Tips for Bride & Groom : Don’t Underestimate Jet Lag

If you are heading off to Europe or the United States for your pre-wedding photoshoot, do prepare for jet lag to set in. Full day photoshoots can be quite tiring and failure to allocate recovery time will easily take its toll resulting in lethargy, restlessness and less than ideal photo session.

It will be wiser to keep one full day free before your photoshoot and not plan for it to take place the very next day. That way, not only will you get enough rest, you will also have the opportunity to soak in the atmosphere before heading off with renewed enthusiasm.

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August 17, 2011 - 2:41 pm

Brandon - So very true … and unfortunate when the photoshoot starts feeling like a drag. Plan in details and plan good – after all, it’s an investment

July 28, 2011 - 12:04 am

Karen - This is a great tip, and one that is usually brushed off! When I tagged along for my sister’s and her fiance’s pre-wedding photoshoot in Seattle, we went to work immediately upon landing and checking into our hotel. We wanted to pack in as many shots as possible before the sun set, and did not allocate sufficient rest time. In the end, the bride and groom were so tired throughout the shoot that they did not enjoy the process as much as they should have!

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