The 30 Wedding Photos You Need to Take

The 30 Wedding Photos You Need to Take

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The Invitation Suite

Photo by Forged in the North

Some photographers shoot the invitation suite on the wedding day, while others do it afterward in a studio. Talk to your photographer about what you're looking for in this photo moment and be direct about whether or not you want extras (like these rocks and flowers) in the shot.

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The Beauty Moment

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick

Invite your photographer to the bridal suite to capture the getting-ready moments, like actress Carlson Young did to get a shot of her pretty braid.

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The Accessories

Photo by Gianny Campos

Your wedding-day accessories are special, so make sure to capture that. And if you're wearing something old, new, borrowed, and blue get a shot of everything together!

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The Getting-Ready Moments

Photo by Carrie Patterson

After all that wedding dress shopping, you're going to want to document the big reveal. Snap a quick photo of your mom or MOH zipping you in.

In terms of the getting-ready shots, "put effort into picking out a meaningful or cool getting-ready location,” recommends Heidi of Forged in the North. “Opt for an eclectic AirBnB over a basic hotel, for example. Some of my favorite images are during getting ready, but a bad location can completely ruin the photos.”

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The Wedding Shoes

Photo by Carrie Patterson

So this is one you can def skip, but if you're wearing shoes as amazing as these, we think you may want photo evidence.

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The Bridal Portrait

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick

This is your time to shine in the spotlight, and really show off that dress! Don't shy away from the camera, and make sure your photographer sets some time aside to capture your bridal portrait.

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The Veil

Photo by Erich McVey

If you're rocking a veil this pretty, have your photographer snap some pics from every single angle.

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The Bridal Bouquet

Photo by Jose Villa

With a wedding bouquet this gorgeous, you'd better hold on tight and pose!

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The Girl Gang

Photo by Jake + Heather

We love this bridal party picture because it's natural and candid. Copy it with your squad-and make sure you get some laughing ones while you're at it.

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The Boutonnieres

Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography; planning & floral design by Tara GuГ©rard SoirГ©e.

How brilliant are these calligraphed name tags? They tell you who gets which flower-and makes for one pretty photo op.

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The Groom

Photo by Kyle John

It's his turn to play model! Make sure to tell your groom how dapper he looks before he hops in front of the camera.

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The First Look

Photo by Gianny Campos

Some couples are 100 percent sure they want a first look, while others would rather wait for the aisle moment. But if you do decide to see your groom before the ceremony, document it. You'll cherish his reaction on film forever-we promise!

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The Candid Moments

Photo by Cinzia Bruschini

Wedding candids are our favorite moments. Be yourselves as your photographer snaps pics of you two. We especially love this photo of a bride reading her groom a love note before walking down the aisle. It just feels so authentic, don't ya think?

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The Portraits

Photo by Kelly Anne Berry

After saying "I do," sneak away with your photographer for photos, just the two of you. It's a nice moment to spend with your groom alone and a perfect time for some lovely photos, obvi.

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The Wedding Party

Photo by Nicola Lemmon

Put the guys and girls together-this is no middle school dance! A fun photo like this shows your wedding party having a ball.

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The Littlest Ones

Photo by Anna Page Photography

Every bride needs a photo with her adorable flower girl (if you have one). Take a few like this, looking down at her, and then squat down and give her a big thank-you hug.

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The Ceremony Site

Photo by Forged in the North

Ask your photographer to take a landscape shot of the place where it all happens.

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The Walk Down the Aisle

Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography

Whether you're walking on the arm of your mother, father, or both, you'll treasure this moment forever.

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The Vows

Photo by Cambria Grace

Now here's the important stuff! Make sure your photographer snaps pics of the ceremony in action.

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The Laughs

Photo by Jenn Emerling

We love this ceremony shot-you know this was a fun one!

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The First Kiss!

Photo by Sylvie Gil Photography

Ahh the first kiss! Have your officiant step out of the shot for this major moment.

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The (Confetti-Filled) Exit

Photo by Jillian Mitchell

Yay, you're married!

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The Cocktail Hour

Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography

Now the party is starting, so take pics of the guests in action sipping their signature cocktails and mingling around.

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The Tables

Photo by Tec Petaja

After all that time spent picking linens and chargers, make sure your photographer captures the details of the big day from different angles. We especially love this unexpected aerial shot.

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The Place Setting

Photo by Meg Smith Photography

Again, the details are so important (and pretty).

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The Cake

Photo by Lisa Poggi

Make sure to get a shot of the cake before it's all gone.

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The First Dance

Photo by Meg Smith Photography

This is one of the big photo op moments, but don't worry about your dance moves while you're at it. Your photographer will capture all the fun you're having-like this groom singing to his bride! (You did pick a favorite song, right?!)

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The Cutting/Eating of the Cake!

Photo by Forged in the North

Adorable, whether or not you decide to get messy (maybe skip the icing in the face… ).

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The Dance Party

Photo by Callaway Gable Studios

Let loose on the dance floor!

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The Last Kiss

Photo by Shannon Von Eschen

Snag one more smooch on your way out-it's the perfect ending to your perfect day.


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