Must Have Photos For Your Indian Wedding

Apr 03, 2020
Susan R.

The wedding day is one the most important days in a couple’s life. It is a celebration of you becoming one with all of your loved ones in the most beautiful, detailed, and well planned way. Your wedding photos should capture all the details, emotions and precious moments from your big day as you envisioned it to be. These photos should also add to your love story and journey of your relationship, not just with your partner but also with your loved ones.

To ensure your wedding is photographed in the way you’ve always dreamed of, it is important to work with your photographer to build a shot-list or have an idea of which photos you would definitely want from your big day.

Here is a list of the Must-have wedding photos that will capture your special day without missing any details:

Getting Ready!

  • Bride’s Lengha and all the accessories
  • Mom getting the bride ready
  • Bridesmaids adding the final touches to the bride
  • Don’t forget your furry friends

Bride with her dupatta on.

First look with your family

Family portraits at home

Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Decor & Details

The Groom Dancing with his Baraat

The Groom’s blessing from the Bride’s parents

The Groom’s reaction to Bride’s reveal/entrance

Getting the big picture with a wide shot at the ceremony

Details of all the traditions during the ceremony

A glance at each other during the ceremony

And they’re married! – Family & friends throwing flowers at the Bride and Groom

Candid moments and emotions from the family

The Bride leaving during the Doli

Father/Parents of the Bride saying goodbye at the Doli

Bridal Portraits

GQ shot with the groomsmen

The Bride Squad having fun

Bridal party celebrating with the couple

The Twirl – Bride twirling her lengha

Let’s get intimate – beautiful portraits of the Bride & Groom

An epic wide angle shot of the Bride & Groom


Reception Details – decor, cake, table settings and receiving table

The First Dance

Cutting the cake

Parents & immediate family during speeches

Reactions from Bride & Groom

Big Group Photo on the dance floor

Written By:
Susan Ramroop, Beyoutiful Beginnings
Rominder Saini, Flashing Lights Photography

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