1. Enjoy the Day
You should not be consumed with worrying about pictures and details on your big day. It’s YOUR DAY, so do whatever makes YOU happy! Whether that means thanking guests in person or taking candid shots of yourself alongside the love of your life – just make sure to have fun while capturing those moments for posterity (and future kids). There will always still be plenty leftover from this special occasion even after everyone has gone home; don’t stress too much over getting every perfect shot because some great ones can only happen when things aren’t planned perfectly ahead of time.
2. Create a theme and build your wedding around it
To get the best pictures, you need to set a scene. Scenery usually makes up half of any photo itself – including where it’s being taken and what surrounds this venue; a perfect place for your ceremony or reception will give guests something great to take in as well! In order not just rely on surroundings when picking out locations though there are other factors too: Be specific about who is invited so everyone knows exactly why they’re attending (including their role), think through everything beforehand from flowers which flower should be used according-to theme if applicable? Centerpieces go without saying but don’t forget table decorations such as ribbons attached to candleholders filled with votives, candles, or even special candies that fit the theme to help create an atmosphere especially if it’s a themed wedding!