You’ve finally made it to the day of your big wedding. You’re exhausted, you probably look like a mess, and you want to get through this day as quickly as possible. We know that feeling! With so much going on on your wedding day, we don’t blame you for not wanting to take time out of your busy schedule to think about how good everyone looks in their photos. But we’re here with some helpful tips on taking attractive family photos of your wedding day- even if you don’t feel like looking too hot or having perfect hair and makeup!
Family group photographs at a wedding
I am so excited to finally share with you the family photos of my wedding day. They weren’t my favorite part of the whole event, but I wanted something to remember it by, and these are nice. Who can forget that feeling when your Dad tells you that he is proud of you for the first time? Or when your mom hugs you for not breaking her heart on your special day? The memories in these photographs will stay forever in our hearts. We hope you enjoy them! Happy reading!
What do you want people to remember about your wedding day? I ask this question all the time, and it can be tricky! We were so busy running around, making sure that everything was perfect, that we didn’t stop to think of our family photos. Now looking back, I wish I would have taken the time to take more time with them because they are what will last. There is a lot of pressure on women to look their best for their wedding day and on men who need help getting dressed (which many don’t know how). If you’re not posing correctly or pulling your dress down in certain areas, then chances are it’s not going to come out as well as you wanted it to.
How to create your family wedding photos shot
I bet you’re wondering how to take attractive family photos of your wedding day. I have a few tips that can help!
In my opinion, one of the most important aspects is setting up a good background. For example, if it’s wintertime and there are snowflakes in the air outside, try to plan your picture-taking session during those times so that you can capture some beautiful backgrounds with snow on the ground and trees covered in frost. Or, if it’s summertime and there are lots of green leaves all over the ground from nearby trees or bushes, plan for an outdoor photoshoot and indoor pictures where you can display natural lighting from windows. A great idea would be to include many different angles.
Picture-perfect memories of your wedding day are captured in the photos you cherish most. I’ve been collecting family photos for my clients, and they can’t wait to see their finished scrapbooks.