Post # 1
I’m going to be taking my engagement photos this Saturday and I’m in a pickle. What does one wear for winter engagement pix? I’m located in NYC and we’re doing the shots at Central Park, so we can go casual or dressy. Its just SO cold.
Can you look chic without sacrificing warmth? I don’t want to be shivering during a 2 hour shoot. Anyone have any cute clothes suggestions?
Post # 3
I vote you bundle up! Nice jacket, nice scarf, you know. WARM. I know I would have a hard time gazing lovingly at my FH and looking like I was havign fun if I were freezing my butt off!
Post # 4
I vote you bundle up! Nice jacket, nice scarf, you know. WARM. I know I would have a hard time gazing lovingly at my FH and looking like I was having fun if I were freezing my butt off!
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
i’ve always loved this winter in nyc engagement shoot!
If we were taking engagement pics in the winter, I’d definitely want to go ice skating!
Post # 6
- Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception
Oh! Ok- I love winter photos (hence our winter wedding!). I would wear a sweater with a cute jacket over it- maybe like one of these?
There are some cute jackets that don’t cost a fortune!
Good luck and stay warm!
Post # 7
how about a killer pair of boots, a sweater, pea coat, and a cute scarf. maybe you and your guy can get some cute little winter hats to wear in some of the pictures.
two ca-ute winter photo shoots:
Not Wedding Related
Post # 8
You guys are so awesome! Thanks so much. If any of you have more suggestions keep ’em coming please!
Post # 9
Sounds exactly like the engagement shoot we did last year! We went with a brown and ivory theme. Husband wore brown coat, brown/orange scarf, khaki pants. I wore ivory sweater style knee high boots, brown knit tights, ivory sweater dress, brown belt and scarf, and a brown coat. We alternated between shots with coats on and off so we got a variety without freezing. Honestly though, I was so excited about the shoot that my adrenaline was pumping and I was HOT for the first hour (we shot for 2 hours). The photos came out amazing, with the brown trees and the white snow it looked like we were meant to be there. Very subtle and serene.
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
any chance you could get into some big business buildings for some indoor architectual shots?
Post # 11
I don’t know if I can, especially since it’s a Saturday and we’re only down to two hours. It’d be hard to hike it over to the MET or MoMa quickly enough after Central Park.
Post # 12