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12 Photos you have to get as Bride & Groom

When you are meeting with your photographer make sure you are getting the shots you want. Make a list of certain photos you cannot live without. You want to remember your day more than anyone, have it done right!

The Detail Shot

These kind of shots are made to show those little details of your dress or his tux. These items are all so special, you only wear them once!

The Full Body Shot

Show off your glam from head to toe!

The Veil Shot

Something about the veil photo that shows the true intimacy of the bride & groom.

The Intimacy Shot

Show off your spicy side! As bride & groom, you have the full go ahead!

Down the Aisle Shot

Let’s be real, every bride wants their SO to tear up at the end of that aisle!

The “We just got hitched” Shot

The feeling of true joy emanates from these types of photos!

The Nature Shot

Nothing is as magical as getting married in the forest.

The First Look

This moment, feels as though it can last forever.

The Dog Shot

OMG, DOG AT A WEDDING.

The Glam Shot

Being honest, you’ll look hot on your wedding day, capture it right.

The Pure Joy Shot

These photos are my favorite as the bride & groom are living their best life and they know it and want to show it!

The Ceremony Shot

Lastly, don’t forget about the ceremony shot. The moment where you two become entertwined for life!

Love,

Nebraska Wedding Day

Forever Kearney — Vintage Looks for the Modern Bride

Love a vintage/modern bridal look? Check out this styled shoot with vintage rings, a maroon tux, and a lovely cake! Kristina E. Photography did a wonderful job capturing the true magic of timeless themes, whilst being in a modern town like Kearney.

CREDITS

Venue – Kearney Floral Company
Gown & Tux – Hello Beautiful Bridal & Formal Wear /  Megan Wegner Goeke / Jenna Lukasiewicz
Gown – Allure Bridals
Tux – Tip Top Tux
Jewelry – Hawthorne Jewelry – Personal Custom Jewelry
Hair – Styling by Beth / Beth Limbach
Makeup – Vanessa Chavez / Beauty by V
Tallent – Lauren Pritchard / Cory Flaig
Invites/Stationary – Bloom Ink Co / Kristen Miller Bloomquist
Cake – MAD Cake Art
Floral – Kearney Floral Company
Photographer / Art Director – Kirstina Kouma Quintana Kirstina E. Photography

 

Love,

Nebraska Wedding Day

7 Unique Bridesmaid Styles

They are your best friends and confidants. You know you want them to look FINE on your wedding day to compliment your GLAMOROUS gown! Here are 7 styles that you can get inspiration from for your big day!

Boho Bridesmaids

Love earth tones and lace? This is the style for you, boho is a beautiful trend that compliments every body type, skin tone, and hair color!

Blushing Bridesmaids

Pink is always in. It’s the color of love and romance! “SO FETCH!”

Floral Bridesmaids

Don’t forget about florals! Add them into a mix and it sure will complete the look.

Classic Bridesmaids

Want something a little more formal and clean cut? These black bridesmaid dresses bring that crisp, formal look you are searching for!

Neutral Bridesmaids

Neutral tones are always a good choice, especially when you have bright colors in your bouquet!

Short Bridesmaids Dresses

Show some leg girl!

All White Everything

Have your girls beam in white just like you! Except you’ll still be the vocal point, no worries!

Love,

Nebraska Wedding Day

French Provincial Inspiration

As Americans, we are drawn to the French lifestyle and culture. It has been around for so long and their style still rings true: eclectic and timeless. Sam Areman really took that inspiration and created this shoot with other vendors in the Lincoln/Omaha area. You can create the vibe you want anywhere you want as long as people are there to support you and give you the tools you need! Here is what Sam Areman has to say about shooting this editorial piece.

What was your inspiration for this shoot? 

I love European architecture and was inspired when I came across this building in central Lincoln. The pillars, blue hues, and historic feel reminded me of Paris; imagining french provincial moldings and furnishings. I sourced many items from antique stores, locating pieces that fit the french blue and vintage feel of the shoot.

What was your favorite part?

My favorite part of the shoot was working with talented vendors, many who are good friends. All of the pieces came together so perfectly, and I think that’s the magic of giving vendors some initial direction, and then a lot of creative freedom.