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Before we dive into tips on styling a flatlay, maybe we should answer the question: What is a flatlay?
A flatlay is an image or a style of photograph in which a number of things are arranged on a surface and then photographed from above.
Now, we can jump in!
Wedding photographer Robby Lozano, owner of Ten 23 Photography offers his best tips for styling a beautiful flatlay:
“Detail shots take vendor coordination. And we believe that you should have magazine-worthy shots in your wedding album. That’s why we gift you (and your wedding photographer) detail flowers to capture all the wedding day details you’ve worked so hard to curate.” – Sarah Bruxfoort | Rose and Laurel
“Styling the details. I love this part of the day. It sets me in the right frame of mind to capture a couple’s wedding. It’s a bit meditative and relaxing before the buzz of the day!” – Amy Odom (Amy Odom Photography)
“Styling with flowers has always been one of my favorite things to do. It forces you to slow down and pay attention to each bloom and texture. Each element plays such a crucial role in making the overall image look just perfect.” – Maria Maxit | Maxit Flower Design
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