First look on your wedding

First look on your wedding ? We say YES !

Having a “First Look” on your wedding day—where the couple sees each other before the ceremony—can be a beautiful and meaningful experience for several reasons:


Intimate Moment

A First Look allows the couple to share an intimate and private moment together before the ceremony begins. It’s a chance for them to connect, express their emotions, and calm each other’s nerves in a more personal setting. Without the distractions and pressures of the ceremony

Capture Genuine Reactions

Seeing each other for the first time in a private setting often elicits genuine and emotional reactions. that may be difficult to capture during the ceremony. Photographers can capture the raw emotions, tears, and smiles as the couple sees each other. Create authentic and memorable images that beautifully document the excitement of the day

Extend Time for Photos

Having a First Look allows the couple to extend the time for their wedding photos, both individually and together. By taking photos before the ceremony, they can capture portraits, bridal party shots, and family photos without feeling rushed or constrained by the limited time between the ceremony and reception. This ensures a more relaxed and enjoyable photography experience, with ample time to explore different locations and poses.

Alleviate Stress and Anxiety

For many couples, the anticipation of seeing each other at the altar can be nerve-wracking. Having a First Look can help alleviate some of this stress and anxiety by allowing them to share a quiet moment together and reaffirm their love and commitment before the ceremony. It can help calm nerves, ease tension, and set a positive tone for the rest of the day.

Maximize Time with Guests

By taking care of photos before the ceremony, the couple can maximize their time with guests during the cocktail hour and reception. They can mingle, socialize, and enjoy the celebration without feeling rushed or pulled away for photos. They ensure that they make the most of this special time with their loved ones.


Ultimately, whether to have a First Look is a personal decision that depends on the preferences and priorities of the couple. Some may prefer the traditional approach of seeing each other for the first time at the altar. While others may value the intimacy and practical benefits of a First Look. Regardless of the choice, what matters most is creating a wedding day that reflects the couple’s love, joy, and commitment to each other.

Make every minute of the day, worth !

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