Congratulations on your engagement and now you’re well on your way to planning the wedding of your dreams. With everything that’s going on, it’s quite easy to overlook this once-in-a-lifetime experience and this is the perfect reason why you need to get on your back and plan a pre-nuptial photoshoot.

Still contemplating if it is worth it or not? Here are five reasons why you should not miss out on having your own engagement shoot.

You’ll be Closer With the Photographer

Your wedding photographer is more than just a man/woman with a lens and shutter! This is a person who will be with from the beginning of your wedding till the end, capturing intimate moments and special memories, witnessing and recording one of the most emotional, heartfelt moment of you and your partner’s lives.

Let’s face it if you don’t have a good rapport with your photographer, things can get a little bit awkward. An engagement session allows you to spend time with the photographer, use this opportunity to get to know them.

Get Comfortable Being the Centre of Attention

Whether you’re an extrovert who loves being in front of the camera or someone who is camera shy, getting to view a selection of professional photos prior to your big day will fill you with confidence. Once you have a chance to get used to being photographed and to relax into the process, you’ll be amazed at how comfortable and natural you can feel!

A Part of Your Wedding

Whatever purpose you choose the photos to be part of it can be a huge part of your wedding day. You can incorporate the photos taken from your pre-nuptial shoot in your wedding guestbook, backdrop, save the dates, and thank you cards, whichever option you go with, we’re sure that guests will absolutely adore.

Feeling more imaginative? You can tell stories through each of the guestbook’s pages with props that you’ve used during the engagement shoot.

It’s All Good Fun

Enjoy an unexpected bonding activity! Sometimes it can be hard to just find time just for the two of you when you’re not distracted by screens, crowds or last-minute errands. During your engagement shoot, you’ll be working with your partner, your teammate. Take this time to work and focus on one another. By doing these, photos will turn out for the better if you two just keep on doing what you do best – focusing on the connection and keep the love for each other.

Looking for a prenup photographer?

At Pepper Image, we want to make sure that every step of your wedding journey is a memorable one. That is why we would want to offer our services to you! Send an enquiry today and we’ll be sure to respond as quickly as possible. Can’t wait!

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