Your Quick Guide to a Flawless Korean Pre-Wedding Photoshoot
You’ve just gotten engaged! And you’ve set your sights on Korea for a classic, Korean-style pre-wedding shoot to set the tone of the whole wedding. There’s no time to waste: here’s some advice to help you manage time-sensitive items on your to-do list and ensure you have a smooth and enjoyable time throughout your pre-wedding photoshoot.
If you’ve always envisioned your pre-wedding photographs in the diverse and beautiful grounds of Seoul, there’s nothing stopping you: many wedding photography studios in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan now offer Korean pre-wedding photoshoot packages of various locations in South Korea, the arrangements for which can be done entirely from home. Talk to your selected wedding photography studio and ask if they have such packages.
Dates and Times
It’s always a good idea to schedule your pre-wedding photoshoot early, even if it is several months before your wedding date.
Studio Wonkyu Malaysia recommends booking a Korea pre-wedding photoshoot package at least 8 months before your wedding date to allow time for touch-up and delivery of photos, frames, and other items. Keep in mind that slots may be already full 2 to 3 months before spring and autumn seasons which work best for classic outdoor Korean pre-wedding photoshoot backgrounds.
Must-haves for your Korean Pre-wedding photography package
Firstly, most pre-wedding photography studios offering this kind of package will most definitely offer the services of a translator who will be with you on set.
Want a professional photographer or videographer to cover behind-the-scenes footage for a wedding video later on? Your photographer will most probably offer these services for an additional fee.
For make-up or wardrobe options for additional people, e.g. friends or family, check with your wedding photography consultant on the extra costs of doing so.
Remember, if you have a few casual or special outfits of your own that you would like to include in your Korea-themed wedding photoshoot, check with your studio agent for a package that lets you do this.
Lastly, do a little research about the locations that you’ll be visiting, and try to plan your schedule carefully so you can squeeze in some exploring in-between or after photoshoot days. The most important thing is for you to enjoy yourself before and throughout your Korean pre-wedding shoot and avoid any bad mishaps via careful planning and foresight.
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