Are you looking to find ways for your wedding photos to stand out? How many of your friend's wedding albums have you seen where the pictures look almost identical? Your photos and film will be with you and your spouse for the rest of your lives and for everyone to see, so of course you want to have unique beautiful moments captured to hold on to forever.
Here are some easy tips to help make your pictures really stand out:
1. Bright Colored Lipstick
Picking the perfect shade for your lips can be a stressful task. Most brides typically pick a nude color to look more natural and to eliminate the possibility of getting lipstick all over their groom. I love the idea of a bright lip because of how beautiful it pops in pictures, especially against a white dress and veil. Pick a shade that you're comfortable with and one that has the longest lasting results. Do some kiss tests with your man beforehand so you know which one works the best for you!
2. Rent A Cool Car For The Day
Rent a vehicle to arrive at your reception. Not only will it look awesome in your photos and film, but it gives you can excuse to drive around in your dream car for a day.
3. Prepare For Thank You Notes
Use your photoshoot as an opportunity to take a picture for your thank you notes. Be prepared beforehand by bringing your own signs or any other props you want to use for that special picture.
4. Get Creative
If you have a favorite sports team or movie, why not highlight them on your special day?
5. Mix-Matched Bridesmaid Dresses
This seems to be one of the hottest trends this year and I am such a fan. It lets your bridesmaids choose their own dress according their body type, personality and style. Each bridesmaid will stand out in group photos and will not be camouflaged into a sea of one color.
6. Bring Props
Your pictures will really pop with bright colored umbrellas.
7. Matching Bridal Party Gifts/Accessories
Whether you choose to do matching robes, matching socks or matching jewelry - your bridal party will appreciate them and look awesome coordinating in pictures. If you decide to do mix-matched dresses, these coordinating accessories can help to tie everything together.
8. Embrace Your Location
Whether it be in the city, on a farm or anywhere else you choose to get married, take advantage of the surrounding natural backdrops.
9. Have Your Guests Throw Things
I mean, how cool is this picture?
10. Let Your Personality Shine Through
All of your pictures don't need to be serious. Have some fun and let your personalities shine through by letting loose and being yourself.
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