Your wedding photographs will have to include everyone who was there, and of course the bride and groom, and details of the wedding you'd like to remember - cake cutting, dress details, table arrangements, wedding favours, shoes, flower girls - the whole works. But if you don't know what you might want the photographer to shoot, here is a list you can refer to, and let the photog have a copy so they can tick off whichever they have or haven't done.
During your wedding day, it might be difficult to squeeze in time to attend to each and every wedding guest. One way to overcome this challenge is to set up a guest book, where friends and family can pen special sentiments to the happy couple. It's also a great way to fill in the gaps and relive the moments of your special day.
If you think being a bride is stressful, think of the wedding planner whose job is to design your day, keep your bridal party and vendors on schedule, avert disasters and do it all with a smile on her face. Sure her job may look like a lot of fun, bur we can tell you that it's not all wine and roses.
To spice up your photography skills, all it takes is research and the determination to learn and improve. You need to take advantage of sceneries, learn how to manipulate backgrounds and most importantly, take good pictures.