Photography Guide to Sell Your Wedding Dress

Listing Picture Do's

USE NATURAL LIGHTING

Ample indirect natural lighting in your home is the best for taking pictures of your dress.

DE-CLUTTER

Keep the shot clean! Take photos of your dress hanging against a door, laying flat on your bed or even remove a picture from the wall and hang it from that nail.

SHOW IT OFF

Your gown is GORGEOUS and we want to see it all.

Include:

Full-Length Front & Back
Show the dress from top to hem, front and back.

Wedding Day Photos
Brides want to picture themselves in the dress, having pictures of someone wearing it is the BEST way to do this.

Details
Show off the AMAZING details of your gown that made you fall in love with it (neckline, belt, back, etc).

If your gown has blemishes - include them. Buyers are more likely to purchase gowns when they know exactly what to expect.

Listing Picture Don'ts

TAKE PICTURES AT NIGHT

Artificial light is bad - it can make your dress look yellow/discolored.

COVER FACES

If you would like to stay anonymous we can neatly photoshop faces - just email us asking to do so!

AVOID THESE

Dresses presented in a beautiful way are going to attract more inquiries and potential buyers than dresses listed with poor quality images.

Don't Include:

Dress Purchase Receipts
We will request proof of purchase separately if we think it is necessary.

Marked Photos
Logos and watermarks make it difficult to appreciate the beauty of your dress.

Phone Screenshots
This reduces the size and quality of your dress pictures.

Collages
Collages make it difficult to appreciate the details and full look of your gown.