wedding. Thursday , August 03rd , 2017 - 04:55:28 AM
In my pre-wedding consultation with the bride and groom, we talk a little about their wedding party so I can gauge what type of group I'll be working with. Occasionally, the friends in the wedding party have come from different parts of the couple's life and therefore, don't know each other very well or at all. This type of situation may present a less playful group which is fine. More often than not, the bride and groom tell me the bridal party not only get along, they may be a little boisterous. I love this type of group because they tend to be more open to fun ideas and you can come away with some really great shots. The members of the wedding party are the people that, outside of family, are the most important to the bride and groom. I like to be able to showcase that relationship and the traditional wedding party pose doesn't do that.
Luckily, there is an easier way in the form of an extremely well written and simple to read book by author Tom Haibeck, professional speech-writer.
Don't let anyone talk you into doing something you don't want to do, and completely follow your heart and he would you feel most comfortable with.
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