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6 Types of Photographs to Capture on Your Wedding Day

Wedding album printing usually isn’t the most important thing that the bridal couple needs to consider before their big day. Much more important is hiring a great photographer and making sure you get the right photos.

While RapidStudio is here to take care of all your wedding photobook and album printing requirements after your wedding, it is your job to make sure that the perfect moments have been captured. Here are six types of photographs that you will want to make sure your photographer captures during your big day.
  1. The Moment You First Appear in the Aisle
    This is a big moment for any bride. Whether you’re standing next to a parent, behind flower girls or by yourself, be sure to have a photograph of the moment you first appear in the aisle.
  2. Groom Bonding With Friends
    These photos are always special as it highlights the special bond your partner has with his brothers, cousins and lifelong friends.
  3. An Aerial Shot
    Getting the entire wedding party - or even all the guests - in one spot for an aerial shoot is a very special moment that you should capture.
  4. A Goofy Pose
    Whether you want your bridesmaids to swoon over your husband-to-be, the groomsmen to appear as if they’re levitating by doing a straight-edged jump or want a fun picture of your entire bridal party jumping for joy, a goofy pose usually makes for an unforgettable picture.
  5. Photos With Family Members
    Photos of both sides of the family, as well as the entire new family together, will show how your two families have now merged through your union.
  6. Dancing Photos
    Whether you and your partner have planned a choreographed dance or simply want a slow dance where you’re pressed up close to each other, your first dance as a married couple, as well as dancing photos with family and friends, will look great in your wedding album.
Be sure to get the best quality wedding album prints by getting your photos printed at RapidStudio.

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