You probably don't consider the background of your wedding photos to be super important when you think of your photo session and wedding photo poses. However, the fall time can offer beautiful scenery for your pictures. Read on to find out the wedding photos every fall bride MUST take. You'll thank yourself later!
1. It's All In The Details
Remember to have your photographer snap photos of your wedding details. Get close-ups of your jewelry or lace dress, and focus in on his fall boutonnière or gray suit. These pictures can become some of the most beautiful and intimate photos of your wedding day.
2. The Fall Backdrop
Try to think of locations where you can actually use fall wedding photo inspiration. Perhaps visit a local park where there are plenty of fall leaves and foilage to use for the background of your photos. Have your photographer take your photos from varying heights and angles too so that you have plenty of different wedding day perspectives to look back on.
3. The Fall Bouquet
Remember to capture your fall bouquet along with the snapshots of the groom's boutonnière. The details of your wedding are probably the ones that will showcase your fall wedding the most. It's just as important to capture the details of your wedding as it is to capture people's faces and poses.
4. Shift The Focus
You'll have plenty of spotlight on you on your wedding day, both in and out of photos. When taking photos however, take a few shots where you shift the focus from you as a couple to the natural setting. A photo of a pathway filled with fall leaves with you in the background is just one beautiful example for how you can shift the focus of the photo.
5. Remember The Shoes
Don't forget that you dress nicely from your head to your toes for your wedding day. And it doesn't hurt to have a little fun with your wedding photos! This photo of fall leaves around your feet is one cute photo every fall bride should take.
6. Outdoor Guest Photos
Take advantage of the fall weather and invite your guests outside for some wedding photos. It's understandable that some summer brides want to rush the photo process along due to the heat, but most fall brides certainly don't have to worry about this!
7. Have Fun With It
Speaking of having fun with it, take a celebratory photo like this one during your photo sessions. Use the natural props that you have surrounding you to have some fun with your photos. They honestly might even be your favorite wedding day photos once you see them!