Bridal Editorial sessions tell your story. Romance is in the air and the anticipation of a lifetime together comes to a crescendo in the rush during the weeks leading up to your wedding, causing you to wonder: Is a bridal editorial  shoot necessary? After all, your wedding pictures share the beginning of your life and your whole story, right?


Shooting a Bridal Editorial session is important for several reasons.  One thing to note is, Bridal Editorial portrait  sessions are completely different from your wedding day portraits. Your wedding day photography documents your day and reflects moments from your day, wedding photography captures your wedding day story, Bridal Editorial portraits tells the story about you, together as a couple, your likes your personality it’s a visual narrative of  your love for one another.


Reasons why you would want to do these sessions?

This time allows you to be at ease and not rushed. You are already comfortable in front of the camera. It allows you to showcase your personality more, be more artistic and translate themes from your wedding day. Such as, you both love nature so much but didn’t have the time on your wedding day to drive up to your favourite spot on the hillside or beach, or the fear of getting your dress dirty in the wet sand. Maybe you wanted a nighttime shoot on the city streets but your wedding was during the day. The list can go on forever! Together we create story narratives that reflect the couples, we scout the locations, we style your session professionally with makeup, hair, props and at times a wardrobe stylist. This is a special time for you as a couple together to create something away from the throngs of loved ones and friends so you can look back on and remember your day as you intended it to be, using your photographs as a return ticket to the beginning of your forever.


Photographer: Photasia Photography Reimagined//Gown:Whyte Couture

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