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Wedding Photography Testimonial: Jen and Chris

Hi Everyone,

 I hope this blog sees you well.  Jen and Chris came in today to look at albums and pics and all that good stuff.  They were married last fall in Meredith, NH (Chase House www.millfalls.com).  We took some beautiful wedding photos and had a lot of fun in the process.  I am collecting and recording testimonials of couples experience with NH Images and there will be many more to come.  If you have any questions, or would like to talk with us further, please email info@nhimages.com or call 603.888.7204.  Thanks for reading and watching.

Video Testimonial For Wedding Photography

Hi Everyone,

I hope this blog sees you well.  So my couple Angie and Dave (we did their wedding photography and video @ Church Landing, Meredith, NH www.millfalls.com) came in on Friday night to look at their images for the first time.  We work hard to provide the best possible experience that any couple can have.  Now I also have to admit that Jaime does a much better job of creating and editing video than I will ever be able to do.  If you have any questions, please email or call 603.888.7204.

All my best,

Peter

Wedding Photography at The Bedford Village Inn

Hi Everyone,

I hope this blog sees you well.  I am getting caught up on all the weddings that we have been doing.  This photo slideshow is from a wedding that we did in April at the Bedford Village Inn (http://www.bedfordvillageinn.com/).  It was a bit of a rainy day, but it didn't dampen any spirits nor did it dampen the creativity.  In the spirit of having candid and creative photographs it was a great day.  Congrats to Meg and Dave...we wish you a lifetime of happiness!

 

If you love our wedding photography & video then talk to us

 

Hi Everyone,

I hope this blog sees you well.  I wanted to take a moment and touch upon a subject that has to do with us doing business with you.  I always tell people that you need to love our wedding photography and wedding videos.  This seems basic, but it's so important to have the right company and people documenting your very special day!

Which leads me to my main point...if you love us then lets figure out how to work together!  We have set packages that contain various hours and products, but if you are on a specific budget or are looking for something customized then simply talk to us...don't walk away assuming that we won't be able to meet your budget or provide specific products.  We will always be upfront and let you know if can work within your parameters...most times we can, but sometimes we can't.  But we both won't know unless you ask...If we click when we meet then let's keep the lines of communication open.

We have been very fortunate to be in demand, but we never want to lose sight of trying to help as many couples that we can.  We love doing weddings and we want to be as accessible as we can for you!  Give us a call if we can ever be of any help.  Thanks for reading and listening.

All my best,
Peter

Wedding Day Makeup Tips

Some helpful tips for our brides-to-be!!

Your wedding photos and video will last a lifetime. Therefore, it's important to look picture perfect on your wedding day.

A big part of your wedding day look is your makeup. By following these makeup tips, you will look beautiful throughout your wedding ceremony and reception from the morning until well into the night.

Mirror Makeup ShotUse a Pro - If it's financially conceivable, use a professional makeup artist. Choose a makeup pro that specializes in bridal makeup. Set up a consultation well in advance of your wedding and bring photos or magazines to show the makeup artist what looks interest you. It's a good idea to wear your hair to the consultation as you'll be wearing it on your wedding day. Bring swatches of fabric from your wedding gown to help match your makeup colors perfectly.

Keep It Simple - For wedding day makeup, simplicity is the key. Don't wear heavy eyeliner, which tends to make your eyes look smaller in pictures. Avoid shimmer shadows, as they show up too light in photos. If you choose to wear false eyelashes, use half strips rather than full lashes, which will look overdone. If your wedding is in the evening, consider a slightly smoky eye, which looks beautiful and a bit dramatic. Wear true red lipsticks or those with blue undertones. Brick red, orange-red or brown-red lipsticks tend to make your teeth look yellow in photographs.

Don't Forget - Wear waterproof mascara - everyone cries at weddings. Have an emergency makeup kit containing mini versions of your wedding day makeup products, in case you need to touch-up your makeup right before the ceremony or at the reception. Get a facial at least two weeks before your wedding day. The redness and irritation caused by some facial treatments will have plenty of time to subside. Avoid the sun in the weeks leading up to your wedding date as you don't want a sunburn or dry skin on your wedding day. If you need a little color, you can use bronzing powder or slightly darker foundation.

Reference: trulyweddingblog

All my best,
Jaime

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