Photo by  Artlook Recently this beautiful couple  celebrated the traditional wedding ceremony . Those invited to...

African traditional wedding in New York



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Recently this beautiful couple  celebrated the traditional wedding ceremony.

Those invited to witness the event came from different parts of USA and beyond. It was a thrilling occasion as the members of both families expressed their joy and glory in the traditional way during the event.

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

The White wedding pictures captured by ArtLook photography came out absolutely stunning

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

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AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

With 150 guests attending this traditional wedding was truly the talk of the town for its unique modern Afro-chic twist – and a bride who stole the show in her golden color African couture gowns ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‘.

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

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African traditional wedding in New York

It was great and a day of joy and happiness with incendiary dances ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING IN NEW YORK

If you still haven’t chosen a photographer for your event we can help you to make this decision. Don’t hesitate and book Artlook. We will create the most suitable packages for you. Our team consists of the most professional photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas. Moreover, Artlook is really budget wedding photography.



Even if you’re the coolest, calmest and most-collected couple around, weddings can be majorly nerve-wracking. There’s nothing like an ...

How To Deal With Stress Before Wedding

Even if you’re the coolest, calmest and most-collected couple around, weddings can be majorly nerve-wracking.

There’s nothing like an expensive party with everyone you know in one room, where you have to stand up in front of them all and be majorly gushy to your other half – and perform a dance! – to give you a serious case of butterflies. Fear not — take a breath, relax, and consider giving these tips a whirl to wakeup on your wedding day relaxed, refreshed, and ready to become a Mrs.

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1. Consider the Location

A venue that you feel instantly emotionally connected to is the ideal surround to make you feel calm, excited and content. It’s important to feel your venue reflects you both as a couple – allowing you to enjoy the space and feel comfortable in it.
Consider a venue where you can stay the night before and marry on site so the morning of your wedding day you are in place and can enjoy every moment without the worry of having to make a big journey to your ceremony. The more traveling you add to your day, the more panicked about arriving on time things can become, with unforeseen traffic jams never a friend of any bride.

2. Replace Coffee with Green Tea

Though one cup a day of each is fine, overdoing coffee and black tea can contribute to energy fluctuations, anxiety and a wired, jittery feeling – hardly ideal when you’re already apprehensive.
Instead, tuck into good quality green, white tea or jasmine when you need an energy boost during the day.
They all contain a small caffeine hit to sharpen the senses, alongside a burst of antioxidants and brain-boosting compounds such as EGCG, which are known for their health-giving properties.
Theanine is also found in green tea (and sometimes given in supplement form to those who suffer from anxiety attacks) has been shown to improve alertness but without the wired-ness, whilst helping to reduce anxiety and tension. Don’t have it after 4pm.

3. Plan your time

There are only so many hours in a day, but it's easy to forget that while in the final throws of wedding planning. If you haven't already, invest in a pretty paper planner, notebook, or utilize your iCal instead of just adding tasks to your never-ending to-do list. By actually making "appointments" for tasks, they suddenly don't seem so daunting, and by scheduling your time for specific tasks you feel more accomplished, organized, and ready to handle whatever your wedding week throws your way. Try your best to stick to that plan. Putting off 'til tomorrow anything that can be planned for your wedding today will cause you to feel all stressed out during the weeks leading up to your wedding.

4. Get More Sleep

A lack of sleep is a significant cause of stress. While it's tempting to burn the midnight oil in the days and nights leading up to the wedding — don't! Do all you can to stick to your sleep routines, as lack of sleep can affect memory, health, and mood (and of course the dreaded dark circles and puffiness that NO bride wants). Be certain to get your 6-8 hours each night, and you'll awake refreshed and focus to tackle each day's wedding chores.

5. Take lots of days off (and don't feel guilty about it)

It's hard to avoid letting your wedding take over your whole life, especially on the extra-stressful final stretch. But your hobbies, friends, and interests are what keeps the anxiety wolf from the door, so letting those slide is a bad idea.
It's hard to find the time, but by delegating tasks and decisions, giving yourself a long enough engagement and cutting down on some of the unnecessary detail you may well find you still have time to be a person too.
Don't ditch your hobbies to claw back some additional planning time. You won't feel like yourself without doing the things you like. Without giving yourself a break it will be hard for you to be a happy and breezy bride. Whatever your favorite activity is – yoga, meditation, shots, or arguing with strangers on the internet – don't take the risk of dropping it.

