Here’s a tip for all you brides out there! A small and simple tidbit for that big rock on your left hand.
As a photographer, my eyes are drawn to the small details of the wedding day. I scan my setting with big eyes, and small eyes. Zooming out. Zooming in. That ring of yours can sometimes steal my attention, which is good for everyone!
My advice is this:
Pay attention to the placement of your ring.
So often during the day I zoom in to take that candid shot of your hand draped over his shoulders or wrapped around your flowers. So often the ring is slightly left or right, sliding this way and that, even completely upside down!
So women, just as you would play coy to the camera, or straighten up your posture when the photographer roams near you (and you know what I’m talking about), check your ring! Especially when you see the lens zoom in for that detail shot, just rub your thumb up against that beaut and fix it.
Another bit I’d like to throw out there… right before your wedding is a GREAT milestone to get that diamond cleaned and polished for the first time.
Don’t let your diamond be lost in the rough.
I know it’s just one more thing on that massive “To-Do List”, but I think it’s worth it!
Click HERE to do it yourself!
Take care of your ring – after all, diamonds are a girl’s best friend.