The Must-Have Photographs you should capture with your Bridesmaids
You’ve made careful decisions choosing the friends who will be stood by your side on your wedding day, and before you know it the day will whizz by in a flash. Talk to your photographer beforehand about those special moments you would like to remember, including the time you have with your best friends. Take a look at these 5 must-have photos you should capture with your bridesmaids!
1. Getting ready
So many wonderful moments happen on the morning of your wedding and you will want to be able to look back at the photographs and relive those feelings of excitement and happiness and indulge yourself once again in all that love!
Start with the flow of prosecco…
Getting in those preparation shots; from hair and make-up moments (silly and serious faces included) to simply chilling and chatting in your dressing gowns – you can capture some incredible shots. We love these images captured in The Nook at The Tythe Barn.
Don’t forget to take a selfie!
2. The first look
Reaction photos are some of the best and that first look moment doesn’t have to be reserved just for the parents. You know your bridesmaids will have some of the best faces that simply need to be in print!
3. Carrying the veil
Your bridesmaids always have your back, and they’ll keep you looking gorgeous from start to finish.
4. The ceremony
Walking up the aisle as you make your grand entrance and watching their best friend marry the love of their life in an unforgettable ceremony– what could make a more perfect photo.
5. The post-ceremony love
Time to celebrate! Sharing the love and getting those beautiful group shots, both sensible and fun, gives you a chance to show your personalities and your friendship (plus those beautiful outfits you’ll be wearing).
Capturing snaps with all your wedding party is usually a favourite…
…but remember to get your photographer to take some pictures of just you and your bridesmaids as well.
Why not pay us a visit and check out some of our favourite photo spots at the barn. Get in touch today on 01869 321442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org