Move Over Hashtags—Get Your Own Wedding Snapchat Geofilters

snaptchat filterfrom Elizabeth

Hashtags have been extremely popular over the last couple years, but now you can step up your social media game for the big day even more! Last year, Snapchat launched customized geofilters, and they are starting to get noticed by the wedding industry.

Snapchat describes its geofilters as “special overlays that communicate the ‘where and when’ of a Snap in a fun way, whether you’re sending it to a friend or adding it to your Story.”

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Instagram Takeover!

photo credit: melissa arlena photography

photo credit: melissa arlena photography

Local photographer Melissa Arlena, one of our preferred vendors, is taking over Stevenson Ridge’s Instagram account starting on Monday, February 20th for entire week. See her amazing photographs and get some advice about your wedding day from a professional photographer.

Melissa has been shooting weddings at Stevenson Ridge since 2012, so she’s very familiar with the venue. We’ve noticed that couples really enjoy working with her, which puts them more at ease on a …

 

 

 

 

Meet Castle

from Elizabeth

At Stevenson Ridge, we’ve been waiting for that tall, dark stallion to walk the grounds. No, I don’t mean a man but a horse!

Since we’ve been open, we’ve had multiple brides ask about bringing their horse onsite, but when it came to the wedding day, a horse wasn’t on the invite list. Finally, one of our May brides, Ashley, was able to bring her horse to Stevenson Ridge and take some amazing pictures with her. However, it …

 

Tips on Late-Fall Wedding Photography

Photo courtesy zadesignz.com

Photo courtesy zadesignz.com

from Bettina

You’ve planned the perfect late fall wedding, so what does Daylight Savings Time ending have to do with your wedding? Quite a lot, actually!

At a recent wedding, I was chatting with one of the photographers about the time change and how couples often forget to consider the impact of Daylight Savings Time as they plan their big day. Here are some facts and difficulties that they shared with me:

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Family photos finished in a flash

Photos in a Flashfrom Erin

All weddings consist of multiple family photos and can generally take up the full cocktail hour. If you are interested in speeding up the process, check out photographer Katelyn James’s way to help solve this issue.

Prior to the big day, she asks her brides and grooms to make three copies of a list of family members they would like in their family photos. One copy goes to a relative on the bride’s side; one copy goes …