Wedding is the most beautiful thing that happens to a couple. It not only brings joy but it also prepares oneself for different adventurous trials. The moment being enjoyed are always treasured in the form of photos. Earlier wedding photos would be mounted in an album, and in every family get together, each photo would narrate hundred of stories. After few years there were two or three photos, which finally remained in hand and go to a photo frame. As years passed the concept of taking photos changed and the Orthodox marriage beliefs have been broken to some extent and now there are lot of revolutions when it comes to photography.
In Indian custom where 60s and 70s generation couple would hardly see or meet the person whom they would marry before wedding, later on exchanging of letters, and phone calls broke that system. Now the generation completely gel with each other, so that they understand their partner very well.
One of the most creative way of knowing the partner happens through pre-wedding photoshoot. Pre-wedding pictures are a lot like engagement sessions. They take place before the wedding day or any time before a couple’s wedding date. Many photoshoots are theme-based where the couple selects the location, costume, attire and also photographer. They even announce the date and day through this shoot and it comes in varieties of concepts from theme based on glamour/tradition.
Though the cost of shoot might be expensive, couple would choose the concept shoot as it makes them come alive. It also allows them to know each other’s decision-making process, and understanding level. This concept eleminates the level of shyness and brings out more compatibility.
Pre-wedding shoots are for those who want good pictures of togetherness; without the hassles of the heavy wedding attires, make-up, ornaments, umpteen number of people around, and the annoying selfies. What’s most important for a couple is making as many happy memories as possible. Before the wedding day, couple generally get very little time to spend with one another owing to the hectic outfit trials, vendor meetings and shopping schedules. A pre-wedding shoot is a good opportunity for couple to bond, and spend some quality moments. However this concept is highly trending and amid the fad it might sometimes become controversial. People who spent successful years together always believe that a successful marriage life includes understanding each other, accepting the partner the way they are and also the contentment of their relationship.
The wedding life is more beautiful when people enjoy the present moment but now it has reached to a state where the number of likes, and comments describe the value of a relationship. So there is no living in the present and focusing more on what’s happening instead people are apturing it all the time and posting it to have a happening social life.
In this context, there is no doubt that prewedding photoshoot keeps the relationship both alive and energetic, but it’s always about how do they live their rest of the life in their marriage matters at the end of it all!