Sunday, July 26, 2009

Wedding Day Pictures

Ok, so when Kevin and I got married I didn't think it was necessary to have a professional photographer there; my sister didn't have one and got some great pictures, and we didn't have the money for it. Click here for a post allll about my wedding. You can see that we had a great and unique wedding. I loved (and still do love) our day!

Today I have been unmotivated to do anything productive, at all. With the exception of reading numerous new blogs. A lot of which are centered around weddings, or at least the wedding was (definitely) an important event with details, pictures and plans having been posted about. I've noticed that having pictures taken away from the wedding location either before or after the ceremony is quite common. Granted Kevin and I have been married going on 2 years, this September... but is it completely ridiculous to have some photos taken of him and I now? I know the hair (for both of us) will be different, as would the location but is it unreasonable to want some great, beautiful pictures of us in that way? I've read that people have had many of these photo shoots days before or after their ceremonies so I wouldn't be the only one to have photos where the bride and groom appear different from the actual day of the ceremony.

What are your thoughts?

5 comments:

Crazy Shenanigans said...

I love that you got married on a ferry boat!!!

My Army Brats and Me said...

Take tons of pictures every moment you can. Sweet blog:)

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Love your blog and your post about your wedding.....Will be back to read more later...

Erin said...

If you want pictures, then take them. Who cares when or where they are taken. I would love an excuse to get back in my wedding dress and to get all dolled up.

Do it and love every minute of it. Pictures are so much fun, just be sure to post some when you do!

Lauren B. said...

i didn't have a professional photographer either, and i really regret it. i say go for it!!!!! it would be a fun thing to do to celebrate your anniversary!