Wedding Detail Photos you Don’t Want to Forget!

You’ve put all that hard work into all of those details for your wedding make sure your photographer remembers to get these! It’s always helpful, as a photographer, to receive a “shot list”. These are the photos you absolutely want. Usually it’s with family and certain bride and groom portraits, but you’ve spent so much time and money on the details definitely make sure you get photos of those too! Below are a few that you won’t want to forget.

1). Bouquet/ you holding the bouquet

2). The rings

3). Getting ready both bride and groom

4). Invitations. I know some people are like “why would I want that?” But again, you spent the time and money and chances are you didn’t save one for yourself so a photo of it is a great option.

5). Your wedding dress. You’ll get a ton of photos with you in it but it’s nice to have one of it hanging somewhere nice. Somewhere inside or as I prefer, outside, is a great option. The photographer will hopefully get creative.

6). The grooms/ brides shoes with his tie and any gifts you may have given him/ her.

7). The centerpieces/ tablescapes

8). Your cake. It’s going to be long gone so you’ll definitely want a shot of it!

9). Writing your vows. This is of course if you wait until the day of, which is actually pretty common.

10). Any special signage you have.

11). Favors.

Of course there’s a lot more you can get depending on what you choose to have at your wedding. But typically, these are the ones that I always make sure to get photos of.

 

Author: rosskykerphoto

Las Vegas Best Photography, Ross Kyker is an award winning and multi-published photographer based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Ross is a full-time photographer specializing in weddings, portraits and landscapes. He services Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Southern California and Phoenix areas and is available for travel worldwide. Ross began his career as a commercial automotive photographer at the age of 18, once moving out west he immediately found his passion for landscape and portrait photography. Eventually leading to his unique style of environmental portraits, combining natural and artificial light on location using some of the most beautiful places on earth as his backdrop

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