Five tips to having unforgettable wedding photos

Do the Weddings photos before the ceremony

Consider having your wedding photos before the ceremony. Some brides say I wish I had spent more time with my guests, but we left in the middle of the wedding for an hour or two to take photos. If you have the wedding photos in the morning you can get rid of a bit of the nerves because you have seen each other and can have a few moments alone. It’s wonderful to be surrounded by all the people you love most. But it’s really common to feel yourself pulled in a hundred different directions. Take time for yourself, as a couple together, away from everything for a few minutes. Have a moment to let it all sink in and you have more time for your guests because you already had the photo session.

If you can fit it in then try and do the photoshoot right before the sunsets. The right light can make a single photo stop you in your tracks. Imagine a warm, natural glow that makes everyone and everything look their best. That’s the magic of golden hour photography. The best time of day to take portrait photos is in the couple hours after sunrise and the couple hours before sunset. Within that time, it is better to shoot after the morning golden hour or before the evening golden hour. If you want some epic photos like these then take a few minutes of the day 15 to 20 minutes  and allocate it for a short sunset photoshoot

Sunset photoshoot

First Look

It is amazing seeing the bride and grooms faces light up when they see each other for the first time. Also one of The cool thing about getting the photos done at the beginning of the day: you look incredible!  Of course, you’ll both look amazing all day, but a first look is done before the ceremony and reception when your hair is in place, you haven’t cried off that bottom mascara, and neither of you has gotten the chance to dirty your attire.

Every Person that is there at your wedding is trying to make your wedding special. From the DJ, the person who is freaking out about the flowers and your wedding photographer is trying to make you happy. If you don’t tell your DJ that you don’t like certain music or photographer what you like then it is quite difficult to guess what you want. It is ideal to meet up before so we can talk about your wishes and wants.

Communicate!

Write your own wedding vows

Writing your own vows might seem daunting and difficult and writer’s block is real, but it’ll be so worth it when you’re at the altar

Your love and your relationship are one of a kind and your vows should be too! When you read your vows, you’re reading what you are uniquely promising to your partner – something no one else can decide for you.Wedding planning can take a lot out of a couple. It’s easy to lose sight of what’s most important. The experience of sitting down to write your vows is a wonderful opportunity to remember why you’re getting married in the first place. Great vows come from the heart and no one will be paying attention to how you decide to string those words together, just that you said them. As long as you’re honest and speak from the heart, your vows will be perfect because they’re yours! If you never said it your wife or husband can’t guess that you feel that way about them.