Apart from your glorious wedding dress, if there’s one thing not to overlook on your wedding day, it has got to be your wedding photos! To spice up some of the traditional wedding photo shots, be inspired to capture your moments, emotions and the atmosphere of your special day in a unique way.
Above: Hands and hearts make for a perfectly romantic wedding photograph as captured by Damor Photography, seen here.
Spotted on Tiffany Hemsath Photography this striking hand holding idea is a great way to symbolise your journey ahead together as a newly married couple. Hands Heart: Captured by At Rivers Edge Photography, create this romantic pic with your loved one!
Take them in frame! Taken by Renaissance Studios and seen on  Bridal guide, this family wedding photo idea includes a frame as photo prop. Photographer Anjuli via Bridal Guide, shows us one of the most romantic wedding day kisses of all time.
This vintage photo captured by  Three Nails Photography via Style Me Pretty captures the sweetness and romance in the perfect surroundings. Taking inspiration from our collection of photo ideas and working closely with your photographer to get the shots that you want, we are sure that your wedding day will go off without a hitch!  To recreate your own shots, our downloadable 22 DIY Photobooth Props for your Wedding Photo Booth is a great treat to take along for unique photo props on your wedding day! This shimmering session of romantic copper, metallic and blush wedding ideas springs forth from the creative mind of photographer, Debbie Lourens.
This vision of pure ethereal beauty was brought to life by the gifted Arizona wedding photographer, Jessica of  Jessica Q Photography.
Get new creative ideas, gorgeous real weddings, and inspiration from Confetti Daydreams delivered right your inbox! The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of OnceWed. I love the lavender dress it is daring and takes a chance to step out of the conventional box. I think the best part was when the guy on his guitar and they were together inside the car.
This is going to make me sound like a serial killer, but they are just so adorable that I just want to wrap them up in cotton wool and keep them in a box to look at whenever I am a bit sad.
What to wear for engagement photos is such a commonly asked question, and we are so excited to have Knoxville wedding photographer, JoPhoto, to help us answer it! Engagement pictures will be used in your photo albums, hang on your wall, and will be placed in engagement announcements and “save-the-date” cards. Tip: If you both decide to wear colorful outfits, consider taking a look at the color wheel.
This engagement shoot by Laura Matthews Photography perfectly represents everything a great engagement shoot should have.
Props are a great way to incorporate your wedding date, hobbies you share with your fiance, or special items that have meaning to you both.
Consider choosing clothes that are not only comfortable but that also represent your personalities.
We have published some amazing engagement sessions on The Bride Link over the past year filled with so much creativity and unique ideas. Renee and Adam had such a unique idea to incorporate their love for wine and picnics into their engagement session! I just love it when a photographer gets super creative with their couple’s engagement photos! I love love love this downtown Knoxville engagement shoot by Blue Vinyl Creative. This couple is so fun and creative, which definitely shows through in their engagement session. This country engagement session by Jayson Mullen Photography and Design is beyond adorable! From stylish fashion, adorable Valentines themed props, and great pose ideas, this Valentines engagement shoot by Elizabeth Nord Photography truly has it all!
They are what you will have to treasure many years long after the wedding bells have stopped ringing! Best prepared in advance to capture specific shots, you can have a blast improvising with different shots! This darling couple had his and her custom portaits drawn and then used them as photo props during their wedding photo session. Whether spontaneous or posed, they are still so sweet! This sweet wedding photo idea by is a fun way to get your bridal party involved! This romantic photo idea seen on Confetti Daydreams, captured by Ginger Ale Photography is truly a shared moment of dreamy intimacy captured between bride and groom. (Above Right) Amazing golden light is just what this amazing gorgeous couple needed for a totally dreamy wedding photograph, captured by Charlene Schreuder Photography here.


