Friday, 5 December 2014

Don’t Let These Wedding Faux Pas Get on Camera!

A wedding is a complicated affair and in all the bustle and confusion, there’s a high chance of something going wrong. You don’t want whatever that is to be saved for posterity by your wedding photographer. Here are a few situations you should look out for:

The Drunk Bride

It’s a classic plot for sitcoms and movies, but when it comes to real life, getting drunk in your own wedding is simply in poor taste. Even when the bride isn’t tipsy and all over the place, chances are that inebriation will significantly affect the outcomes of the photos, especially the close-ups, which can definitely reveal wine stains and a flushed face.

The Vanishing Groom

Many cases of grooms disappearing for extended periods include going out for a few cigarettes, a last bout of hearty chuckle with the single buddies, or maybe just a long bathroom break. Whichever the case may be, the groom should make sure that he is seen with the bride in most, if not all of the photos.

The Funny Best Man

Preparing and delivering a toast can be a challenge– one has to keep the audience gleefully listening, so jokes are almost always a necessity. A toast, however, should be thought of carefully before the photographer finds himself taking a shot of the bride’s or groom’s hands around the best man’s neck. 

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