Commellini Estates is doing an exclusive four part series of Unveiled 2018 Wedding Trends, helping you create the wedding of your dreams. If you have missed the first two parts where we covered themes and decor you can see them, Here . Welcome to part three of the series where we will be giving you unique tips for your wedding as well as showing you how to capture the best pictures of your special day.
A drone, yes, the unmanned aerial device that is used in military operations are the new craze in wedding videography and even photography. You may think that military devices and a wedding don’t go well together, but the view from above creates the unique and impressive shots that you are looking for.
Drones work best in large outdoor areas with open space to capture those grand, sweeping views. Here at Commellini we are located on over 200 acres of open land that gives you the perfect space to capture the breathtaking wedding pictures and video that you want.
Drones are often used in the making of your wedding video capturing the venue, decorations and shots of the bride and groom in a creative jaw-dropping way.
Photographer: Eugene Michel Photography
Unique Wedding Tips
Make your departing couple toss eco friendly with rose petals, lavender, & rosemary creating a natural confetti toss.
Food is a huge part of the wedding and 2018, couples are getting more creative with their meals and making their celebration one to remember with a local, farm to fork dish.
Handcrafted party favors such as baked goods, small plants, honey, and even handcrafted beer or wine make your guests feel appreciated in a special way.
Remember not to go overboard, have trends that reflect your personality and traditional elements to keep everything grounded and timeless, find a perfect harmony between the two.
Consider creating a “Mood Board” on Pintrest for your wedding. This a new and creative way to help you put together your favorite decor details, colors, and theme ideas. For help on how to create a mood board, see below.
Party Favors from: Bridal Heather, Cincinnati Wedding Magazine, and Oregon Bride Magazine