Look down your list of potential wedding vendors, and think about which one will have the most lasting effect on your wedding day memories. Without question, it’s your photographer, who will be there for every heartfelt moment – unobtrusively, of course! Capturing romantic glances, happy tears and every elegant detail, no matter how small, is his or her one and only goal.
While Aesthetic Images Photography is a large studio boasting a wide array of clients, they are especially pleased to be able to provide a team that focuses on “all things wedding” and is personally dedicated to capturing all those moments you simply can’t get back.
“Our team consists of creative photographers who are skilled in their craft, a post-production team that’s sensitive and discerning and an album design specialist whose goal is to enhance your wedding memories,” said Owner Natalie Hyde. Their meticulous attention to detail when assembling that album of memories is one element that sets this Triad studio apart.
“We are extremely proud of our albums and that entire process,” said Natalie. “We like to show them off when we can.”
With their online and social media presence, newly engaged couples are aware of the types of packages Aesthetic Images offers, but at the first consultation, Natalie says they really like to break down every detail that is included in each package to find the right fit for the wedding day.
Not only talented artistically, this well-traveled team is also incredibly organized and strategic when it comes to planning the “who, what and when” of your photo coverage. Every detail is hammered out with a thoughtful collaboration among team members assigned to your celebration – two to three photographers based on the venue and scope of your ceremony and reception – and their years of experience in every imaginable scenario guide them in making sure everything happens flawlessly.
As every successful wedding vendor will tell you, positive client recommendations are the basis for the growth of their business, and Aesthetic Images is no exception. They see their role as more than simply wedding day photographers – they want to remain your family photographer for years to come – capturing your engagement to wedding to baby’s first birthday, first communion, holiday photos and family celebrations through the years.
As Natalie explains, they are not merely a “shoot and burn” type of studio. They invest themselves in your event from the very start and offer wonderful expert advice – when walking back down the aisle, walk slowly and smile. Your photographer knows they only have one chance to get this one right and being intentional in the moment gives them a longer – and lovelier – opportunity to capture the moment. Also, when sitting for your wedding portrait, don’t invite an entourage. Distractions can hamper the process, so relax and think happy thoughts, letting the love shine through your face!
The AIP team is always up for an adventure, even a destination celebration! Get to know their wedding style and professional services by calling them at 336.275.9797, visiting them online at aestheticimages.net and following them on Facebook and Instagram. Aesthetic Images Photography is located at 1856 Pembroke Road in Greensboro.
(Note from Martie: The bulleted list can be in a box maybe?)
Top Five Photos Not to Miss
- Make sure your photographer captures the last look between the bride and her father as they enter the ceremony. It’s an emotional – and important – father/daughter moment.
- As guests are exiting the ceremony, the newlyweds stealing away outside or to a secluded room to share their first moments as a wedded couple. (This is our version of the “first look!”)
- Dramatic, one-of-a-kind shots during the reception: the bride and groom in front of an amazing sunset, the sun through stained glass windows of the chapel, a sparkling chandelier, a mother and son embrace.
- A piece of heirloom jewelry or a grandmother’s veil – small details that become the most sentimental memories of all.
- The arrival of a surprise gift from the bride to the groom – and vice versa – or the reading of a romantic love letter before the ceremony.