What is a first look?

A first look is a modern day wedding trend that has become increasingly popular in recent years. This special moment happens before the ceremony where the couple sees each other for the first time on their wedding day. It is a private and intimate moment that can be captured by a photographer. Many couples choose to do a first look to calm their nerves, have a special moment alone together, and to capture those genuine emotions. It can also allow for more time for photos and for the couple to enjoy their cocktail hour with their guests. In addition to being a beautiful addition to any wedding day, a first look can also provide practical benefits.

For one, it can help to alleviate some of the stress and anxiety that often comes with a wedding day. By having a private moment to connect with each other before the ceremony, couples can calm their nerves and feel more centered and present for the rest of the day. This can make for a more enjoyable and memorable experience for everyone involved. Another benefit of a first look is that it allows for more time to take photos. Since the bride and groom have already seen each other before the ceremony, they can take all their formal portraits and any other shots they want without feeling rushed. This can lead to more creative and beautiful photos, as well as less stress for the couple and the photographer.

Overall, a first look can be a wonderful addition to any wedding day. Whether you’re looking to capture genuine emotions, reduce stress and anxiety, or simply enjoy more time with your loved ones, a first look is definitely worth considering.

That being said as I say to allll my cutie clients your day is YOUR day and it should be whatever you want it to be with or without a first look. Enjoy these stunning photos of Leilani and Shanes first look and private vows these photos have my heart because you can feel the emotions through the imagery!!




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