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07 Apr 2018

Wedding Photos You Need to Capture | Newly Wedding Productions

Wedding Photos You Need to Capture

Share this list with your photographer to ensure you have pictures of all these fabulous moments on your special day!

Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life, full of magical moments you’ll want to remember forever.

Your pictures will serve as a precious reminder of your day and with that in mind, we’ve put together a list of all the snaps you’ll want your wedding photographer to take!

The Bride Getting Ready
Make sure your photographer gets plenty of pictures on the morning of the wedding – it’s such a fun time, full of anticipation and excitement. Whether it’s the moment you get into your dress, having your makeup done or sharing a drink with your bridesmaids – you’ll love looking back on the pictures!

Not Forgetting the Boys…
You’ll also want some pictures of the boys before the wedding too. If there isn’t enough time for the photographer to pay a visit to both the bride and groom’s parties in the morning, the photographer can take some pictures of him pre-ceremony instead.

The Shoes
Your wedding shoes will probably spend most of the day hidden under your dress, so make ensure you get at least one snap of them in all their glory.

Get your groom in on the action too, like in this super cute bride and groom shoe snap!

The Bride’s Arrival
It’s the moment everyone’s been waiting for – the bride’s arrival. These brides have been photographed getting our of the car, in their final moments as a ‘miss’.

Father of the Bride
This part of the day is a real tear-jerker – the bride being given away by her father or another family member. The walk down the aisle may go by in a blur of emotion and excitement so you’ll want plenty of father of the bride pictures.

The First Look
It’s one of the most magical points of the whole day – when the groom first sets eyes on his wife-to-be. A precious moment you’ll want to remember forever!

Candid Moments
Encourage your photographer to take plenty of candid shots of your guests. We love these photos because they give a real sense of the emotion felt on the day.

There are bound to be plenty of these on your wedding day and whether it’s your first kiss as husband and wife, a kiss on the hand from one handsome groom to another or a candid shot after the ceremony, make sure they’re caught on camera!

I Now Pronounce you Husband and Wife!
A first kiss picture is beautiful but just as joyful is a picture of the bride and groom walking down the aisle as husband and wife, surrounded by all their friends and family!

Now this may seem like a bit of an obvious one but if you’re not having formal photographs on your wedding day, you could easily miss the chance for a picture with your girls!

We absolutely adore wedding flowers at Newly Wedding Productions so we insist you get plenty of pictures of your beautiful blooms.

Group Shots
Many couples don’t want to spend lots of time having planned photos taken, so ensuring there’s one big group shot is a great way of making sure you have at least one photo of everyone!

You’ve probably put an awful lot of thought into the table design and we’re sure the results will be a work of art! Ask your photographer to take some pictures at the beginning of the reception – before all the merriment starts.

The Speeches
Whether it’s the father of the bride looking lovingly at his daughter, a tender glance between the bride and groom or the best man delivering an epic punch line, capturing your wedding speeches is a must!

First Dance
Your first dance is an enchanting experience that you’ll want to relive again and again through your wedding pictures.

Throwing the Bouquet
The bouquet throw is a great opportunity to grab an animated action shot with all the girls at the wedding. We love these fun pictures!

Party Time
Your photographer will probably leave after your first dance which means they’ll miss the party in full swing, so ask them to make their final images a few from the dance floor!

Of course, your photographer won’t be the only one taking photos on the day. Utilise your guests – and more sepficially their cameras


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