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  • Writer's pictureRandal Martin

Finding that perfect wedding dress!

Finding the perfect wedding dress is a momentous occasion for any bride-to-be. It's not just about finding a dress that fits well and suits your style; it's also about how the dress will look in photos. After all, your wedding photos will be cherished for years to come, so you want to look and feel your best on your big day.

When choosing a wedding dress with photography in mind, there are several factors to consider. The silhouette of the dress can have a big impact on how it looks in photos. A fitted bodice and a flowing skirt can create a stunning silhouette that will look beautiful in both posed and candid shots. A-line dresses are flattering on many body types and can create a timeless look that will stand the test of time.

The fabric of the dress is also important. Light, airy fabrics like chiffon or tulle can create a soft, romantic look that photographs beautifully. These fabrics can also add movement to your photos, creating a sense of elegance and grace.

Another consideration is the color of the dress. While white is the traditional choice for wedding dresses, off-white or ivory can sometimes be more flattering, especially in photos. These colors can create a softer look that complements many skin tones.

Of course, the details of the dress are also important. Lace, beading, and other embellishments can add texture and visual interest to your photos. However, it's important not to choose a dress with too many embellishments, as they can sometimes look busy in photos.

Bride in wedding dress, standing in between vines. Photograph taken at a vineyard.
Bride showing off her dress

Ultimately, the most important thing is to choose a dress that makes you feel beautiful and confident. When you feel good, it will show in your photos, creating timeless memories that you will cherish for a lifetime.

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