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Getting the best bride and groom photos.

How do I get the best bride and groom photos on my wedding day? The short answer: Allow time for pictures of just the bride and groom to be taken while no one is around. These photos are often called “The Romantics”.

Schedule 15-20 mins out of the day when there are no family or bridal party members around. How do we accomplish this? Have the bridal party hangout in the limo or bus while you are having your private session. Or have the bridal party go to their own short cocktail hour at another destination or just not within view of your romantic private session.

Benefits of having your own private photo session include: Feeling more relaxed because you don’t have people waiting on you or starting at you.

Taking a few minutes to look at each other and soak in your day. Taking this time will add to the memories you have of your wedding day. Go for a short walk and talk to each other. Your photographer can photograph you from a distance for a couple of minutes and allow you some private time to talk.

When should this time be scheduled? This can be done immediately following a first look, right after your ceremony or even during your cocktail hour or reception. It’s only a few short minutes, the time will go by so fast! It’s a special thing you can do for the two of you. Something you will always treasure. You could even bring wine or your beverage of choice!

The time for photos of just you and your groom can easily be scheduled into the day. Contact me at: and I will create your very own custom timeline!


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