Most brides want a photo album that tells the story and incorporates all the images that they love and will treasure. They are also opting for the less traditional photos and going more for the storybook albums with fun pics and including their engagement photos in the albums as well. The photo above was taken by Taylor Stewart during the couple's engagement portrait session. Doing these photos not only captures the couple in a more relaxed mood, but it enables photographer and couples to get to know each other more before the big day.
Going on different locations for photo shoots is so much fun and can't be beat for destination weddings. You can capture more of what Charleston has to offer and get a glimpse of your Charleston Wedding to come. The following photos are courtesy of Richard Bell Photography, taken by Nathan Bell.
On the wedding day itself, try getting some time to yourselves without anyone else around so you can take in the events of the day and capture some intimate moments that will not be the normal traditional posed shots. Seen here above, Nathan Bell captured the couple downtown on the way to their reception. They stopped for some relaxed shots between the church and reception site and you can see by the photo how relaxed they were. This is no doubt a favorite for the album and one for the story book romance the couple share. Its the type of photo that children later look at and say, Mommy, you and Daddy look like movie stars. I know that sounds corny, but when you think about it, isn't that what we look for in our photos? Especially on your wedding day.
The last of your photos should always include your "Happily Ever After" photo. Seen here, Sean and Danielle could be the Bogart and Bacall of the 21st century.
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