One thing you definitely don't have to worry about is your wedding photography. Our team consists of only professional photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas and will do their best to help you memorize your Big Day forever. Also, we understand how expensive the wedding can be, that's why our services are really affordable. We will create the most suitable photography packages for you for the best prices. We provide not only wedding but also maternity, sweet 16, baby shower, family and baby photo shoots. So if you want unique, artistic, modern, creative, candid and budget photography then contact us!

Our full day wedding photography package includes photographing your preparations on your wedding day. This means we'll be there to ca...

6 top tips for better ‘getting ready’ wedding photos

Our full day wedding photography package includes photographing your preparations on your wedding day. This means we'll be there to capture the affectionately known ‘getting ready’ bits before the ceremony. For example, we'll be able to document a bride having her hair and makeup done before she gets into her dress, and the candid ‘behind the scenes’ moments that your other half won’t get to see. It might be the girls in matching wedding day pyjamas, busting open the prosecco, or capturing the groom and gents working out exactly how their cufflinks work. Not only do these shots give you a brilliant reminder of all the fun, nervousness and adrenaline of getting ready before saying “I Do”, but they are also a great keepsake particularly as your partner won’t have seen them first hand!
Here are our 7 top tips on how you can get the best out of your surroundings to ensure better ‘getting ready’ photographs of your big day.

1. Lots of lovely natural light

Chances are, you’ll either be getting ready in a suite at your venue, or at home. Sometimes you may be at a hotel or the place you’ll be staying after the wedding. In any case, to ensure really lovely, artistic photographs and great bridal portraits pick a room or space to get ready in which has plenty of natural light. Having natural light through the windows improves photographs immeasurably. I know this isn’t always possible, but where you can, avoid ceiling lights and lamps, open the curtains, and position yourself near a window for your hair and makeup. Most make up artists will ask you to do this anyway. Natural light is our friend, and it’ll enhance your photos.


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2. Music to get ready by

You may not be aware, but having music on whilst getting ready increases awesomeness by 120%. So ladies, bring your iPod speakers, or crank the radio up, and get some music on in the background for some ambiance, as a fun atmosphere will calm everyone’s nerves. Coupled with a glass or two of fizz, it’s actually one of the best bits of the day! But something important to note: if you are having a videographer, discuss with them ahead of the wedding day whether they are fussed about music in the background. Some videographers frequently use separate audio edited over the top of getting ready footage, and this isn’t possible for them to do if there’s music in the background. So check with your videographer first, but if there’s no problem, crank up the tunes!

3. Eat something!

So this doesn’t relate to the photos, but as someone who has got married themselves, even if you feel too nervous to eat, have something anyway. Once the nerves and adrenaline fall away after the ceremony, you will be STARVING! So eat some toast or a croissant at the very least, even if it’s to soak up your champagne whilst you’re having your hair done, so you don’t get hangry.

4. Evacuate anyone who doesn’t need to be there

Harsh but fair. If there’s zillions of people milling around your getting ready space, your photos are going to look really busy and cluttered. I’m not suggesting you banish everyone to the utility room, but once people are made up or dressed, or if they’re not part of your bridal party or who you need around, politely suggest they grab a glass of fizz and park up in a different room. Not only will this mean there’ll be more light and space in the room – and consequently the photographs – you’ll be surprised at how calming this can be for brides. More people fussing around increases stress level.

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5. Know when you need to be ready by? Aim for 30 minutes earlier

No doubt, to avoid your beloved waiting at the altar, you’ll know what time you and your bridal party needs to be completely ready. Whether it’s the time you need to leave the house or to see the registrar, I always ask my brides to try and be ready in their dress 30 minutes before time, as it allows a little window for me to shoot the oft-requested bride in her dress. Experience has shown no matter how much time brides leave, when it comes to the crunch, they’re still rushing to get out of the door like a whirlwind. So keep an eye on the clock, and whatever time you have planned to be ready, secretly plan to be ready 30 minutes earlier.


6. Have fun!

There’s plenty of time for seriousness on your wedding day, but just remember that the getting ready can be just as fun as everything else, so eat, drink and relax, and enjoy those moments of preparation before you set off to start your new chapter in life. And while you're enjoying your special day our company will provide you professional artistic photo shoot. Our company provides budget wedding photography services. We will create the most suitable packages for you. Our team consists of professional, cheap, famous and top wedding photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas. Our team consists of only professional. We provide not only wedding but also maternity, sweet 16, baby shower, family and baby photo shoots. So if you want unique, artistic, modern, creative, candid and budget photography then contact us!

