16 Photographs You Absolutely MUST Take On Your Wedding Day



During these modern days in which we live, the only way to immortalize anything is with photographic proof. Well, that's not entirely true. I suppose there's still some value in old-fashioned memories–BUT, when it comes to your wedding day you're not going to show your friends and future children your "memories". Nuh-uh. You'll want some pretty fantastic photos! Isn't that what you pay a photographer hundreds of dollars for anyway? It is. And you want the photos to be good and memorable, so before you settle for the typical close-ups of the bouquet and the smooching photos of you and your love, take some tips from these 16 pictures that'll forever remind you of your perfect day.




If the bride's got a veil like this, then make sure the camera is at the ready for any gust of wind that comes.

via tumblr/My Wedding Obsession

via tumblr/My Wedding Obsession


And when the T-Rex comes, you'll definitely want to remember that with photographic proof.

via Say Belle Photography

via Say Belle Photography


Daddy & Daughter

via Jeff Kolodny Photography|Facebook/Jeff Kolodny Photography

via Jeff Kolodny Photography|Facebook/Jeff Kolodny Photography


Kids are always doing the cutest things so make sure to capture those moments.

via JC Ruiz Photography|Facebook/JC Ruiz

via JC Ruiz Photography|Facebook/JC Ruiz


Get a unique and creative ring picture by placing the rings on a newspaper from the day of the wedding.

via Ashley Bartoletti Photography|Facebook/Ashley Bartoletti

via Ashley Bartoletti Photography|Facebook/Ashley Bartoletti


Romance is definitely what you want the photos to convey and silhouettes scream it.

via Elegant Wedding Invites

via Elegant Wedding Invites


And if you know you're the person to shove cake in your partner's face then make sure someone gets it.

via Seth Christie

via Seth Christie


A frame within a frame.

via Bridal Guide

via Bridal Guide


You may be marrying your true love but your MOH was likely there for the whole ride, too. You'll want to make sure you capture a special moment with your special friend.

via Katelyn James|Facebook/Katelyn James

via Katelyn James|Facebook/Katelyn James


Mirror pictures are so meta and so fantastic.

via IZO Photography|Facebook/IZO Photography

via IZO Photography|Facebook/IZO Photography


While you're at it, why not get the bridesmaids' expressions too?

via Katelyn James|Facebook/Katelyn James

via Katelyn James|Facebook/Katelyn James


That moment when the groom first sees the bride.

via Homemade Bride|Feather And Stone Photography

via Homemade Bride|Feather And Stone Photography


Make sure to capture your grandparents jiving up and down the dance floor to remind yourself that even at 80, you can still get down.

via Here Comes The Guide|Secrest Weddings

via Here Comes The Guide|Secrest Weddings


Shoe shot! Because these are (one of) the important things in life.

via flickr/Abby Rohde

via flickr/Abby Rohde


Very cute and very original. Take the lyrics from your first dance song and overlay with your favorite pic from the moment.

via Etsy/Studiojones1

via Etsy/Studiojones1