Ahhh the “first look”. This budding trend made it’s debut on the Wedding scene, and we think it’s here to stay! Whether you’re a tried-and-true traditionalist, or are looking to shake things up a bit…there’s plenty to think about when it comes to the first look.
Capitalizing on Time
When it comes to wedding days, they have a tendency to flash by in the blink of an eye. You’ll want to capitalize on every second you can. After your ceremony, your newlywed portraits can take up to 23 hours, getting every shot you want in every location. The last thing you need is to feel rushed during your pictures, knowing your attendees are patiently waiting on you to celebrate your big day. The first look minimizes those rushed feelings by allowing you to sneak those newlywed images in before the ceremony. Of course, if you want to make sure to get those dreamy sunset images in, there’s no reason why you can’t steal away for a moment or two
Focus on the Moment
The other big reason why first looks are taking root in bride’s and groom’s hearts is because it allows them the opportunity to refocus on the reason behind their big day. Like I said, the day flashes by before your eyes. It’s incredibly easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of getting ready, the caterer, florist, officiant, etc. It’s a great idea to take a minute and remember the love that is bringing you together. Also, for brides and grooms on the shy side, trading incredibly intimate vows in front of 150 onlookers can be a daunting challenge. This is the perfect time to swap those sweet words intimately. Plus, it makes for some truly stunning photos! Capturing Professional Wedding Photography in Washington DC is truly an absolute joy!
Capturing Professional Wedding Photography in Washington DC is so much fun! Especially when I get to see new and exciting trends!
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