Wedding Tips 7 must have wedding photograph

Capturing the right moment of your day is very important, there will be bound of countless fun moments

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Is time to party! At long last after you’ve said I DO and pronounced husband and wife. Capturing the right moment of your day is very important, there will be bound of countless fun moments of guest dancing, laughing and winding away worth capturing.

Here are 7 must have you don’t want your photographer to miss.

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the entire room before guests enter: you might not notice how beautiful and well-designed your venue look because of  so much activities going on, your guest are seated and the day goes by so quickly.

Moment you’re introduced as mr and mrs: the entrance into the reception when the couple is been introduced is a wonderful moment to capture.

The First Dance: You’ll definitely want a snapshot of the first spin around the dance floor as husband and wife.

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Cutting feeding each other the cake: you'll definitely want to look back on this shot. Remember to tell your photographer.

The Bouquet Toss: if you’re planning on subjecting the single ladies at your reception to this tradition, you might as well capture it.

The Toasts. This include every guest at the wedding, of course the photographer can’t capture everyone into a photo but you can have a shot of the best man, maid of honour, parents.

The Exit. Some photographers only allot for a certain number of hours at the reception, so if you’re planning a special exit, make sure you talk to your pro ahead of time.

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