One of the most important elements of wedding planning is making sure that you have the right photographer to capture the emotion, beauty and fun of your big day. In the past, there was a tendency for brides and grooms to spend hours in and out of group photos, but these are now being kept to a minimum with couples favouring other ways of documenting their big day.
Parle Mag recently picked out some of the top trends to watch in wedding photography. Among them are before and after photoshoots, which can be a great way to get the formal family group shots without disrupting the wedding day too much. Get everyone together for a family photoshoot either before the ceremony, or in the days after.
Increasingly, couples want their wedding photography to be more relaxed and to capture the essence of their day. That means photographers have more scope to wander among guests and shoot the little moments that make the day memorable.
One of the most touching moments at a wedding is when the bride and groom see each other for the first time. More and more couples are choosing to meet outside the venue and walk in together, which means this first look is an intimate and private moment, which can make for a particularly special wedding photo.
Brides magazine recently highlighted some of the ways in which you can get creative with your wedding. Photo booths have long been a favourite option, allowing guests to express themselves and have a little fun. Choosing an “epic backdrop” for your photo booth will take it to the next level, the publication suggested.
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