Take a page out of this couple’s book and lie amidst a pile of pages strewn around a fall forest.
Captured by  Brandon Werth Photography via Emmaline Bride, be inspired to play around with not seeing your groom before the wedding! The pic captured by Morgan Taylor Keeney via Eisy Morgan, this is one of those shots that makes your heart beat faster! From Cherry Thomas Photo, this super fun and cheeky photo is definitely one to try for all those couples wanting to have a few fun shots after their photographer has captured the traditional shots.
Taken by photographer Kelly Niemann via the Digital Photography School, it’s a modern take  on a  romantic portrait of the bridal couple. Being no-fuss people, the couple wanted to keep their South African wedding minimalistic and clean: "I am in love with the clean and pure look of white. The colors are amazing, but I think I like the black & white shots most of all – they feel so intimate and romantic! They tell us why engagement photos are so important, what to wear, and a few extra tips on how to have a successful engagement shoot. Often, it is also the first time you and your fiance have professional photos taken together. Choose comfortable clothes: If you’re not comfortable, it will be noticeable in the pictures.
Choose clothing that compliments your personality: Make sure your clothes look like “you” and fit your personality. Coordinate your clothing with each other: Wear clothes that are the same level of “dressyness,” and wear similar shades that compliment each other. Choose clothes to compliment your location: If you are taking pictures in a field or the mountains, consider clothes with more natural colors. Choose colors that compliment your skin tone: For example, if you have light skin, white clothing can wash out your complexion in photographs. Fluorescent Colors: Fluorescent colors (such as bright orange) tend to color cast on faces, necks and hair.
Major changes with your hair and makeup: You want your engagement photos to reflect who you really are, and you want to be comfortable in your own skin. T-shirts and old tennis shoes: Guys, we know you are comfortable in t-shirts and your favorite tennis shoes, but they don’t look the best in photos.
Large Patterns: Wide-striped shirts, dresses and tops with large patterns on them such as large polka dots, or animal prints. If you choose a location outside, the best time for the photo shoot is in the late afternoon as the sun is setting. Taking a few moments to make the best of your photos will be priceless in the many years to come. If you want to be safe, wear all neutrals or one person can wear all neutrals and the other can wear a bright color.
When I saw it, I knew it would be perfect for showing great tips and ideas for a fun and memorable engagement session!
Brandi and Chad wrote their wedding date on pumpkins to represent the theme of their fall 2014 wedding.
This post is dedicated to bringing a few of our favorite engagement shoot themes together to inspire you with great ideas for your own engagement session!
I can literally feel the love of the couple, Jim and Michelle, as I look through the beautiful photos!
Although Michael and Heather look like models, their intimate embraces and sweet poses in these photos testify that they are a real couple madly in love! Photographer,  John Shim, could not have asked for a more romantic setting. It makes me feel like I have been invited into their everyday life which is exactly what a successful engagement shoot should portray.
JoPhoto styled this adorable camping engagement shoot filled with so many authentic details.
Floral to inspire newlyweds everywhere with ideas to make their first Christmas together unique and memorable.
Between the sunflowers, romantic poses, and adorable props, I can’t decide which photo is my favorite! I’m so in love with Amanda’s red and black lace dress, and Tyler’s 1950s themed hairstyle and black and white button-up and tie. Not only do engagement photo shoots help us build rapport with you before the wedding day, but we also often find that couples are more relaxed about photos when the wedding day arrives because they’ve already worked with us at their engagement photo shoot.
Also, wear comfortable shoes if your location will include a lot of walking (but not tennis shoes).


And if you are taking pictures in a downtown area, you might consider more urban clothes with bolder colors. When the shirt is so bright, it often also changes the color of the person standing next to them. If you’re in a good mood, it will show in the pictures, and you will get more great photos! You could start your photo session wearing dressy clothes, and then change into more casual clothes (or vice versa).
Here are a few clothing examples from engagement sessions we have recently photographed in Knoxville! From what to wear for your engagement photos to what props to choose, find all you need for your own awesome engagement session in these adorable photos.
They also included their adorable puppy and a cute chalkboard sign with Brandi’s new last name on it. We would love to know which engagement session below is your favorite, and even better, tell us what engagement photo ideas you love! The scenic backdrop for the engagement session is lush with white blooms, vibrant greens, and of course the rustic barn. Thanks to the rain that stopped shortly before they began shooting, a rolling fog appeared creating the perfect backdrop.
Remember to be yourself when planning your engagement shoot, and wear something that makes you feel like you!
From the old fashioned tent, to the lanterns and s’mores, this styled shoot has everything a couple would need for a romantic camping trip.
These ideas were focused around projects couples could create together and items that could be customized with their new last name. Well, I guess I can just admit every photo is amazing and perfectly captured Paula and James’ love and chemistry. The morning began with an Asian Wedding Tea Ceremony tradition at Diana’s parent’s home which had everyone dressed in stunning traditional clothing. I’ve seen couples hold musical instruments or even share their favorite dessert during their engagement shoot. Michelle looks absolutely stunning with her soft waves flowing, natural makeup, and casual neutral fashion choice.
To showcase these ideas in a unique way, a full living room set was designed among the cozy Christmas trees at Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm. While looking at these photos, I feel like a “fly on the wall” getting a peek into their love story. Elizabeth brought the most adorable props to add a little Valentines Day flair to this shoot. Because engagement photo sessions are so important, we include them in all JoPhoto wedding photography packages!
Choosing a location that is meaningful to you both will make your engagement shoot all that more memorable and special. See all the cute props in this summer engagement shoot and this sunflower themed engagement session for more prop ideas. Similarly, Jim is handsome in a summer plaid button down and jeans that are the perfect complement to Michelle and the rustic scene. With the vision of bringing the warmth of a home Christmas to the rustic beauty of the outdoors, the rows of Virginia pine and Fraser firs created the perfect “walls” for this couple’s first home Christmas.
They wanted their down-to-earth personalities to reflect in every detail of the wedding, with a somewhat 'quirky' feel. Check out this Knoxville engagement session at a record store and this outdoor engagement session for some unique location ideas!
Be inspired by this Christmas style shoot for your own engagement photos and for your first Christmas together as newlyweds!
As if this couple wasn’t cool enough, they perfectly transition from record-store-hip, to downtown chic and trendy in the second half of the post.
The couple used the alley ways to their advantage, which added a nice industrial backdrop to the images.




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