January 24, 2020

The floral arrangements are an aspect of the wedding that I think require far more extensive research and effort than what they are initially approached with. Much like most details of the wedding, the flowers provide a personal, in-depth look into the personality and preferences of the newlyweds. Each flower has a different meaning, while […]

2020 Wedding Bouquet Trends

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January 20, 2020

We’re entering a new decade, and with that, new trends emerge and unfold before us in a flurry of anticipation to decide which fads will take the forefront and take reign of the new year. The same experience occurs for weddings as well. Obviously, there is always the traditional themes to have timeless and classic […]

2020 Wedding Theme Trends

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January 17, 2020

What a bride would consider one of the most important aspects of her big day: the wedding gown… and I won’t argue with that assertion. There is no other moment that will compare to the elated and invincible emotions you feel when walking down the aisle with all eyes on you. The wedding gown is […]

2020 Wedding Dress Trends

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January 13, 2020

The Pantone Color Institute has dubbed 2020 as the year of: Classic Blue.  This decision was hardly made overnight, though. Throughout the year the institute discusses colors that could possibly define the forthcoming year. PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue was chosen specifically for the impending new decade due to its reliable familiarity. With 2020 coming full […]

2020 Pantone Color of the Year

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September 13, 2019

Choosing a venue should be at the forefront of your mind when you are newly engaged. Venues are booked out multiple months, if not a year, in advance, and they go fast. A venue is the perfect way to show off you and your s/o’s personality and lifestyle; that’s why it’s so important to take […]

Choosing the Perfect Venue | Arden Photography

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September 6, 2019

What many may not know about the scope of wedding planning is that the precious moments following your big day are just as, if not more, important than the ceremony itself. All the excitement and nerves that went into planning finally comes to a halt after the reception, and then you’re left with a lot […]

Advice: After the Wedding | Arden Photography

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August 30, 2019

Public speaking: an activity that holds a vicious grip on many people’s number one top fears. Yet, what do you do when your dear family member or friend asks you to take part in the special tradition of presenting a wedding toast on their big day? You say, “YES, of course,” because they love and […]

How to Give a Proper Toast at a Wedding | Arden Photography

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August 28, 2019

Much to many people’s surprise, a wedding isn’t only about the bride. The groom should be just as mentally, physically, and emotionally prepared as his beloved. By you taking the time to put in the effort to prep yourself for your big day, not only will the festivities flow smoother, but it will also take […]

Looking & Feeling Good on Your Wedding Day: Men’s Edition

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August 23, 2019

Probably coming in second of importance after saying, “I do,” wedding vows should be made a priority to create the perfect beginning of a life together with your partner. They should be personal, yet easily understood. Sophisticated, yet light-hearted. Realistic, yet present the dream you’re willing to offer to your love. Wedding vows should be […]

How To: Wedding Vows | Arden Photography

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August 21, 2019

Pay attention Listen: The less times something has to be repeated the more laidback the experience is. Body language: If someone, or, more importantly, the bride looks uncomfortable automatically see what can be done to take away any negative feelings. Offer help if someone appears they are struggling. Be a team player Not everyone in […]

Five Ways to be a Good Bridesmaid | Arden Photography

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