Homecoming is here and most parents can't wait to break out the camera. You want to be certain to get a few pics that you (and the kids) will be proud of. Take a look at a few tips listed below.
Try to get a good background: Your backyard will probably make a good background for your photos. If it's getting dark outside, don't forget the flash.
Get individual shots: Most parents take photos of the couple or group before they go out but you might also consider individual shots as well. This way you'll have a great momento even if the couple isn't dating later.
Get different group shots: You definitely want to photograph the entire group, but you might also want to get varying group shots like just girls or all the guys together. Don't forget to get a shot of each couple as well.
Sweat the details: A lot of time and money goes into getting ready for any formal event. Be sure to capture the details like the corsage, vintage earrings or special hair do.
Everything doesn't have to be planned: Kids will be kids. Let them have fun and capture a few images of them playing around. These spontaneous (not posed) photos will probably be some of your favorites. Plus most kids will want fun, individual shots for their Facebook profile.
Hopefully, this will help you capture the moments before the formal and give you some great momentos. Don't forget to contact Mr. Burch for all your formal fashion needs. We are here to help.
Fall is here and football season has started. That can only mean one thing - time for HOMECOMING! For those of you who might not have attended before, don't worry, we're here to help. Take a look at our do's and don'ts listed below.
Dress up: While not as formal as prom, homecoming has become an occasion to break out a formal dress. Whether long and elegant or short and sassy, just make sure your dress is comfortable. It’s going to be a long night. This applies to you gentlemen as well. You can dress up in a tuxedo or wear a suit but make sure the fit is right and you're comfortable.
Coordinate: Some girls go as far as giving their date a color swatch to assist them when tie shopping. As a rule, tie/dress should be in the same color family.
Wear comfortable shoes: Super high heels look great, but won’t feel great after a while. Many girls pack ballet slippers or flip flops for a quick change before hitting the dance floor.
Take time for proper grooming: Get a mani/pedi. Get your hair done. Gents, get a haircut early in the week to give your style time to “grow in.” Pack mints. Trust me.
Wear a hat: Who do you think you are? Ducky from Pretty In Pink?
Coordinate multiple articles of clothing: This is too matchy-matchy and a definite DON'T.
Get your date a nose-gay: Do you even know what that is? Girls prefer a small wrist corsage.
Overdo the make-up: There’s nothing worse than seeing a smear of base or blush on your date’s shirt collar after a slow dance.
And most importantly: DON’T sweat the details! Have fun and enjoy yourself. That’s what high school is all about. Contact Mr Burch for all your tuxedo rental or suit needs. We're here to help!