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So, you are getting married! It has been a long way to go from the moment you met up to the so-called X point when you decided to become ...

HOW TO CHOOSE WEDDING PLANNER

So, you are getting married! It has been a long way to go from the moment you met up to the so-called X point when you decided to become a husband and wife. You have wonderful memories of this period and a great desire to experience the culmination of your love that is called Wedding with at least not lowering the degree of emotion, but rather raising it.

So you have a lot of work to do. After all, you do not need the wedding like your classmates, neighbors or your ant from the ancient 90's. You need something special, reflecting your inner world, corresponding to your ideas about beauty and style, the only and unique action that will remain in your memory and the memory of your friends and family forever. In other words, you need your PERFECT wedding!

At this moment some pictures that you like or don't like begin to appear in your imagination and you start to realize what your wedding will be like.

If you ask most couples what the best investment for their wedding was, they’ll likely say their photographer followed quickly by their wedding planner or coordinator. We are firm believers that all couples should hire a wedding planner so, at the very least, they’ll have a pro to handle all the day-of details. Most planners fall into one of the following categories: full-service planner, month-of and day-of coordinator, in-house coordinator, and wedding designer. Since every couple requires something different when it comes to planning their big day, we’ve broken down the key responsibilities of each so you can decide what type of wedding planner is right for you!

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FULL-SERVICE PLANNER
A full-service wedding planner is ideal for couples who do not have the time, resources, or desire to plan every detail of their wedding; couples who are planning a destination wedding; and couples who want to have a multi-day celebration. As the name suggests, a full-service wedding planner plans every detail. They refer and negotiate vendors to put together your dream team, attend appointments, tastings, and site visits, and help set your budget. They help create a suitable design, plan the layout for your ceremony and reception, and create a timeline for all wedding-related events. When the big day arrives, they organize any pre-wedding activities, the rehearsal, and the actual wedding day to ensure everything runs smoothly. If you want total peace-of-mind that every detail of your wedding will be handled — and every unexpected situation managed — by a professional, a full-service planner is a perfect choice for you!
MONTH-OF OR DAY-OF COORDINATOR
A month-of or day-of wedding coordinator is highly recommended for couples who want to take charge of planning their wedding, or who have limited budget, but want a pro to tie up the loose ends during crunch time. A month-of or day-of coordinator begins working with you at least 4-6 weeks before the big day to get familiar with your plans and determine what details need to be finished. They will do a final check of the ceremony and reception sites, confirm all vendor contracts, create a timeline, and manage both the rehearsal and the wedding day. If you and your fiancรฉ are well-organized, skilled at making a budget, and have an eye for design, a month-of- or day-of coordinator is the perfect option for you. We cannot say enough that every couple should hire a coordinator to manage the rehearsal and wedding day to ensure all your hard works goes off without a hitch. It’s a small investment that will pay off big time when you’re able to fully enjoy your wedding day!
IN-HOUSE COORDINATOR
An in-house coordinator is a good option for couples who want extra assurance that the venue is managed on the wedding day but should not be considered a replacement for an outside planner or coordinator. An outside planner or coordinator manages everything at the venue, interacts with all your vendors, and keeps you and your wedding party on schedule while an in-house coordinator just manages the venue. They ensure the ceremony or reception spaces are in good condition, any in-house decor items are available, and their in-house catering team is on schedule. Keep in mind: an in-house coordinator works for the venue, not for you. So, while some might be willing to lend a hand on smaller wedding day details, they will not be focused on your timeline, your outside vendors, or your personal needs. If your budget is tight and you have to pay an extra fee for an in-house coordinator, we recommend prioritizing an outside planner or coordinator instead. If an in-house coordinator is included with your venue, hire an outside planner or coordinator anyway! Trust us, you will not regret hiring a pro who is focused on you — not just your venue — on your big day.
WEDDING DESIGNER
A wedding designer is perfect for couples who need help determining the look and feel of their wedding day or couples who want to pull off a particular theme but aren’t sure how to do it. A wedding designer assists with every aesthetic detail from the color palette to tablescapes to lighting. They will attend site tours to help create a floor plan and ensure efficient flow, manage your decor budget, curate all decor items, and ensure all decor is properly placed on your wedding day. Some full-service wedding planners are also experienced wedding designers, so you should double-check before hiring an additional designer. If your wedding is purely floral-focused, a floral designer might be sufficient in providing guidance on centerpieces, ceremony arrangements, and miscellaneous bouquets. But, if you need help with the entire vision of your wedding and don’t want to sweat any of the decor details, a wedding designer is the way to go!
And of course, every wedding planner has some photography and videography companies he cooperates with, such as Artlook. Our company provides budget wedding photography services. We will create the most suitable packages for you. Our team consists of professional, cheap, famous and top wedding photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas. We provide not only wedding but also maternity, sweet 16, baby shower, family and baby photoshoots. So if you want unique, artistic, modern, creative, candid and budget photography then contact us!

