Why you should have a photography session in your wedding makeup trial

Recently, we had the opportunity to work on an editorial photoshoot that focused on the importance of having a makeup trial photoshoot before your wedding day. We wanted to showcase the benefits of this practice and provide brides-to-be with valuable insights that can help them achieve their desired look on their big day.

Have a photography session in your wedding makeup trial could provide you a valuable insights. Brides-to-be can ensure that they look and feel their best on their big day. With the help of a talented makeup artist and the insights gained from a trial photoshoot, brides can achieve the look they have always dreamed of and enjoy their special day to the fullest.

Having a photoshoot at the wedding makeup trial before your big day can be incredibly beneficial for a number of reasons:

Not only does it give you a chance to see how your makeup will look in photographs, but it also allows you to make any necessary adjustments before the wedding day itself.

One of the biggest benefits of a makeup trial photoshoot is that it gives you the opportunity to see how your makeup will appear in different lighting conditions. This is particularly important if your wedding will take place outdoors or in a venue with unusual lighting. By taking photographs of your makeup in these different lighting scenarios, you can ensure that your makeup appears just as you want it to in every situation.

Another advantage of a makeup trial photoshoot is that it gives you the chance to make any changes to your makeup before the wedding day. If you’re not completely satisfied with the way your makeup looks in the photos, you can work with your makeup artist to make adjustments until you’re completely happy with the final result.

Your makeup and your wedding dress together

This is particularly important if you’re opting for a bold makeup look or have a unique dress style. It can be difficult to visualize how these elements will come together on the day, so having a photoshoot beforehand can help you make any necessary adjustments to your makeup or dress to ensure that they complement each other perfectly.

Another benefit of having a photoshoot before the wedding is that it gives you the opportunity to experiment with different poses and angles. By trying out different poses and angles, you can see how your dress and makeup look from different perspectives and ensure that your photographer captures the best possible shots on the day.

Model: Isabella Straaten
Hair: @beauty.bellagrace 
Make up: @abeautyenthusiast 
Florals: @oakraefloralco
Venue: @luxurypointstudio

Would you dare to have a photoshoot in your makeup test? Contact us and we will take some spectacular photos for you!