Our featured Wedding Invitation from April: Aubrianna & Judd
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We had the opportunity to work with Shantae and Arnaldo designing their wedding invitations and thank you postcards, we love how they turned out! Here is what Shantae had to say:

"Before our wedding we ordered our wedding invitations through Dittobug. We had such a great experience we also ordered our wedding thank you cards through them after the wedding. They are quick at responding to the initial order placement and gave me a variety of options...all of which looked amazing! They are able to customize the invitations to exactly what you want.  Dittobug Wedding Invitations was amazing to work with, and I would highly recommend them!"

"Our wedding day was the best day of our lives.  Everything went flawlessly, and it was amazing to have all of our friends and family join us for our special day."
 
 
Our featured Wedding Invitation from March: Sierra & Pierce
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Last month we posted some tips that we found regarding your engagement shoot. This month we wanted to share some more tips regarding what to wear for your engagement shoot. We found some great tips given by Shannon Collins Photography. Check them out!
1. Be Yourself: My favorite photos are the ones where the couple looks and feels like themselves. Wearing an outfit you're comfortable in will only accentuate your style and personality.

2. Compliment Each Other: Coordinating your outfits a little bit is fine, but don't wear matching outfits. If you don't dress like each other every day of the week, then I don't recommend dressing the same for your engagement shoot. 

3. Show your True Colors: Black might be slimming, but I generally advise couples not to wear it since it leads to every speck of dust and hair being easily caught on camera. Wearing white should be saved for your wedding day, so go with bright hues that will pop from the background. 

4. Comfort is Key: If you have to jump up and down in your jeans to get them to fit, you might want to opt for something you'll feel more free to move in. Want to wear heels for your beach photo shoot? Swap them out for flips flops, which will help you look more natural and relaxed.

5. Dress on the Same Scale: On the day of your photo shoot, you should both look like you're headed to the same place. Wear clothes that are on the same level of dressiness or casualness.

6. Play off the Location: Think of your surroundings when picking out colors for your outfit. If your photos are in a park, a green dress might camouflage you with the grass and trees. A complimentary color, like a red dress, would pop against the green if you want to stand out.

7. Switch Things Up: If you can’t decide between casual and formal, go for both. Bringing more than one outfit never hurts, as long as you don’t have to haul a bag of clothes around everywhere you go. If you are unsure of what to wear, bring a couple of options to your shoot and ask your photographer which one they think will work best with the setting.

8. Consider the Season: This may seem simple enough, but be sure to check the weather the morning of your shoot. Shorts and flip flops probably aren’t the best on a cold day, and wearing Uggs in the summer might not be the most comfortable option. 

9. Don't Fear Prints: So many couples avoid prints because they don’t want to overdo it, but I welcome a good print. To balance the print, I recommend having your partner wear a solid color to even things out a bit. Patterns and prints will show off your figure, while hiding any parts you might not want to accentuate.

10. Layer it Up: Clothes often photograph better when they are layered, so consider adding a cardigan, blazer, or jacket to finish your look. 

Read more about the tips here.
 
 
Our featured Wedding Invitation from March: Chris & Mikele
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It was great to work with Nika and Taylor on their wedding invitations. Although it may have been cold, their photos in the snow are gorgeous! Check out what Nika had to say about their special day:

"We loved working with Dittobug for our wedding invitations. They were super helpful in creating exactly what we wanted. They were just as helpful when it came to our rushed order."

"Our wedding day was freezing. It turned out perfect, with the help of Dittobug we were surrounded by so many family friends who we love."

 
 
Our featured wedding invitation from February: Erin & Karson
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The first thing people get to see when it comes to your wedding is your Wedding Invitations! So why not make sure you are looking extra fly in your photos. We found some great tips given by Katherine of Katherine Ashdown Photography regarding your engagement photo shoot. Take a look!

1. Location: Think about your location, it is lovely to go somewhere that is meaningful to you as a couple but also has a variety of backdrops to  make things more exciting and give you real variety in the images.

2. Activities: Activities are fabulous in engagement shoots, they give you something fun and natural to do while making the shoot individual and interesting.

3. Hobbies: Incorporating hobbies or your beloved pets is another way to make your shoot personal to you as a couple.

4. Hair & Make Up: Make sure you're looking and feeling your best before the shoot. You could even arrange to have a hair and/or make up trial on the morning of your shoot.

5. Clothing: Wear complimentary colors, weather appropriate outfits with no large logos and nothing too trendy that will quickly date your photos.

6. Props: Bring along a few props that go with your shoot location and the feel of your shoot or are meaningful to you.

Read more about the tips here
 
 
Our featured wedding invitation from February: Elisabeth & Adam
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Working with Brianna and Michael on their wedding invitations was a lot of fun. Here is what Brianna had to say about her experience:

"Dittobug Wedding Invitations is perfect! We are so happy that we ordered our wedding announcements through them. The announcements were beautiful, and everyone from the Dittobug Team is beyond friendly."

"Our wedding was absolutely beautiful! It’s everything we have ever dreamed of, plus more. It was the most perfect day and it was so great to be surrounded by the ones we love."
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