Deciding on whether or not to do a first look on your wedding day is a big decision believe it or not. Some couples love the idea of a first look and others are a bit more on the fence due to its unconventional nature. But before you make your decision, let’s talk about what exactly a first look is and why I think more couple’s should include them in their day!
You have hundreds of wedding plans to make. Deciding who will bring your memories to life is one of your most important. When the excitement of your wedding is over, it’s beautifully captured images that help you to revisit the romance, emotion, and spirit of an event that passes so quickly. So How do you choose the best wedding photographer for you?
Rachel and Colin started the day with a few of their closest family members and friends as they prepped for their wedding. They shared a traditional first look. Then, surrounded by 28 of their closest family and friends, they said their vows, exchanged rings, and their best friend, Billy pronounced them as husband and wife!
There is always this moment. When the brides hair is done and her dress is on. It’s that moment when the veil gets put on and the bride takes a deep breath, because she is ready. Kari had that moment. She was calm and patient and ready to walk down the aisle to her husband.
These two had one of the most beautiful first looks I have seen, possibly ever! They stood back to back as they read their personal vows to each other. Gabrielle, started. She read the first sentence out loud and then paused. She pursed her lips and looked up to the sky as tears fell from her eyes.
Amie and Nathan’s wedding was an absolute dream! Dark rain clouds threatened their outdoor ceremony. But, Amie and Nathan stuck it out and were blessed with a beautiful weather for their outdoor ceremony, and even got a sprinkle of rain for good luck right before it started.
Nicole and Cody’s Intimate Vault 634 Wedding was the perfect blend of classic and modern, which created a bold and timeless look! Their ivory Burgundy and blush florals accented their gold accented venue, an old bank turned into an event space, perfectly.
Heather and Tim’s New York wedding, was filled with pinks, purples, reds, and greens, with florals complete with cascading purple and pink ribbons. Their day started with a beautiful ceremony at their church building, and ended under twinkling lights, with views of the sun setting over the mountain tops.