Thursday, July 22, 2010

To Die For Photo Inspiration, Volume 2

As promised, I'm back with the second installation of photo inspiration. Haha, say that seven times fast. I know the first batch was pretty run-of-the-mill, but I just want to make sure my photographer knows what pictures are important for me to have.

So on to ceremony photos!

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We're planning to include a small handfasting ceremony and I want to make sure it is captured on film.

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We haven't discussed our special wedding day kiss yet, but I want something with a little personality if we can pull it off. And our probably will look like the couple above as I am 11 inches shorter than my fiance.

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This bride kinda reminds me of Vienna from the Bachelor. I love love love this picture! I want to look that excited when I'm walking back up the aisle with my husband on my arm. (Hopefully my mouth won't be open quite as wide, but you get the picture.) Plus I've got a kick-ass song in mind to help motivate the ecstatic mood. More on that later. ;)

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Since we're planning on taking most of our photos before the ceremony, I really think it's important for our photographer to capture my fiance and I as the realization sets in that we're stuck with each other for the rest of our lives. I mean, blessed to find each other to spend the rest of our lives with. This shot is absolutely beautiful. I have a slight feeling that I may not be able to achieve something this serene as I may be bouncing off the walls with excitement.

I know these shots are still kinda run-of-the-mill, but, again, they're important ones that I for sure want captured on our special day.

Next up, the fun, unique shots, that'll make our wedding the best day ever!

2 comments:

  1. I love that one of the couple hugging at the altar. I think I care about ceremony pictures the most!

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