25 Photos You'll Definitely Want From Your Bridal Shower
By: Nastassja Ferreira
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More thank likely, your shower invitation will be a beautiful keepsake — and, as the bride, you may not have received one! Ask your hostess to bring one so that you can see it, and have your photographer arrange an invitation shot for your album.
If you're hiring a photographer, think about the bridal shower moments you won't see — like all of your friends and family members arriving for the party. Your photographer can capture these moments for you to enjoy later.
How many days until you become a Mrs.? Each event during your engagement is one step closer to the big day. Let everyone know just how soon you’ll be saying “I Do!” — and take a picture so that you'll have a smaller keepsake than the oversized sign.
Your host(s) have put a lot of time into imagining your special event day and pulling togeher all the little details to make it come alive. You’ll always want to remember what those details entailed, so make sure your photographer captures all the magic.
Whether your shower is a surprise or not, you will be overcome with joy the first time you see all of your friends and family gathered to celebrate you. Designate someone to capture that moment on film.
Grab your bridal party for a quick photo op. Take a few group photos, as well as individual pics with each bridesmaid. You can also use these pics later to introduce your bridal party to all of your guests on your wedding website.
This is also a very special time for the women in your life who have watched you grow from a little girl into a beautiful woman. Set aside a moment to take a pic with your mom or grandma or any other special women in your life.
Have your MOH collect the ribbons from your gifts to turn into a hat to wear at the end of the party. Don't want to risk messing up your hair? Your bow "hat" can also be held as a bouquet — and reused during your wedding ceremony rehearsal to practice carrying a bouquet down the aisle.