Would you let a photographer into your bedroom after your wedding night?
I've heard it over and over again: your wedding photographer is the most important investment that you can make on your big day. It's the one solid memory of your special time with family friends and your new husband that can be just as easily perfectly captured if you hire a really good photographer or completely ruined if you hire someone who is incapable of actually using a camera correctly.
A memory I never thought that people wanted to capture on camera, though, is the morning after that first wedding night. You know, after you consummate things and whatnot… but apparently that's a whole new trendy spin on the wedding album!
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To be honest with you, I can't decide if this is really sweet or really creepy. I mean, I'm a serious fan of photography and I can understand wanting to preserve a special, intimate moment between you and your man. The "Morning After" wedding album, taken days or even weeks into a new marriage, can look sweet.
In the photos published by the New York Daily News, the couples actually look cute. They're intimate moments and really sexy photos that I honestly wouldn't mind having myself. As one woman, Inna Shamis, who got the photos done points out, "When you get married, you're in the best shape of your life and why not have these memories."
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I can understand her point: you have all of these amazing formal photos of the two of you, so why not have some equally gorgeous intimate photos, too? That's a nice thought, sure, but what if someone else gets their hands on these? I mean, what if your mami sees the photo of you and your husband naked in the shower? I really don't think that's the kind of audience you had in mind! So, in the end, I think I might err on the side of caution and not opt to take advantage of this trend.
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