Let’s face it; it takes a great deal of time, money and energy to plan weddings. When it comes to wedding planning there are so many crucial decisions to make and so many details to remember. The big ones include date, location, theme, dress, guest list, cake, what to serve and who to entertain and really the list does continue. At times remembering the bigger ticket items will cause the bridal couple to loose site of the smaller ones. Though I’m sure I’m not telling any bride or groom something they haven’t discovered themselves.
Picture taking is a very important part of the big day. If it’s been said once, it’s been said a million times, the wedding day is one of the most important and memorable days in a bridal couples life. As time passes, every married couple I know look back on this extra special day with the fondest of memories and will continue to look and re-look at their pictures for well a lifetime. Some say that wedding pictures are some of the most significant pictures taken ever.
Weddings and Wedding Pictures – Here Comes the Bride and Groom!
In a perfect world you only get one opportunity to seize that special day. Taking wedding pictures is one of the greatest ways to commemorate and externalize your first step as husband and wife and to remember one of the most extraordinary firsts as a married couple. So whether you go professional or you put someone near and dear in charge of the picture taking you want to be sure that all those details you toiled over are reflected in your pictures. To assist your photographer create a list of must have picture shots. In the end, by thinking this through and providing the list you will be happy you did.
By secretly placing a small camera inside the bride’s bouquet, Ben and Lyubov Horne of San Diego, took matters in to their own hands when it came to capturing their wedding day moments. They ensured the camera was recording during the entire event and they were able to record every single minute of their special wedding day. Now that’s taking things to the next level when it comes to wedding memories.