1) The comfort of knowing exactly what you will look like in your wedding dress before your wedding. It’s great to know how your hair, make up, dress, shoes, and accessories (even your bridal bouquet) all work together- it’s like a dress rehearsal before the big day.
2) You get a relaxed and stress-free setting to explore how to become comfortable in front of the camera and how to interact with your photographer. Instead of working together for the first time on the wedding day, you and your photographer already have experience and can maximize the available time to get the best pictures possible without adding unnecessary stress to a wildly emotional day. You will feel more relaxed and comfortable on the morning of your wedding knowing that the photographer has already captured plenty of beautiful portraits of you.
3) Location Location Location: Different Backgrounds and change of scenery. Most of the time my brides get dressed and ready in their hotel room, which may not always be the most glamorous background for photos. The pre-bridal shoot will give you the opportunity to take your photos in a studio and/or a private outdoor setting that allows your photographer to control both the lighting and background.
4) The details: Your bridal session is also a perfect time to capture detail shots of the rings, mementoes and the dress and leaves more time on your wedding day for images of you and the wedding party.
Beautiful bride photographed at The Danversport Yacht Club by top New England wedding photographer, Sally Carpenter
bridal session in Woodstock, VT
Beautiful bride photographed by wedding photographer Sally Carpenter in Woodstock, VT
Beautiful Indian bride photographed at The Mansion at Cedar Hill by top New England wedding photographer, Sally Carpenter
Outdoor bridal photography by top New England wedding photographer, Sally Carpenter, Glen Falls, NY
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