Photo 121-123: Group Shot Of Bride, Groom, Family And Wedding Party

Get everyone! A group shot of bride, groom, family and wedding party will commemorate the moment that everyone came together to celebrate your most special day. Some people you may not have seen for a long time, and others will have traveled from far away. Make sure to keep this memory.

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Photo 124-126: Wide Shot Of Reception

The venue is a piece of art on its own. Make sure to include a wide shot of reception areas on your wedding album list. Have your photographer try a couple of vantage points to get the best of table settings, floral arrangements, decorations, and entire layout.

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Photo 127-129: Reception Tables

Reception Tables are one of the smaller details you’ll want to remember to photograph. The centerpieces, flat, silver, and stem ware, the tablecloth, and candles and other decorations are all details that you won’t want to miss.

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Photo 130-132: Close-Ups Of Reception Details

Getting photos of the entire reception area is important, but so is capturing all of the thoroughly planned finer details. The table settings, floral arrangements, decorations, lighting, and everything else all have their own story to tell.

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Photo 133-135: Cute Wedding Signs

Cute wedding signs are a great way to set the wedding party at ease. Some of your guests may be meeting each other for the first time and you don’t want the first time that your newly expanded family meets to be awkward. A little “I Do / I Do what she says” goes a long way to set the tone.

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