A prenuptial photo shoot is a great way for couples to be comfortable with their photographer. Your photographer learns to work with your best angles and he gets an idea of your comfort level. You learn how he or she operates. This results in better and great pictures on your wedding day.

A prenuptial photo shoot is also a way for the couples to showcase their personalities with creatively-themed photos. You would want your prenup photos to be something you would love to go back to with your spouse in the future.

6 Ideas for to Make Your Prenup Photoshoot More Fun and Romantic

There are many themes and ways you can do your prenuptial photo shoot. There are movie-themed shoots, beach-themed, vintage-rustic themed, as well as travel-themed shoots. It will all depend on your personalities individually and as a couple, and of course, your love story.

Here are some ideas to help you achieve a romantic prenup photo shoot.

  1. Choose a scenic location.

Go travel for your photo shoot and hit two birds with one stone. You get to go on a vacation with your future spouse before the busy months leading to your wedding. Plus, you get to have amazing and dramatic prenuptial photos.

You can have it in a countryside garden filled with lovely flowers. Flowers provide a beautiful and dreamy backdrop. What could be more romantic than a field of flowers? You can have it at the top of a mountain or by the sea, and make the breathtaking views your backdrop.

  1. Choose the best time of the day.

Avoid shooting in the middle of the day. The harsh lights can result to harsh shadows which may result to unflattering photos. Early morning, late afternoon, and early evening are perfect times to achieve soft and flattering light for outdoor shoots. It allows your photographer to capture beautiful, stunning, and romantic images. Think of sunset kisses, or early morning walks by the beach.

  1. Embrace the romance of the simple things.

You can also take the casual route – photos that show your raw, normal, and everyday lives. You can have it in your home, or in a place where you spend time together, like the local coffee shop. Since you are in your comfort zone, you will look more natural and at ease. Think of pillow fights, or early morning coffee shared with your significant other.

  1. Use props.

A bouquet of fresh flowers, balloons, lanterns, or kites are great props that can lighten up a photo shoot. Props are helpful, especially for those who are a little camera shy. They take away the intensity and add a dash of playfulness to the shoot.

You can also incorporate vintage props, such as vintage cars or an old bike. Just remember to use props that represent your character as a couple.

  1. Walk down memory lane.

Nostalgia is a powerful emotion. Do you remember how and where you first met? Or where your first date was? It can be cheesy, but if tastefully done, can result to wonderful stills that you will love to look back to. If you met at the library, then you can have a photo shoot between those shelves of books.

  1. Keep it natural and have fun with your partner.

It may sound easier said than done, but don’t try to be something that you are not in your prenuptial shoot. Relax, focus on your partner, and have fun in front of the camera. Walk and move around, and do not be afraid to get silly. Just let go and enjoy the moment with your partner.

To make sure your prenup shoot is well organized, have an event planner take care of things for you. Get an experienced event planner that will help connect you with the best wedding photographers in your location.

Written by bleu events, one of the top event planners Columbia, MO has to offer.