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  • Writer's pictureOliver Reeve

Taking the Worry Out of Posing for Your Wedding Videos: Fun Tips for Natural Moments

Photos are timeless keepsakes, but your wedding video? That's where the magic happens. It’s all about capturing the laughter, the whispers, the goofy moments, and everything in between. Here’s how to stop worrying about posing and start having a blast with these fun and easy tips!

1. Stay in the Moment

When the photographer says, "Look at each other and kiss," don’t treat it like a drive-thru window—stay in the moment! Keep gazing into each other's eyes, soaking in the love, and let the magic happen. Only look at the camera if you're specifically asked to. This way, you'll transition seamlessly from posed photos to genuine, heartfelt video moments.

2. Laugh It Up

Forget the camera exists. Seriously. Joke around, whisper sweet (or silly) nothings, and make each other laugh. Take a moment away from the wedding party chaos to just be yourselves. These spontaneous giggles and chats make for the best footage, capturing your true connection.

3. The Drunken Walk

Ever tried the "drunken walk"? No, you don't need actual booze. Just walk side by side and lightly bump hips. The natural laughter and slightly off-balance steps will create some hilarious and heartwarming shots. Plus, it’s a great way to break the ice.

4. Bridgerton Hand Kissing

Channel your inner Duke and Duchess with a little hand-kissing action. Hold hands, maintain eye contact, and give your partner’s hands some sweet smooches. Even if you're not usually romantic, the inevitable giggles and smiles will be pure gold on camera. Thanks, Bridgerton!

5. Forehead Touching

Touch foreheads and hold it there for at least 10 seconds while having a little chat. You might feel a bit silly at first, but this tender moment often leads to genuine smiles and some pretty adorable footage.

6. Dance Rehearsal

Why not practice your first dance? Twirl, dip, and laugh your way through a quick rehearsal. Not only will it make for some dynamic video moments, but it will also help ease any first-dance nerves when the real moment comes.

Remember, the goal of your wedding video is to capture the essence of your relationship—those little moments that make your love story unique. So, trust me when I say: the less you pose, the better. By following these tips, you’ll be able to relax, have fun, and let your true personalities shine through. And don’t be surprised if you spot me hiding behind a bush or wall—it's all part of creating those perfect, candid shots!

So, go ahead, forget we're there, and let the real you shine. Here’s to capturing the most authentic, fun-filled moments of your big day!

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