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14 Top Wedding Photography Pose Ideas for the Bride

by Waseem Abbas on Sep 22, 2016

Are you looking for some wedding photography pose ideas for your bride? As a wedding photographer, you should come to the shoot prepared with a list of shots you want to capture (you may even want to plan the number of poses ahead of time in your wedding photography contract). In this article, we will share 14 top wedding photography pose ideas for the bride.

Getting Ready

Even before she puts the dress on, make sure to snap some “getting ready” shots. Here are a few ideas…

1. Holding up the dress

 

2. Excited with the maid of honor

 

3. Getting hair done with maid of honor

 

4. Putting on earrings in the mirror

 

5. Putting on shoes

 

6. Bridesmaids lending a hand

 

7. Popping open a bottle of champagne

 

8. Special moment with Mom

 

Heading to the Ceremony

Once the bride is all ready to go, there are lots of opportunities for gorgeous shots along the way to the ceremony. Here are a few ideas…

9. All dressed up and ready to go!

Heading Out

via Marie Llyod Photography

9. Walk in the corridor

Walk in the Corridorvia Todd Laffler

10. Fun with the bridesmaids

Fun with the Bridesmaids

via Confetti Daydreams

Flaunt the Dress

Every bride wants to feel like a “princess” in her gorgeous gown. Here are some ways you can use the gown in your shots, so it really shines…

11. Walking down stairs with train flowing behind

 

12. Veil flying in the breeze

Flying Dress

via Damor Photography

13. Backlit veil draped over face

 

14. Gazing into the distance

 

We hope this article has helped you to find 14 top wedding photography pose ideas for the bride. You may also want to check out our guide on 9 top wedding photography poses ideas for the groom.

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