Ideas for your wedding photography gallery. You’ll be surrounded by a mixture of emotions during the run up to your big moment, so think about having your photographer take images of you getting ready, getting your make-up and hair done and drinking champagne or cocktails with your bridesmaids.
You might want pictures taking of your wedding dress on the hanger, also possibly even better the moment when you first put on your dress.
Remember to have the photographer get photographs of the groom getting ready too.
Walking Down the Aisle
A happy time that is so full of emotion and is definitely one of the parts of your day that most brides say happen in a blur, your photographer will be there to record the moment for you.
The Vows and Exchanging Rings
Saying your vows and the exchange rings is one of the most importantl parts of your ceremony. A definite moment to catch on camera.
A separate image of the rings alone is also a great idea by the way,
The First Kiss
An photograph of your first kiss as man and wife is a must, be sure to have this one on your list.
Signing the Register
Make sure your photographer gets some good shots of you and your chosen witnesses. It all becomes official when you sign on the dotted line!
A few shots of you walking back down the aisle after your ceremony , plus both of you outside the church being showered with confetti is a must.
The majority of your time (and almost certainly your budget!)is devoted to planning the reception. Your wedding photographer will capture all those little details and special moments, from decoration to speeches. An important shot for your wedding photography gallery.
You will have spent many hours in organising the wedding reception, Do not forget the cake on its own and any additional details such as centre pieces and table decorations . These are all important shots for your wedding photography gallery.
At the end of your wedding ceremony, most newlyweds want some time and images alone. So arrange some time to have ‘couple only’ shots, possibly directly after your wedding ceremony but possibly after your wedding reception. Great shot for your wedding photography gallery.
These can go on forever. The solution ? Be specific with your photographer about any group images that you’d like taken. Ensure that there is plenty of time between the ceremony and sitting down for the wedding breakfast.
The Speeches and Toast
The speeches are usually an emotional and usually quite comical section of your day, so have these captured on camera, do not forget the toast to the bride and groom.
Cutting the Cake
Always a special part of the day for the guests and the newlywed couple.
The First Dance
Another must have part of the wedding that will be a lasting memory for the couple for years to come.