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Micro Wedding Giveaway!

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We are so excited to be giving away this micro wedding and to work alongside an incredible and diverse team of vendors!

What you win:
A micro wedding with 15 guests at Naked Eye Studio in Los Angeles! Venue: Naked Eye Studio is providing the venue for up to 3 hours (based on availability).  Our private campus in Los Angeles consists of an Art Deco theater built in 1948, an attached parking lot (that can also be used as additional event space), and a courtyard garden.  The winning couple will have full reign of the entire property and use of textured spaces surrounding the campus (vintage brick walls, light pink wall, industrial & garden spaces).  The winning couple is also allowed one walk-through appointment prior to their micro wedding (based on availability).  This is meant to allow for a meet-up with vendors to confirm design ideas and layout for the event. The venue is also providing one hour of set up and one hour of tear down in addition to the 3 event hours.Rentals: Lounge Ap…

Where should we get ready on our wedding day?

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Choosing a getting ready location for your wedding day is honestly the next most important decision you make after your venue! Where you get ready is where all your detail photos are going to take place, where you will be putting on your dress (or suit), and where you might get your first portraits done as a bride or groom so it is really important to do your homework and select this location with care because it sets the tone for the rest of the day. But what are you supposed to look for when choosing a getting ready location for your wedding day? Here are some tips for finding that perfect location!




Tip #1- Where to look? Venue vs. Hotel vs. Airbnb? Many venues have gorgeous bridal suites to get ready in, but for those that have you getting ready in a dark, windowless room, there are much better options out there! Hotels can sometimes be a great alternative if you book something expensive or boutique, but even then, it's possible your photos will still look like they were shot in a…