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When it comes to updating bridal photos, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, consider the style and aesthetic of your original bridal photos. Do you want to stay with a similar look or go for a different vibe? Remember, now is the time to embrace what you want and go for it!! Once you have a clear idea of the style you're going for, it's time to plan your photoshoot.
Think about the location, lighting, and props you want to use to create a cohesive and visually stunning series of photos. We live in such a beautiful state (Oregon) that there are endless options of gorgeous scenery!! If you're updating your bridal photos with your partner or significant other, consider incorporating elements that represent both of you and your relationship. Things like your favorite hobby or the place you first met.
(Did someone say In and Out!?)
Another important aspect to consider is your wardrobe. Choose outfits that complement each other and the overall aesthetic of your wedding shoot. Consider renting a designer gown or tuxedo for a more elevated look.
(Just so you know, I offer a few dresses and formal suits ranging in size as part of my client closet!!)
Lastly, don't be afraid to get creative with your poses and expressions. I am an out of the box Photographer so you best believe I'm down to try things that push our stereotypical norm!!
Your bridal photos should capture your personality and the love you share with your partner. With a little planning and creativity, updating your bridal photos can and will be a fun and memorable experience that results in stunning images you'll cherish for a lifetime!!!!!
Bridal/Wedding photos are an important part of the wedding experience for many of my couples. They serve as a way to capture the beauty, love, and excitement of the bride and groom on your special day. Bridal photos are typically taken before or after the wedding ceremony, and they provide a way to document the couple's wedding attire, hair, and makeup.
In addition to serving as a keepsake for the couple, bridal photos can also be shared with family and friends who were unable to attend the wedding. (Believe me, your Nona will thank you!)
They can also be used for announcements, thank you cards, and other wedding-related materials you'd like to send off to your guests.
Bridal photos can also be a fun and creative way for couples to express their personalities and style. Overall, bridal photos are a way to capture the joy and beauty of you before or after wedding day, and to create lasting memories that you will treasure for years to come.
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