Finding your dream gown  can be stressful. After all, you've likely never even tried one on before, and it's the most expensive ga...

How to Choose Your Dream Wedding Dress


Finding your dream gown  can be stressful. After all, you've likely never even tried one on before, and it's the most expensive garment many women will ever own, so it can feel like the pressure is definitely on. Plus, your dress sets the tone for the wedding as a whole, whether it's a grand ballroom affair or a casual beach bash. It may also feel like there's a whole new language to decode — tulle, A-line, fit and flare, organza, sheath. Plus, more bride’s than ever are doing multiple dresses, a more formal one for the ceremony and a party-centric (danceable or more blingy and outrageous) one for the reception, which can double the task of shopping.

The choices can seem overwhelming for sure. No matter your budget, your personal style, or your timeline, check out our wedding dress shopping tips for finding the gown of your dreams — the one you'll love today, on the big day, and in 30 years from now, when you look back at your Wedding Pictures.


Wedding Dress shopping tips

1. Brace yourself for Bridal sizing

Bridal sizing means your gown's number will often be one to two sizes higher than for your regular clothes. Even if going bigger sounds horrifying, remember that no one will know the number but you and your consultant.

 2. Be Open

Bridal consultants will tell you that they constantly see women come in with a set idea of what they want for a gown, then try it on and don't actually love it — and instead, fall for something completely different that they'd never considered. Keep an open mind to finding a dream dress that you didn't know would be your dream dress. If you're shopping with a consultant at a bridal boutique or salon, don't hold back when letting him or her know exactly what you're looking for. Be as honest and open as possible. The more information you give about your likes and dislikes, the easier it will be for the consultant for pick out your dream gown.

3. Start Inexpensive and Work Your Way Up

Make your first appointment with the least-expensive bridal shop and keep scaling up if you don't find anything. Same goes for trying on dresses during your appointments — try on the most affordable one first, and work your way up to the bank-breaker; you may fall in love before then! 


4. Pick your silhouette

Your ideal gown's shape is partly based on the style you like, the venue and mood of your wedding, and also what flatters your body most. A fit-n-flare is both contemporary and traditional and works on many body types, whereas a simple sheath is best on tall, willowy brides. A voluminous ball gown adds drama, but can overwhelm a petite frame. Mermaid styles show off curves like your favorite pencil skirt.

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5. Pay attention to Fabric

In addition to silhouette, color, and embellishments, fabric makes a big difference on how a gown will look on you. A heavier, more structured material (thick silk shantung, taffeta, or guipure lace) will hold its shape and smooth your figure. Less flattering for those with curves are unstructured silk or filmy chiffon.

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6. Try on a Non- White gown

That might mean subtle eggshell or ivory, romantic blush, or even a bold red. It may not be right for you, but a survey showed 14 percent of brides and bride of honor and brides tribe would wear a colored wedding dress. Don't be afraid to be unique!

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7. Have a Professional to take your Measurements

Even if you're ordering online, have a seamstress take your measurements — this is not the time for DIY, since putting the measuring tape even an inch up or down from the industry standard can throw off your results. so , please pay attention to your measurements as it plays an important role in your wedding dress. 


8. Test to make sure You can move

No wedding gown is going to be as comfortable as your pajamas, but you don't want to be pulling it up or constricted by it all night, so bust out some moves in the dressing room. If you're planning a Church Wedding where you may need to kneel or sit during the ceremony, practice doing that in the gown. If you're planning to drop it like it's hot on the dance floor, try it out to make sure you can move how you want.

