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Make Sure You Look Beautiful On Your Wedding Photos

Date Published: Oct 18, 2016

There’s no day that’s more important in your life than your wedding day, an occasion filled with joy where you’ll promise yourself to your better half for the rest of time. It’s a day that you’ll remember forever when you’ll be surrounded by all your friends and family. Needless to say, a lot of planning and hard work goes into making a wedding day special, and that means you’ll no doubt want every aspect of it to be perfect.

Of course, now that you’re fast approaching the day, you’ve probably already sorted out the finer details such as the venue, luxurious transport and seating arrangements. You’ve probably already bought the wedding cake and hired a professional photographer, and while your photographer will be able to capture the very best moments of your wedding, it’ll be mainly down to you to make sure you look gorgeous in each picture.

This article will give you a few top tips on how to look great in each and every picture. After all, you will be holding on to those pictures for the rest of your life, and you’ll certainly want to look your very best in them.

Top Tips for Top Photos

Just to make it clear, these tips aren’t going to suggest anything drastic such as having surgery or working out for 15 hours a day prior to the wedding, they’re just going to let you know how you can bring out your natural beauty in all of your pictures.

  • Make sure you are made up to perfection – This is your wedding day, so you’ll obviously want your hair and makeup to look amazing. Some people hire professional makeup artists for their wedding day, but you’ll also want to check out some fantastic hair styling techniques at to make sure your hair looks fabulous.
  • Don’t show off a double chin – If you’re not careful with how you pose, you’ll look like you have a double chin in some or all of your photos. Make sure that doesn’t happen by elongating your neck when it comes to photo time.
  • Don’t close your eyes! – We’ve all seen pictures of a group where one person’s eyes appear to be half closed. That’s the last thing you want on your wedding photos, so make sure nobody blinks when pictures are snapped.
  • Prevent red eye – Sometimes, there’s very little you can do to avoid having red eye on photos, but it will help to look at a bright light just before photos are taken so that your pupils dilate.
  • Be yourself – It might sound cliché, but you want to look as happy as you are in real life on your photos, and that means smiling naturally.

As we’ve said, there’s no day more special than your wedding day, and that means every aspect of it needs to be perfect, including your photos. Take the above tips on board and you’ll be happy to look back on your special day with joy forever.