Nothing calms wedding day butterflies like a quick kiss, knowing smile, or reassuring hand squeeze from mom. Here, some of the day's most loving moments captured between the bride, the groom, and their mothers.
Tilt-shift? Holga? Bokeh? No, we're not speaking a foreign language—these terms actually describe some of the hottest trends in wedding photography. Consult our glossary and, if you like what you see, discuss the possibilities with your photographer.
Elegant, heartwarming wedding portraits are now outpacing the awkward, snicker-inducing pictures of the recent past. Upon closer inspection, we found that most extraordinary images fit one of seven distinct, possible-to-replicate archetypes. Here's how to get a portrait that won't make your future grandkids point and laugh.
Professional photography is obviously crucial, but lots of your guests will be taking pictures at the wedding, too. It just makes sense to see what they capture, especially since everyone probably will be shooting digitally, making it easy and practically free to share pictures. Rather than circulating random emails, provide a system for collecting these shots. Here are three ideas we've seen in action.