Bridals and first look sessions are both so special. These sessions revolve around special moments and emotions; all of the details will be captured perfectly, so you’ll be able to relive these moments for years to come.

Bridals are typically solo images of the bride in her wedding dress. However, it can also be photos of the two of you taken by your photographer to mimic a fashion shot. Bridal shots are usually taken a month or so before the wedding day – close enough that the gown will be ready but far enough away to keep the gown fresh and spectacular.

Traditional bridals are taken at a photo studio. However, you may opt for more atmospheric outdoor photos similar to your engagement shoots. You may have your bridal portrait session at your wedding venue if possible. You can also choose any location like a park, a garden, your own backyard, or even city streets. It’s your day, and it’s all up to you.

Bridals are traditional in many parts of the country. They are also part of the portfolio you display at your reception or after the wedding party. Displaying your bridal portraits next to those of your mother or grandmother can also make your wedding special. Think about how happy everyone in your family will be with remembrances of other weddings.

Having bridal shots will also help you be more comfortable in front of the camera so you can have your traditional wedding-day photos be perfect. In addition, a bridal shot is a great time to try out your wedding dress, hair, and makeup before your glorious day so you can make any needed changes.

Best of all, taking bridals in advance will save you time on your big day so you can focus on those other important photos with your groom and family instead of the dramatic solo shots everyone wants to see.


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