Post # 1
hi bees, my fiancé and I are planning to have our “fall themed” engagement photo shoot this weekend & obviously it’s snowing like crazy. Any ideas how we can get our fall pictures still. I know we can’t stop the snow. But any ideas would be great! Thank you!
Post # 2
change them to winter engagement pics? I don’t really know how you could make them fall, but I think winter engagement pics are cute so I would just come to terms with it.
Post # 3
Where I am fall is visually over, if it is snowing where you are then obviously it is too. To have fall photos you probably should have planned for October, early November at the latest. There isn’t much you can do to make them look more fall when it is snowing.
Snowy winter photos look beautiful though so I think your photos will still turn out really well. Maybe you could wear a warm toned outfit to bring some fall colours into the shot?
Post # 4
Thank you that’s a great idea I mean it’s not a big deal too me to have winter photos I love Christmas so we’re not that upset, we just were hoping for fall photos because our wedding is in fall. But warm tones outfits would look great we have fall outfits picked so thank you! zzar45 :
Post # 5
October is fall photo weather. November is barren trees and mushy ground photo weather. Youre lucky you got the snow background going for you.
Post # 6
Can you do an indoor photoshoot? Find some fall stuff to decorate with. Maybe your photographer has a studio you can take them in. I’m sure they will turn out great … if you can find some fall leaves maybe your rings can be put on top of it. Sorry those are the best ideas I can come up with.
Post # 7
Find an area where there are still some fall colors visible and wear fall colors yourselves! It’ll be kind of “transitional” maybe? Maybe grab some pumpkins or corn stalks to add if you’re into that sort of harvest look? Best of luck!
Post # 8
Thank you everyone! We talked to our photographer and we don’t mind having snow. We are dressing in fall colors and our photographer is going to edit the photos in a warm “moody” tone. So it’s a warm fall vibe even though it’s winter!