Must have photos at your wedding ceremony
One of the major benefits of my job as a wedding photographer is that I have the opportunity to observe beautiful and special moments between loved one. The wedding ceremony, in particular, is full of emotion, excitement, and joy, but can also happen so quickly we will have to scramble to capture the images that matter.
That’s why we always offer a team of two photographers to ensure that we capture all the juicy moments for our couple, and for their family and friends.
Our team of professionals at Black Avenue Productions have seen hundreds of weddings, let us share some insights on the must-have shots to take from every wedding ceremony:
Share the Wedding Ceremony Beginning
Before the wedding ceremony, our team will spend time to capture the ceremony setting when it’s empty. We will fly the drone if permitted, get a shot of the whole venue when possible.
The groom may be the first to walk down the aisle as he takes his place, he could be nervous, only the bride can tell after she sees the photos.
As well as when the wedding party, parents, and grandparents, walk down the aisle once the ceremony starts. These are important images to document everyone who was involved in the couple’s day. Many will have traveled quite the distance to be there.
Don’t forget these cute page boys and flower girls too!
We love this ceremony shot—you know this was a fun one if the bride and groom are this relaxed when saying “I do.”
Capture the Unexpected Moments
Even the most planned ceremonies have unexpected moments. If the glass did not break the first time, or the lighter did not work for the unity candle, capture these occasions. Most likely, a lot of laughter will go along with these moments, which is a great addition to the images.
The Exit as a newly wed
Whether you’re choosing confetti, sparklers, or any other type of creative exit, we will capture it!
These wedding ceremony photos are the memories you’ll cherish forever and even look back on the very next day (“It goes by in a flash,” they all say).
Observe the Parents and Grandparents during the Wedding Ceremony
Because the bride and groom are focused on one another during the wedding ceremony, they may miss out on moments around them, such as the joy on their parents and grandparents’ faces. One of our photographer is assigned to take photos of the guest’s emotions, while our main photography will focus on the actual ceremony. The bride and groom can look back of the photos and see how their loved ones reacted.
Focus on the Ring Exchange
As one of the biggest symbols of the wedding day, showcase the bride and groom as they exchange rings. Take photos of the best man handing the groom the rings, the groom placing the ring on the bride’s finger, and the bride placing the ring on the groom’s finger.
We love everything about a wedding and we will do whatever it takes to shoot as much as we can, so you can re-live your day through wedding album and videos.
The laugh, the kiss, the wedding ceremony setting, the decorations, the flowers, the emotions, the vow exchange, the speeches, the cakes, the dress, the DJ, the hair and makeup…
Oh, we love it all!
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