Everything you need to know for stunning memories…
Ask your wedding official to request guests don’t encroach into the aisle to take photos. Your Memory Taker will be will be capturing you walking down the aisle and you don’t want that view blocked by stray guests.
Make sure your bridal party has reserved seating at the front of the ceremony, and that they know where to go. They will be leading you down the aisle and if they don’t know where to go when they get to the end of the aisle it can lead to them obscuring your Memory Takers view.
Resist the temptation to rush, take your time and saviour your walk down the aisle – not only will you enjoy the moment more but you will also give your Memory Taker more time to catch those perfect shots.
Your Memory Taker has one chance to capture you being given away, the exchange of rings and the all important first kiss. Pausing during these moments will help your Memory Taker by giving them take the shot.
This is one of the iconic wedding shots, to make sure your Memory Taker can capture it beautifully and that your guests can enjoy the moment you should consider the positioning of the cake table, if your cake is placed in a corner when you are cutting it you will have your back to everyone, including your Memory Taker! Try to make sure there is enough room for your Memory Taker to comfortably position themselves a minimum of 90° from you. If this is not possible you may want to discuss the option of moving the cake table for the cutting with your venue. Don’t forget once your Memory Taker has their shots your guests may want to get some photos too!