2 thoughts on “The First Moment.

  1. Reblogged this on eat.drink.and.be.married and commented:
    This literally made me want to tear up. For some who want to stay traditional and not see the bride until its time to say “I Do” its necessary to also take into account photography time. If you choose to do photography after the ceremony, this will cut into a lot of your time mingling with guests. You’ll be busy taking pictures when the party is going on and guests are looking for you. The idea of the “first look” moment helps mix tradition and practicality together. You can meet before the wedding, capture the moment of you and the groom seeing each other for the first time, and take your necessary wedding photography beforehand, leaving more time to party!


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