Weddings are like beautiful magical stories come alive and the main hero of the story, the bride. Every bride has that magnetic effect, eyes just get drawn to every little thing she does on her special day. Very logically, every bride can be a bundle of nerves or exuberant confidence depending on how immaculately the wedding event is planned out. Having a photographer who can feel your pulse and capture you as naturally as possible is a bride’s dream.
Here are some logical pointers, which can help the bride iron out her nerves and just be photo ready:
Finding the right match
Oh no! Not the better half, but the individual(s) who will do the entire photo-shoot. Research, look at the works, connect with your photographer and then finalize. Once you finalize your photographer, share the wedding theme, details and your photo concerns if any.
Follow your stylist instructions
Having a well-planned timeline for the event works. Makeover of the bride with haircut, manicure, pedicure, facial should be planned to keep the freshness of the look for the photo-shoot and as the expert stylist instructs. Follow the instructions, in case you can’t for reasons, communicate, there will always be a way out and you would have a ready set of alternative options suggested by your stylist.
Breathers for the day
Make sure that you eat and hydrate well. Keep a ready gear with tissues, your make-up kit, safety pins etc, which works as your survival kit. Run through the event and plan out in such a way where you can get enough of time for yourself, time with both sides of families, and friends. This will help you with your nerves and also you can enjoy each moment and not feel rushed up.
While you can indulge with the creative-side of the photographer, who will insist on a few poses and request you with seating, standing adjustments, minus interfering in the heart of the rituals. Try and have fun, be yourself, be as natural as possible. Reflect your emotions they are sure to work magic.
Pre-wedding photo shoot
As the bride has her final touches and is ready for her ceremonies, it is nice to have a few portrait photographs. The first photographs will also work as a trial set, which will show how the bride is getting captured and also if there are any blotchy make-up effects they can be easily concealed.