The Bridesmaid Kiss

The Bridesmaids Kiss

Photo by , a Mount Vernon, Washington (USA) wedding photographer at Bella Vita Creative.

The guests on the dance floor had formed a circle and everyone was taking turns doing their thing in the middle. Not to be outdone, these two bridesmaids took their turn dancing and ended with this, mimicking the bride and groom kiss. Love the faces in the background!

Taken with a Nikon D750 and Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm 1.8, ISO 1000, 1/100, 2.8.

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The Simple Laugh

The Simple Laugh

Photo by Brian Schindler, a Charlotte, NC, USA wedding photographer at Brian Schindler Photography.

The bride, Katie, had just put her dress on and sat down to read a note from her husband and tears flowed instantly. Her mother watched from the doorway until she was done and went to sit next to her, hold her, and joyfully cry with her about the journey that Katie was about to head off on. As soon as her mom sat down, she smiled, they both laughed, and that’s where this beautiful moment comes from. Nothing but pure, simple, and radiant joy. I’d shoot this moment a thousand times over and still not be bored of it.

Taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and Canon 50mm 1.2L, f/2.0, ISO 800, 1/400

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The Bouquet Balance


Photo by Amilia James, a Nashville, TN wedding photographer at Amilia Photography.

We were waiting for the groom and groomsmen to arrive for bridal party photos and the bride and bridesmaids started seeing who could balance their bouquet on their hand for the longest! Hilarity ensued.

Taken with a Canon 6D and Sigma 35mm Art Lens.

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The Time Out


Photo by , a Pittsburgh PA wedding photographer at Jess Vogelsang Photography.

The bride’s veil fell off during the ceremony and she sat down and adorably signaled the efficient to hold on while her bridesmaids quickly worked to fix it.

Taken with a Nikon d700 and Sigma 35mm 1.4, 1/200 sec at f2.2 ISO 1600.

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