The Getting Ready Moments

When you look back on your wedding in 10, 20, 30 years from now, what memories do you want to see in your photographs?

What feelings do you want captured?

What moments do you want to relive in years to come?

Many brides go into their wedding day knowing that they want their photographer to capture a full story about the day of their dreams, but might not take into consideration what sort of coverage and what style photography they are looking for to make this possible.

If this is you, maybe you are not even sure what questions to ask your photographer?

My mission when documenting a wedding is to tell a story using a photojournalistic, portrait, editorial, documentary and candid style approach. I feel that these elements of photography collectively communicate and tell the story you have worked so hard to create.

My favorite moments to capture on a wedding day?! The getting ready moments.

Watching the bride glow when she first sees herself in the mirror after stepping into her dress and watching the reactions of the closest women in her life right there alongside her are priceless. Or capturing the tears the groom lets free as he reads a love letter from his future wife...  

I feel these moments are some of the most heart felt moments on a wedding day (aside from the moments with the bride and groom alone of course).

So when you are choosing between the 6 hour package or 9 hour package with your photographer, consider what memories you want to take away with you. What moments do you want to be able to show your grandchildren and to relive in years to come?

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