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- You should check the weather as far in advance as possible while setting a date for the photoshoot, but be prepared for unexpected changes. If your proposal location is outside and it starts to rain, just go with it!
- Choose your photographer wisely. Look through their portfolio, because your final pictures will likely reflect the style of their past photoshoots.
- Make sure your significant other knows you’re about to have pictures done, and he or she will dress accordingly. It’s a photoshoot, so dress to impress!
- Don’t rush to the proposal, but also don’t wait until the very end of your session. Go through some basic poses for a bit, and then get down on one knee. After the excitement, you can spend the rest of your shoot taking engagement pictures!
- The only downside of telling your girlfriend or boyfriend that you’ve scheduled a couples’ photoshoot is that it definitely looks suspicious. Make an excuse that would explain the need for professional photos, or pretend you’ve won a contest for the photoshoot to throw them off the trail.
- Photoshoot proposals aren’t exclusive to the rest of your loved ones! Some of the cutest proposals include large families or the couple’s children.