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12 Wedding Photos to Capture Before You Say “I Do”

Take a candid photo with your mom before wedding festivities begin.

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both families - I really want a photo with both sides together; and if someone cant be there or is deceased then have a picture of them

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Not sure who to include in your wedding photos? We have done the hard work for you! Get our checklist for family photo op combination ideas! {Krista A. Jones Photography}

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Life, love, and some other stuff.: so, you wanna see some photos? well you asked for it...

Get a picture with the Mother and Father of both the Bride and Groom. I'm really upset that I can't ever have this..

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Should I Tell My Mom That I Don't Like the Dress She Wants to Wear for My Wedding?

This is a beautiful picture. Plus, Janet, at first I didn't even notice that the mother's did not have the same length dress.

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i love the idea of a love cram-in fest :) i think this is the kid of image you cherish of your wedding party in 50yrs.

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The Bride and Groom with Both Sets of Parents: Somehow I missed that this was a thing. I went into the wedding not caring at all about the formal family photos. So I guess I didn’t put much thought into it. But now we have photos of us with Mr. Whale’s parents and us with my parents. I wish we had one photo we could put up that has all the parents in it. Read more: http://www.weddingbee.com/2013/10/29/wedding-photo-check-list/#ixzz2jA9Dzxeb

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12 Wedding Photos to Capture Before You Say “I Do”

The Groom and Dad: You won’t regret sending the photographer to check on the groom, because they’re sure to capture the perfect father-son moment. We can’t even deal with how sweet this is.

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