In Tuesday's post, we made a list of the most traditional wedding poses. Today, we're going to add a little to that list by considering a few creative shots to the bunch.
If you have a decorative wrap or unique flowers and detail pieces, you should remember to take a few extra shots of your bouquet, especially if you are planning on preserving it later on.
Photo by Katelyn James
Outdoor shots make for some of the most natural poses with the best lighting. Consider taking your pictures in an open field, in a nearby forest, barn, or woodsy area.
Photo by Whimsical Wonderland
Grab a few shots of yours and your spouce's rings together with some of your favorite decor pieces from your wedding.
Photo by Katelyn James Photography
If there are multiple generations present at the wedding, take a generational shot. This includes the bride, her mother and grandmother together.
Photo by Preston Bailey
Ask your photographer about silhouette shots with your spouce. Silhouettes can make for some beautiful, intimate photos.
Photo by My Sweet and Saucy
Candid shots are certainly the most fun. This can include laughing, dancing, or just being spontaneous. These are some of the most relaxed poses and can make for the best memories!
Photo by Grey Likes Weddings