The Don’t Miss Pre-Wedding Photos You Need On Your Shot List

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Your wedding is going to be one for the history books, but let’s not forget about the special moments that happen before you say “I Do”! Getting ready for the Big Day surrounded by your nearest and dearest is a time to be cherished, not to mention it  makes for some aww-worthy pictures. Capture all the behind-the-scenes excitement leading up to your walk down the aisle with these must-have pictures to add to your shot list.   

1. The Main Event
Your wedding dress is one of the most important parts of your day. Show off the winning dress in all its glory by suspending it from an adorable customized hanger.Greg Finck Photography

2. Put A Ring On It 
Is there anything more photogenic than a gorgeous diamond ring? You can also place your ring on top of your invitation or add a fun unexpected element, such as rock candy!Asia Pimentel PhotographyHeather Waraksa Photography  

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3. It's All In The Details 
The perfect pair of shoes completes any wedding day look. Get creative by incorporating your bouquet into the pictures. Make those flowers last forever!Nastja Kovacec Photography 

4. So Much Love 
Document those intimate moments with your mom and flower girl—they’re one of the most important parts of your day, after all!Deer Pearl FlowersLacie Hansen Photography

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5. Bride Tribe 
No pre-wedding photo session is complete without fun action shots of you and your girls! Can you say #squadgoals?A Sea of Love PhotographyAsia Pimentel PhotographyMandee Johnson Photography

6. Finishing Touches 
Zipping up your dress, putting on your shoes… All moments that you won’t want to forget.Asia Pimentel PhotographyGreg Finck Photography  

7. Mirror, Mirror 
A mirror is the perfect (and most practical!) prop for your getting ready pictures.Lauren Michelle PhotographyRensche Mari Photography

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8. Bridesmaid's First Look 
Be sure to get that OMG! moment when your bridesmaids first see you in your dress on camera.Sarah Murray Photography 

9. Words That Wow  
If you’re choosing to read your vows before the ceremony, a picture of you reading a letter from your future husband—whether you’re beside him or not—will surely capture all the right emotions.Alex Lasota Photography

10. The Big Reveal  
If you’ve decided on doing a “First Look” with your hubby to-be, make sure your photographer’s there for this once-in-a-lifetime moment. Cue the happy tears!Emily Wren PhotographyMelissa Green Photography 

--Victoria Salazar

 
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