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|We're getting married next year and want the perfect confetti shot! What advice can you share?
|Anne-Marie Larbie says: For a stunning confetti shot, always opt for biodegradable confetti such as natural petals or paper confetti. Both are great options for your special day. However, paper is best for photos as it falls slowly, allowing maximum time to capture gorgeous shots.
Decide in advance when and where to take your confetti photos. For example, you might like to have confetti thrown as you exit the ceremony, save it until later on the dancefloor, or both! Either way, let your photographer know so they can coordinate your guests and be in the best position to capture the magic.
Once your big day arrives, it's a great idea to set up a confetti station or place confetti-filled envelopes on guests' seats to encourage everyone to get involved. A handy tip is to remind guests to throw up high and overhead as you walk by so the confetti gently cascades down around them.
Above all else, remember to smile, have fun and soak up your special moment. That way, you'll have the most awesome confetti photos to cherish for life!
Anne-Marie Larbie, Proper Confetti