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By Vguy from Earle, AR
Smart idea - my daughter and her new hubby will prob treasure those candid shots captured by family even more than their "official" wedding pics.
This was taken at my son Joshua's wedding on May 20th. I was the wedding photographer! My tip is, if you're going tp be the photographer at your own child's wedding, be sure to put hankies in your pocket. One for your eyes and one for the camera lens! :)
By Sharon Young from Benton, AR
As the bride, have a close friend or relative photograph your entire day of getting ready and all those intimate moments you'll share with the important women in your life on your big day.
By Annie from Brattleboro, VT
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This photo is from my wedding in 1984 and is my most cherished picture of them all on that day! The little girl, Lindsey, was my flower girl and the child of my still bestest friend, Cindy, now for 42 years!
Make sure photos of absolutely every possible moment of everyone you care about is taken on your wedding day because you never know how much such a moment in time captured will keep your heart warm in the years to come. :-)
By Deeli from Richland, WA
I am Deeli's bestest girlfriend Cindy (and of course she is mine) and this is my little girl in the picture and when I saw this it brought tears to my eyes and so many memories. My little girl is now all grown up and is a mommie herself which has made me such a proud grandmother. And oh all the wonderful memories I have with Deeli. I love them both so much!
This is my first photo job, "The Joyner Wedding." This wedding took place on October 18, 2009 at Carolina Beach, NC, about 15 miles from Wilmington. This wedding was special to me because it was my first job. It was especially special for the bride also, it was her birthday. WOW, what a bonus for the groom.
It was a little chilly but we didn't mind. The water was calm and beautiful. I call this photo "One Moment In Time"
By Claudia from Wilmington, NC
Congrats on a job well done! btw, I love that song... my daughter's 8th grade choir sang it at their graduation and she had a solo - her first. Her wedding was 8/22/09, in Yellow Springs, OH.
This is a photo I took at my best friend's wedding two summers ago in Oregon. This photo captures the love that was felt on this very special day between husband and wife, one to cherish forever.
By Jennifer from MN
This is a really nice couple, and funny. The tree picture was actually taken the next day after the wedding and we all went to San Francisco.
By way of a joke has begun our American adventure!
'The Two Shall Become One' Photo. . .
By WM miller from Terre Haute, IN
The second the photographer says ''Ready'' make sure that you and your new husband/wife are looking at each other or sharing that special kiss so that in the future you both will always cherish the moment.
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When taking all those wedding pictures, don't forget the children. I think those candid shots are the best!
By vguy from Earle, AR
Great picture! (05/14/2009)
When I am a guest at a wedding (or any other formal ceremony), I often follow the professional photographer, but I snap pics from a different angle, and the laughs that happen while they are setting up for the formal shots. I also love to roam the receptions, taking unusual pics as well. And for my own wedding, I put disposable cameras on the tables (as well has having my own camera on my own day - what can I say?). I think you can get great pictures this way. (06/02/2009)
Some of the best wedding memories are candid ones. Be ready at all times for that "One Special Moment"!
By Guy Longtin from Renfrew, Ontario
That's darling! Something to cherish forever! (12/05/2005)