The engagement season is such an important time in anyone’s life! Love is in the air and excitement for the future is abundant. You’re probably in all the feels and are wondering how to keep that feeling forever. Why not capture it? If you’re still on the fence about whether or not you’d like to have an engagement photoshoot session, we’ve created a list of three reasons why you should!
Why You Should Have An Engagement Photoshoot?
If the word “photoshoot” makes you cringe a little bit, this may actually be the perfect opportunity for you! Having an engagement session is a great way to get comfortable in front of the camera. Being able to do this photoshoot with just your fiancé and photographer around makes it easier to feel less pressure to get the perfect picture. The photographer will capture you and your fiance in your natural space without the extra distractions. Making it easier for when it comes to your actual big day!
One on One Time
If you’re engaged, it’s safe to assume that you’re on your way to the altar. The engagement photoshoot session is a great way to get to know a photographer. You’ll not only get to know their personality and how well you all work together, but you’ll also get a chance to see their photo capturing abilities. Once you receive that final product, you can then decide if they are someone you’ll want to book for the actual big day walking down the aisle. While emotions, nerves, and excitement can run high on your wedding day, engagement sessions allow for one-on-one time with no distractions to capture you both at your best. It’s a monumental day, so why not make sure you’re comfortable with at least one of your vendors?!
Content for Wedding Things
As you begin wedding planning, you’ll come to realize how important stationery is. That includes your save the dates, wedding invitations, or really anything you’ll be printing out that has to do with your wedding. We’ve found that a way to personalize them is by adding pictures of you and your fiance. Having those engagement pictures on deck and ready to be applied to your stationery will make creating the stationary that much easier!
Tell Your Story
When you have your engagement session, you have the freedom to capture your love story in a unique way. For example, you can have your photoshoot in locations that are important to your story. Locations like where you first met, had your first date, and even where you got engaged. It’s a great way to add a more personal touch to your photos and let your guests know a little bit more about the journey that it took to lead to your engagement!
Getting that one on one time with your photographer, having content for stationary, and telling your story are just a select few of the reasons to have an engagement photoshoot session. We suggest getting your photoshoot done soon after your engagement session to capture the full emotions. Good luck and CONGRATULATIONS!