Orange: The Fall “IN” Color

Choosing wedding colors can be a difficult decision unless you are getting married in the Fall. As the weather and leaves change, there is no better color than ORANGE to incorporate in your Fall Wedding. Here are a few color schemes we like: 

ORANGE & BROWN COLOR SCHEME

ORANGE & ELECTRIC BLUE

ORANGE & PURPLE COLOR SCHEME

WHICH COLOR SCHEME IS YOUR FAVORITE?

Photo Credits:

Orange & Brown Collage:

Invitation: http://lavitabellaeventsandweddings.wordpress.com/tag/brown-wedding/

Reception: http://www.projectwedding.com/photo/browse?photo_to_show=1726841&tag=bronze

Candy Buffet:  http://www.mclellanblog.com/weddings/urban-wedding-flair-part-deux/

Orange & Electric Blue:
Orange and Purple:

Steven B Photography’s Q & A Interview!

Steven B Photography

Serving the New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Brief description of business:

Steven B Photography offers a wide variety of Professional Photography, Video Services for Weddings, Special Events & Business services. Providing services to New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Destination photography in the entire East Coast.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and when you first became interested in photography:

I was raised in the Bronx, NY. I’ve been taking pictures for about 11 years. Photography was always important to me, because it’s the only way to capture a special moment in time. People always complimented my pictures, but I didn’t notice that it was a gift until I took classes, and the instructor discussed one of the most important parts of taking a picture. And that was the “Rule of Thirds”. I was using this rule in my pictures before I took pictures professional.

What was your #1 favorite photography moments from this past year?  

I did a photo shoot with a few people. All of the people were used to posing except for one of the females. This seemed like it would be a challenge. But I brought the best out of her, because her poses was better than everyone else’s. It was her 1st time modeling.


Black & white Vs. Color photography – your thoughts:

I like both. To me every picture is different. When I’m doing a wedding or photo shoot, I know what color I’m going to use on the picture in before I start working on them because of the type of shot. Black looks good when you bring out the story in it. Color is good for showing the vividness of the photo. Not every picture looks good in black & white, same with color.

Whose wedding (dead or alive) would you have liked the opportunity to photograph and why? 

It would have to be my mother’s wedding. I was too young to shoot. My mom is from the West Indies, and the water is so clear you can see the fish swimming pass your feet. The colors are so vivid in the West Indies. I would have loved to bring all of it out in her wedding to make it extra special.

See more of Steven B Photography:

Save the Date!

Do I really need to send out Save the Date Cards?

What is the purpose of sending out Save the Date Cards?

If you will have guest traveling long distance or are you having a destination wedding then YES you should send out save the date cards. Even if those do not apply save the date cards are simply a way to announce to family and friends your wedding date and to ask them to respectfully reserve the date for your union. Typically save the date cards are mailed out at least 4 to 6 months before the wedding and maximum 12 to 15 months. Giving all guest ample time to make arrangements.

Save the Date Cards are not meant to be formal.Most brides prefer the Save the Date Magnets because your guests can put it on their refrigerator and it serves as a constant reminder. And the best part  about picture personalized save the date magnets you do not have to throw them away.