Seeing The Groom Prior To The Wedding
By Mark Stagi
Here is part of a new book in the works by Wedding Photographer Mark Stagi, designed to help brides plan thier day.
One thing that can greatly help the schedule for the day to go quickly is to schedule some of your formal portraits prior to the ceromony. This will save you a great deal of time and also make for a much more relaxing photo shoot. Some brides out of tradition don't want to see the groom beforehand and think that building the anxiety up to the start of the ceremony when you are walking down the aisle will create a magic moment that is filled with joy for both the bride and groom. One thing to think about is the Men's perspective. Most men aren't used to showing their emotions especially in public. In front of hundreds of guests and relatives most men aren't going to show much emotion when the bride is walking down the aisle. However if you fit in some time in private before the ceremony to first see the groom and have a photo session then, natural emotions can come out and it allows for some time to relax for a second and enjoy your day.
Your guests will also appreciate this when they don't have to wait for an extended period of time after the ceremony for the reception to start. The day goes much smoother, there is less stress and you get to spend some alone time with the groom beforehand which makes for wonderful photo's.
- Mark Stagi Fine Art Wedding Photography Fine Art Wedding Photography
About The Author
Mark Stagi is an award winning wedding photographer. He travels worldwide for weddings and also does cutting edge wedding album design. His online gallery can be found at Fine Art Wedding Photography - www.wedclix.com
Examples of his custom albums are available at: http://www.magazinestyleweddingalbums.com.