We often let our couples choose a general location, then we choose the exact spots in that location that we use for portraits. On your wedding day, it’s more about YOU, the bride and groom, and the people who love you than it is about the backgrounds you choose.
We ask them to help us think about locations that…
Example: Standing on a marble terrace creates better reflections than standing in the grass, which casts green reflections.
And for large family group shots, we love having a wide, outdoor staircase whenever possible! That way we can use multiple levels to pose your loved ones.
Now you know how we choose locations for wedding day photos. Click on the links below to find out how to choose the best engagement session locations AND getting ready locations!
Wedding photography is my heartbeat. I love capturing the interactions between the bride and her tribe as they get ready together, the look on a groom’s face when he FINALLY sees his bride for the first time, and the way a dad wraps his arms around his baby girl on her wedding day. Bride and groom portraits make my heart jump and I cry on almost every wedding day.