On your big day there is nothing more important than making sure all the magic is caught on camera.
From the moment you first put on your dress, to the first dance, capturing these truly unforgettable memories means you can relive them for the rest of your lives.
As the years go by, photography methods develop with technology, and 2016 wedding photography trends are set to create the most iconic and stunning shots we’ve seen yet.
We still love the classic black and white snaps, but what’s a great photo album without a selfie?
Unique, creative and fabulous; take a glimpse into 2016’s most on trend photography styles:
The view from above
This photography style is all about capturing your glorious venue from spectacular angular heights to create cinematic imagery.
Photos and videos alike, aerial shots are a great way to create memories of the venue and setting.
The popularity of food snaps has definitely increased. Since social media network, Instagram, launched in 2010, we have never seen so many delicious and presentable food ensembles that look almost too good to eat!
Be sure to get your photographer to capture the most indulgent food you presented to your guests on your special day.
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We really don’t need to expand much more on this… if you don’t know about selfies yet, then you’ve definitely been living on another planet for the past few years!
Funny and pouty, selfies are a must on your big day and a spontaneous twist to liven up the traditional formal wedding photo album.
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First look photos
That moment when the wedding couple get their first glimpse of each other on their big day.
There are guaranteed to be smiles, tears, laughter and love in the air.
A moment not to be missed, 2016’s natural first look snaps will be the highlight of your wedding album and will be sure to bring all the emotions back in years to come.
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Yes, we’re talking snaps of feet, the back of your nan’s hat, and the father of the bride stuffing down a few too many pieces of cake. Just. Random.
They may seem like pointless pieces of photography, but in actual fact this style, in all its candid, personal glory is set to be a major trend for 2016 and we highly recommend its use on your big day.
Funny and vibrant, there is no better way of capturing the day in real-time than by taking natural shots without your guest’s knowledge.
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This major photography trend isn’t going anywhere in 2016 and remains all the rage.
Make photography fun and spontaneous by getting everyone in on the action with this modern photographic style.
It’s quite simply a fun break from the traditional, posed wedding photos taken throughout the day.
Add accessories such as hats and props and you’ll be laughing the day away!
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Pre-wedding themed shoot
Spice up your wedding album with a themed shoot.
Get yourselves in a picturesque location with a pair of themed outfits and away you go.
From a vintage farm look to classic Hollywood, this trend is set to be the biggest yet for 2016.
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Take yourselves through a once upon a time story book by snapping the very first scene of your story book.
There is a trend emerging in 2016 where grooms-to-be are capturing their proposals to their girlfriends on film without them knowing.
You can do this by arranging for a friend or photographer to be at the scene of where you propose taking memorable snaps.
So guys, if you’re reading, get a friend to capture the moment she says ‘yes’.
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