Winter Bride and Groom Session
Bridal portrait sessions are usually just that. It is normally a photo shoot for the bride and she gets amazing pictures in her gown. Elizabeth and Joseph got a bonus by including Joseph in the shoot to make it a bride and groom session. You might think that you will get lots of pictures of just the two of you on your wedding day. The weather or time constraints might limit your options. By doing it this way, you are guaranteed to get amazing pictures in your wedding attire.
They got pictures using the foliage and added some flair when they used a cape. They got some spectacular photos as they played with her veil, whispered to each other or simply held hands. It was an amazing session. They wanted a snowy atmosphere for their shoot. They selected the Pine Valley Mountains in Utah for their venue and Mother Nature gave them some help. The glistening snow on the ground made the setting breathtaking and enchanting. This was a wonderful twist for the traditional bridal portrait session . While the bride is the focus, there are two of you getting married. Why not have a shoot that features the couple? This can be done as a bridal portrait session or you can use it as your engagement session. You can do it once or twice but all that matters is that you do at least one. You will probably never get around to getting some priceless pictures of just the two of you any time soon. Seize the opportunity.