Getting Ready Coverage… a must have or not so much?
Sep 5, 2018 | By: Eva Kirie
Obviously, every couple wants plenty of photographs of the ceremony, family, and reception. But have you considered the point in the day where you and your soon-to-be spouse are getting ready? Sure taking photos of the bride’s hair being made or the groom putting on his tux may not be as crucial as taking photos of, say, the first kiss. However, the day-of pre-wedding time is still an important part of the wedding experience. The few hours leading up to the wedding are super important to the storytelling process.
What does getting ready on your wedding day look like? You and your soon-to-be spouse are getting ready alongside some of your closest friends and family members. Emotions and energy are super high because of all the excitement and nerves flowing throughout the air. The bridesmaids and the bride are getting their hair and make-up done and the groomsmen and groom toast to the future with their glasses. You had exchanged letters and gifts with your fiancé and all the emotions pour out of you both. And the only thing on your mind is marrying your soulmate in just a short time.
How can you not want photos of those moments? Those, seemingly little, instances make for amazing photographs. All the emotions and excitement are captured by the photographer’s lens and they turn into some of the best, most emotional photographs of the day.
Your wedding day begins as soon as you and your groom begin getting ready. So do we suggest that you and your fiancé fit getting ready photographs into the wedding day? Yes. One million time yes to that question!