// for photographers: a wedding styling workshop in Santa Barbara
Our next workshop will be early 2019
Sign up to be notified when we announce dates and open registration!
We’ll show you how to elevate the aesthetics of your image collection to delight your clients AND build fruitful relationships with fellow wedding vendors.
We are also including an editorial shoot component where you’ll have the opportunity to photograph a real bride and groom (not models, but a real couple!), a beautiful tablescape, and details like wedding stationery, bridal details, and floral arrangements to help build or expand your portfolio.
- Why styling is important for curated, cohesive storytelling
- Getting your work published
- Building vendor relationships
- Styling kits for the wedding day
- How to “style” your clients
- Hands-on styling practice
Breakfast and lunch (as well as coffee and libations) will be provided on the day of the workshop.
2018 partners + sponsors
Vanessa Noel Events will also be sharing her own tips for styling and photographer relationships; she and Coco Rose Design are also putting together some beautiful editorial content for attendees to photograph. We’ll create “micro-styling” stations featuring models, stationery, and personal details (think shoes, bowties, etc.) to teach the specifics of photographing wedding day elements and help you build your portfolio.
We’re excited to be welcoming some incredible partners and sponsors to the workshop:
See what our 2018 participants had to say about attending the workshop!
“I was hoping to gain confidence and get tips on how to style. This workshop exceeded my expectations! I got a ton of inspiration. What I didn’t expect was the amount of information I learned on how to properly photograph the reception space and table details. I believe anyone can benefit from it, from beginner, to seasoned pro!”
“I absolutely loved everything about the workshop! I took home so many notes! I also loved that we were able to pick apart the table as well as learning what to do and what not to do. I feel excited about submitting my images to blog editors, knowing what I know now.”