I'm Krystal Moore, a wedding and lifestyles photographer based in Moose Jaw, SK.
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September 15, 2020
What part of the wedding day are you looking forward to most with your photos? Is it images of the ceremony? Your amazing bridal party? Dancing at the reception? As your photographer, my absolute FAVORITE part of the day is taking photos of you and your new spouse!! After all, the wedding is all about the love that you two have for one another and celebrating it as Husband & Wife (<–isn’t that just fun to see?! Husband & Wife!!!) I want to provide you with as many photos of you together as possible! So, how do you get more portraits on your wedding day?
You’re in luck! The first way to get more portraits is SUPER EASY and FUN! Are you ready?… Have an Engagement Session WITH your wedding photographer!
You’re probably like, “Krystal, how does that allow me to get more photos of me and my fiancé together on the wedding day?” Well, if you have had the chance to work with your photographer BEFORE the wedding, you will start the wedding day off with valuable information about the poses and prompts, experience and less butterflies in your stomach. Here are two other bonuses of why an engagement session is awesome!
There is one more wedding day decision that will allow you to have more portraits together, though, and that is by choosing to have a First Look with your fiancé! What you really need to know is this: So, then what are the benefits of having a First Look?
The good news is that you have time to decide whether or not you want to have a First Look. You don’t have to decide right away! Talk it over with your fiancé and see what the both of you prefer as a couple.
Oh, and ladies, I KNOW you want nothing more than to see the sweetest reaction from your groom when he sees you for the first time! And guess what… that moment is a lot more likely to happen during a First Look when the both of you are alone together rather than when he is standing in a room with dozens and dozens of people staring at him. Plus you get to have a few moments just to really soak in the day, hug and kiss him with nobody around. (well just me capturing it!) Just something to think about!
The last way to make sure you have lots of photos of the two of you on your wedding day is allowing for enough time between your ceremony and reception. (Especially if you don’t have a First Look.) Remember to allow for driving time, road construction, weather, number of locations, and number of people in your wedding party and family. (The more people the more time you should have.) I like to say a minimum of 2 hours but up to 3 and a half would be perfect.
If you are looking for a photographer for your wedding, I would love to be considered! I LOVE love and all things wedding! Send me an email at email@example.com to see if I have your day free!
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