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Sunday, July 26, 2009

B&B Bridals

I had another fun photo shoot recently with a couple that's getting married in the next couple of weeks. I shot their engagements back in June up Big Cottonwood Canyon.

The new trend is to shoot pictures of the Bride and Groom in their wedding duds before the wedding. This is a bit untraditional because the Groom sees the Bride in her wedding dress before the wedding, I know, but it makes the wedding day a whole lot less stressful for everybody, photographer included. It eliminates the stress of getting your only pictures on the wedding day, when everything is stressful and going a million miles an hour, and everybody seems to need the attention of the couple, and also provides the opportunity to get some pictures in a cool location other than the wedding location.

This location is at Union Station/Historic 25th St. in Ogden, a very popular place for portraits. We had a ton of fun, even though I was stung by a wasp, the couple looked great, and the pictures turned out really well!

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