How to Look Best in Your Wedding Photos

by Jenny Evangelista August 05, 2015

One of the primary priority in preparing a wedding is selecting the right photographer. Of course, everybody wants to look amazing in their photos and among them are the couples. There are some questions to ask before you start looking:

The first question is what would your ideal wedding photo look like? Is it a traditional or artistic style. Once you decide, search for a photographer with the same style. Many couples are spending much for a wedding photographer, just to make their wedding photos look more appealing. 

So now, you already had your photographer. But the question is how will you look best in your wedding photos? Below are some basic tips on how to look amazing in your wedding photos.

Keep practice to smile. I know it's sounds ridiculous but it works because that means we want you to look natural and comfortable with it. Visit your dentist before the big day and get that sparkling white teeth.

Strike the Right Pose. Good body language means making your body parts speak the right way. To look your best in photos, you need to be deliberate with your body. Before every photo, roll your shoulders back and push your chest out a little to get that perfect posture every time. Avoid the dreaded double chin — it happens to everyone — by elongating your neck and lifting your chin ever so slightly. Smile more naturally by touching your tongue gently to the roof of your mouth right behind your front teeth. With all these little adjustments, remember to stay relaxed. Let the tension out of your neck, shoulders, forehead, and jaw by taking a few deep breaths.
Bring a Touch up Kit. During the event, your hair and make-up aren't staying up all day. You need to retouch yourself so have your maid of honor do carry the kit. The kits includes a lipstick with all that kissing. Shine control papera wedding requires serious shine control. Eye shadow. Waterproof mascara and eyeliner, just in case they don't stay put through the tears. Blush (you'll need to adjust it as the lighting changes—a lighter touch for day, a heavier one at night). A toothbrush and hairspray and hairpins, a must-haves if your updo comes loose.
Also, pack your purse with a few quick fixes, like a creamy lipstick that will keep your pout looking kissable all day long.s
Drink Water Lots Of Water. Chapped lips and puffy eyes aren't sexy. There's no way around it. So, make sure you're well hydrated, well fed, and well rested before going to the wedding. 



































































































































































































Jenny Evangelista
Jenny Evangelista


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