Couples are almost always in a frenzy when it comes to wedding planning. The dress must be fit and stunning, with perfect invites, charming floral arrangements, and everything detailed. You want to capture the big smiles, small tears, romantic moments, dances, kisses, and more. Those are very important.
However, a point to remember is that after the wedding is over, your pictures are the memories left. You want to keep and treasure them for generations. But how? A wedding photo book is an answer. On this note, we’ve put together some tips on how to curate a meaningful wedding album.
Design for a Wedding Photo Book
There are many amazing design options for a wedding photo album. Go with a leather-bound case with internal films of varying sizes for a vintage feel. Looking to go all industrial or rustic? Opt for the silk-style photo book embossed with gold lettering. For a classic and timeless feel, the suede design with a custom print will work perfectly. If you want to replicate the enchanting look, mount your pictures inside shined hard oak covers. They are sure on the way to being heirlooms. For a retro vibe, step out of the box and put your wedding pictures in 3D using throwback reels.
Wedding Photobook Cover Ideas
Simplicity is the key for any wedding photo book cover that will stand the test of time. You can opt for enlarged photo covers or solid back backgrounds with decorative titles that leave an impression on anyone. For the materials, consider ivory, acrylic, silk, leather, or hardcover. Also, explore a variety of hues. If you will gift the album to guests, align the cover with intricate gild lettering or use a stamping foil to write notes honoring your date or wedding story. Let the cover send a message of what to expect in your photo book.
Wedding Couple Photo Romantic Ideas
For the couple, your pictures will tell the story. Take aerial romantic photos standing on an antique staircase. The groom is wrapped in the swirl of the bride’s gown, holding hands and lost in each. It also doesn’t have to be about the body. You can join hands and form a heart shape, displaying their rings as a symbol of forever. It can also get quirky when you make faces and the photographer snaps away. Not allowed to see the bride? Connect your hands through the door and talk about your feelings. Feeling loved? Kiss and smile as you cut the cake, dance, and under the sunset.
Brides Pose Ideas for Wedding Album
For a professional wedding photo album, there are classics must-have photos of the bride that can’t be skipped. Make a show of admiring your dress where it’s hung on the wall. Take a picture in your rollers, bridal robe, and a flute of wine sitting cross-legged. Capture your first look and the determined walk down the aisle. Wave and smile at your guests as you go. Twirl in your gown before or after the ceremony. Your photographers should get candid photos of you in thought, sober, excited, and bubbly.
Poses Ideas For The Groom
The groom should be captured fixing his tie, shoelaces, wristwatch, and boutonnieres. If he’s ready, snap the first look. Another classic picture is the venue arrival as he exits the car and walks down the aisle. A picture of the groom as he drools during the bridal entrance is album-worthy. The emotional moment when he says his vows and exchanges the Ring is another. Snap dapper moments and deliberate poses, during toasts, speech, and when he’s having fun.
Taking Family Photos for Wedding Album
No photo album is complete without the legendary picture of the couple in the middle and parents on both sides. Add the siblings and extended family to the mix creating goofy faces, serious faces, or in their worlds. Capture the father-daughter first look and emotional moment. The mother zipping up the bride, sister fixing bride’s shoes, and father chatting with son are candid photos.
Photo Ideas with Groomsmen and Bridesmaids
Have the bridesmaids and groomsmen make funny faces while the couple kisses. Tell them to jump in the air from excitement. Pair them as couples and snap away. For fun moments, snap them engaged in a tussle. Pictures walking down the aisle, throwing confetti, and hitting the dance floor are perfect.
Lovely Wedding Ceremony Moments
Candid shots of the bride’s parent walking her down the aisle and the groom looking on. The first kiss, rings exchange, signing the register, vows, wedding party are important photos. If there are rituals, they should be captured. Finally, catch the couple in their ceremony getaway car from the back.
Fun Wedding Party Photo Ideas
Make it a day of fun after the planning pressure with poses of falling, naughty flower girls. Capture the ridiculous facial expressions of the groom’s friends, dozing bridesmaids, or irregularities with the bride’s hairstyle or clothes. The bride can show her power by carrying the groom or the groom wears her veil. Save something to laugh about.
Make Your Own Wedding Photo Album
Beyond the traditional albums, there are beautiful inventions to preserve your pictures. It’s always hit with leather-bound albums as they’re durable. Choose a size and style, assemble your favorite pictures, design a layout, and fix your pictures. Finish with special adornments like dust jackets lays flat pages or satin finish. You can also step out of the box by creating the scrapbook style. Adhere pictures with glue and write in stylish fonts on the white spaces. If you love Polaroids, places like Artifacts Uprising will give you the perfect photo book to work with.
The wedding photo book has gone modern. You can preserve your pictures beautifully with as much creativity. From romantic and funny picture styles to every type of photobook album there is, we’ve got you covered.