This blog is for the groomsmen
Alright, guys, let's talk weddings. As a wedding photographer, I've seen my fair share of traditional, lame poses, and I'm here to tell you that being a groomsman doesn't have to be all serious and stuffy in front of the camera. In fact, it can be a lot of fun. In this blog, we're going to dive into some simple, not-so-traditional poses and ideas to make your role as a groomsman more enjoyable, with photos that'll make you proud to be a groomsman.
Before the big 'I do,' there's a lot happening behind the scenes such as figuring out how to tie a tie, how to fold pocket squares, and getting ready for your friend's big day. Those moments are golden, and they make for great memories that bring out the brotherhood you all share.
- A candid image of the guys fixing the groom's tie, throwing on his jacket, etc.
- Bring it in for a groomsmen huddle.
Being a groomsman is all about having the groom's back. And what better way to show it than with a few traditional photos? I'll prompt you guys to line up for a group photo, a handful of funny group shots, and some serious "Men's Warehouse" commercial style photos. After this, the rest of the day will flow according to schedule and you'll be back in front of the camera for Bridal Party Portraits.
- Groomsmen and Groom altogether
- A photo of each Groomsman with the Groom
From here on out, you're all working together in support of your brother on one of the biggest days of his life.
These photos aren't just for show – they're a reflection of your friendship, the laughs, and the bonds that make this day special. Lend a hand to the bridesmaids, grandmas, and moms of the day, stay attentive through bridal party portraits, and most importantly, enjoy this day with your friend - he'll never forget it.