“Our Beach bags are made from an extremely durable 7 – 8 ounce medium weight cotton. Overall, the bag is lightweight and will fold up easily to pack inside a suitcase for that perfect beach vacation! Our picnic/beach blankets are made of a cotton jersey knit with a waterproof backing. They are soft, lightweight, easy care (washer/dryer safe) and gorgeous!”
Did you or someone you know get engaged over the Holidays? Are they planning to get married in a tropical beach wedding destination? Many of Ishkabibbles Clothing Designs are purchased by those who elope to Hawaii. After having the opportunity to view photos from their recent photo shoot, we can certainly see why so many love these beach wedding dresses.
Ishkabibbles creates beach wedding dresses which are for the girl whose dream wedding dress does not consist of sequins and lace, but reflects the casual feel of the beaches she loves. The flowers on the dresses reflect her love for the natural beauty around her. The soft drape of the fabric reminds her of the smooth ocean water flowing over her body.
Please see all the creative people involved in this Beach Wedding photo shoot at the bottom of the post.
People from around the world choose to have a Huntington Beach wedding – and for good cause. A portrait of a bride and groom making their vows with the sun setting over the water in the background, with sand on their feet and the wind blowing their hair can be a stunning hallmark of any wedding album.
A wedding at an OC beach however can have some unpredictability that can create challenges for any Orange County wedding photographer. This article looks at three ways in which a Huntington Beach wedding photographer can increase his chances of capturing that perfect shot.
First, keep your eye on the tides. OC photographers frequently make the mistake of finding the perfect place for the bride and groom. Then, to their dismay on the day of the wedding that spot is three feet under water. This scenario can be avoided by simply checking where the tides will be o the day and time of the wedding.
Second, be prepared with the right equipment. A cover for your lenses is a must. Sand can damage the best of lenses and water can ruin the internal workings of any camera. Also your subjects might want to get some sand off of their hands and feet. Talcum powder works well for this. Make sure you have some with you in your bag. There is a good possibility that someone may get wet. Bring a towel. You will be the hero of the wedding if someone does get too close to a wave.
Third, make sure you know what time the sun sets! If you are striving to get that perfect shot you need to know what the light is going to be light. Plan with the bride and groom the time when they will be taking portraits.
Beach photography is a unique and rewarding niche within the photography industry. Follow these three tips and you are more likely to get that stunning wedding portrait!
Celebrating life near the Shore — Sea Shells by the Seashore is Loving Coastal Living! If you are in search of custom designs for beach weddings and other specialized sea-inspired creations then you’ve found the right place. Whether you’re searching for a special Mermaid Hair Accessory, or an order of bulk crafting/decorating Sea Life, these fine folks are available to assist you.
This beautiful coastal store features coastal seaside artwork, driftwood art, mermaid jewelry as well as loose sea life such as sea shells, starfish, sand dollars and vintage coral pieces.