Fun Bridal Party Photos
After our first look and gifts, everyone else joined us for some quick photos. We also took some time after the ceremony, but I’m gonna put them all in one place. It is remarkable how quickly time moves when you’re taking photos. The hour we set aside disappeared like THAT.
We took some traditional ones:
But if I’m honest, those formal poses are among my least favorite photos in any wedding album. I much prefer the ones that show a bit of personality. Soooo:
The ladies show off our flowers:
Then our pretty smiles:
I get ridiculous with the boys:
There’s a party under my super fun veil:
We even took some ridiculous photos mirroring our favorite meme. It’s a long inside joke…but trust me, it’s hysterical.
And my absolute favorite:
From left to right: Microscope, Fresnel, Ravenclaw, Source4, me, Pokeball, Meyer, Cue, and Coaster
I wish I could truly put into words what it meant to have these wonderful people all there for us. Sharing this experience only made our friendships stronger. I know some people feel like big wedding parties can be a hassle, but we couldn’t have had a more positive experience. I adore each one of these individuals with my whole heart. Dreamcatcher wedding party, thank you again for being instrumental in making our day so amazing.
All photos by the talented Laurel Mountain Photography!
Dreamcatcher Tip #11: Choose your wedding party very carefully. They can really set the tone for the day, and previous events too if you have any! Also, don’t be afraid to ask for specific photos if you want them, even if they are ridiculous. No, I won’t get the meme photo as a large canvas print, but anytime I look back on it I know I’ll laugh.
- My dress almost doesn’t happen.
- I get by with a little help from my friends.
- We stumble through a rehearsal.
- We give some awesome gifts.
- Flow it, show it, hair, hair, hair, hair.
- Stuff gets sprayed on my face and makes me pretty.
- It takes one mom and six bridesmaids to dress me.
- A Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Dressed
- A look of the first variety.
- I forget I planned a gift exchange.