Getting Your Guy Ready for Engagement Photos
Worrying about your groom to act normal during your engagement session, may make you anxious. Some of our brides always are worry that their groom will not get into the whole “picture” thing. Don’t worry because the two of you are very photogenic than you think.
Brides are always surprised by finding out that their groom’s inner modeling skills. All too often to we hear from grooms about how worried they were before the session and tell us that they had a fantastic time. Hearing this is always music to our ears. When you allow yourself to have fun during your engagement session, your pictures are going to show that. Photos by Stephanie believes that every couples’ engagement session should always be relaxing and fun and not awkward and forced.
As you begin to prepare for your fun and relaxing engagement session, there are some things that you can do to help your husband-to-be know what to expect during your engagement session.
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It’s a great plan to sit down with your soulmate and show him a few of your favorite engagement sessions that Photos by Stephanie has captured. Then sit down next to each other and start scrolling through some blog posts or use our bridal guide. This will help him gauge what his expectations during your engagement session should be. It can’t hurt to start an engagement session inspiration board on Pinterest that match or have a similar style to your style.
BE ON TIME
When preparing for your session, always reminder the time of day you will be traveling to your session location and the cities you will be driving through. Number one rule is always to be on time by being a little early, because be late can lead to some frustrations. If that happens, it can affect everything, plus it could definitely put one of you in a bad mood! Our engagement sessions should always fell like a relaxing and fun date with your fiancé.
BE PATIENT AND HAVE FAITH IN HIM
For most couples, their engagement session is the first time they have had professional photos taken other than maybe for their high school or college yearbook. It’s a new experience, remember to have patience with him and don’t assume that he is going to have a bad time. You could be surprised on how much the two of you will enjoy your engagement session with Photos by Stephanie!
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