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9. Pay attention to the top of the dress

You should love every aspect of your Wedding Dress, but keep in mind that the top of the gown will appear most in wedding Photographs, especially while you're seated at dinner or dancing with your nearest and dearest. Make sure the gown fits comfortably when you're sitting down and that the neckline won't require adjusting throughout the big day. If it's not done with precision, it can potentially ruin a gown.
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10. Think about Adding a Bustle

If the dress of your dreams has a long train or hem, decide whether you want to get a bustle sewn into the gown. This helps pick up your train during the reception, dance but keep in mind that it will alter how the back of the dress looks. see if one is right for your dress before you undergo fittings and alterations.

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Planning your wedding in six mons or less might sound impossible, but we’re here to tell you that it can be done! We’ve seen our fair sha...

5 Tips for Planning Your Wedding in Six Months or Less


Planning your wedding in six mons or less might sound impossible, but we’re here to tell you that it can be done! We’ve seen our fair share of couples opt for short engagements, and we’re always blown away by how they manage to create beautiful and unique celebrations in a short amount of time. So, we put together our top tips and resources to help you plan the wedding of your dreams in less than a year. These will get in the right mindset, help set your priorities, and have you crossing off your to-do list in no time!

1. Be decisive.


With such a short timeline, you won’t have the luxury of scouring the depths of Pinterest or changing direction with every new wedding inspiration you find. It’s best to start planning with a clear big-picture vision of your wedding day, which is why we highly recommend making a wedding mood board before you do anything else. You immediately narrow your focus, which will be a huge time-saver in the long run. To save even more time and reduce stress, intentionally limit your options. Don’t try to choose between 50 different floral design options or 10 different hairstyles. Consult your mood board, pick 2-3 options that match the vibe, and choose your favorite. You know what you love, so don’t second-guess yourself! Once you make a decision, cross it off your list forever and move on to the next decision.

If you still haven’t chosen a photographer for your event we can help you to make this decision. Don’t hesitate and book Artlook. We will create the most suitable packages for you. Our team consists of the most professional photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas. Moreover, Artlook is really budget wedding photography.


2. Stay on top of your emails.


This one is probably a no-brainer, but we think it’s important enough to reiterate. Your vendors will already be working with a short turnaround time, so don’t make them wait a week for a decision or an answer to a question. Refresh your inbox often and either respond immediately or mark wedding-related emails “Unread” until you can get back to them so they don’t get lost. Make your goal to respond to every email within 1-2 days. This will keep you and your vendors on schedule and will increase your chances of nailing down goods and services that are likely to book quickly, such as venues and planners.


3. Choose your wedding date based on venue availability.



A lot of venues book up a year (or more) in advance, so your #1 priority should be to book a venue ASAP! With a short engagement, you’ll likely have limited options, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a great space for your celebration. One way to open up your options is to keep your wedding date flexible. Rather than contact venues for specific dates, ask what dates they do have available in the timeframe you’d prefer. That includes being open to non-traditional days, like Friday or Sunday. Make a list of your favorite venues — and maybe some unconventional ones to expand your options — and contact them from the top down. Once you find an available date that works for you and your fiancรฉ, book it and stop your search. Remember, being decisive is key!



4. Don’t be afraid to ask for help and delegate tasks.

Let’s be honest, nobody expects a couple to cross off everything on their to-do list themselves, and that’s even more true for couples who are having a short engagement. You have a tribe of friends and family that want your day to be perfect, so it just makes sense to turn to them for help. If you’re a DIY bride, plan several craft nights with your girlfriends to help you knock out those creative details. If you know artists, bakers, or other creatives, ask if they want to contribute their skills so you have fewer outside vendors to book. Looking for more ideas? Check out these helpful tips for how and what to delegate to friends and family. Once you start delegating, you’ll want an easy way to keep track of everything. Create a shared spreadsheet on Google Drive and ask each person to update it regularly. That way you (or your maid of honor) can make sure everything gets done without having to constantly check in with each person individually.

5. Buy your dress off the rack or online.



There are so many great alternatives to custom wedding dresses these days! Online favorites like BHLDN and Nordstrom provide gorgeous options that can be at your house within a week or two. If you’re looking for something a little more unique or less expensive, we’ve also found dozens of online shops with bridesmaids dresses pretty enough to get married in and wedding dresses under $200. If online shopping isn’t your thing, most bridal boutiques do offer off-the-rack options but they are likely to be more limited. We recommend contacting the boutique to find out if their inventory aligns with what you’re looking for before making an appointment. Whether buying online or off the rack, don’t forget to take into account alterations and avoid buying a dress that will need extensive changes made.


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