Ok, so you already know all of the traditional beach wedding photos that every couple who wed need to take - the family photos, the bride with her parents, the groom with his family etc etc.
But what about some really great photos just of the two of you on the beach?
We know the beach is a great venue for your wedding photographs, but besides just using the beautiful backdrop, make your pictures really special with some of these great ideas:
This is an utterly romantic photograph and should be on every seaside bride's list of must haves. It is easy to incorporate and can be contemplative like the example above or it can be more fun with the couple laughing and having fun.
These can make great beach wedding photos and can take on many forms.
You can have the groom hold the ring and make sure to feature the bride in the background like the picture above, or have the couple inside the ring together. You could even have the couple framed by both his and her rings.
A great way to showcase your ring/s.
This is kind of a standard, but since a beach wedding is a little less stiff and formal you can plan to make this monumental moment in your ceremony extra special and photo worthy by making it passionate and enthusiastic.
This is such a sweet moment and shows a deep caring between the couple. With the sea in the background it really highlights the bride and groom and looks fresh and light.
A must have for all wedding photos and a beach wedding is no exception. There are many ways to do this picture. The one above incorporates a nice little dip and catches that moment just before the kiss with the ocean in the background.
You can also have the two of you lying in the sand or try an upside down version.
This is definitely not one you want to frame and send to your in-laws, but it is a great memory and you will love looking back at this one day. The deserted shoreline makes for great sexy photographs, but your dress might just get a little bit wet if you want to follow the example above.
This is another absolute must have if you can take advantage of a beautiful sunset over the sea. The colors are gorgeous, the light is just right and the photos will be unforgettable!
These beach wedding photos are so great and a lot of fun to take too. You will need to decide on this beforehand so that you can organize to have some helium balloons on hand when you do your photographs.
You also need to have personalities that are not camera shy and you should be able to act a little.
Have them in your chosen colors or pick a bright and vibrant color to contrast with the subdued palate of the sea, the shoreline and your white dress.
Yes, some photos are romantic, passionate, fun and active, but there is something really special about a quiet moment just enjoying the sunshine and the beach together - totally chilled and happy.
Really cute, but you will also need to remember to bring a frame or ask your photographer if he/she already has something like this.
There are also some options you can choose from. You can either hold the frame together, or you can get your attendants or flower girl and ring bearer to hold it for you while the two of you pose. Another option is to wedge it askew in the sand.
The rings in the sand is a classic, but personalize it a little more by making your hand prints in the sand before placing your rings on the appropriate fingers. So cute!
Spell out your love for each other in a really cute and expressive way in your beach wedding photos. Either form a heart with your arms like the example above, do it with your hands or actually spell it out using your fingers. L with the thumb and forefinger etc etc.
Make sure he never forgets the wedding date by writing it out and photographing it in a clever way.
In the photo on the left here, the bride and groom have written their date on three helium balloons, but you can also write it in the sand (maybe inside a heart, on a surfboard (if both or one of you is a surfer)or a string of little flags.
If your wedding will go into the early evening and you still have your wedding photographer available, then these are must do beach wedding photos. It can be any photo - a stroll on the beach, a kiss, a fun photo, but there is just something truly magical about moonlight on the beach.
If you want to show your bouquet or your shoes off in a nice way, then this is quite a cute little photo to take. The bride and groom are facing each other, either kissing or just with her arms around his neck, but you see only their feet where she is standing on her toes to reach him.
Another really fun shot is this one where the groom piggybacks the bride. Relaxed, informal and a great memory!
If you will have the tide going out, then this shot should be easy to achieve. With the incoming tide it might be a little more difficult, so plan well.
This has also become quite a standard with many photographers, but not with all, so if you want to include it discuss it with you photographer. It looks especially great on a beach with the sea in the background and can be just the bride and groom or the whole wedding party.
Sunglasses and the beach go hand in hand, so why not incorporate this seaside must have into your beach wedding photos too? It's fun!
Take some beach wedding photos you can send to your parents and your in-laws that really expresses without a doubt how grateful you are for all they have done for you in making your big day a reality (especially if they have given you monetary support). Make this sign out of card, wood or a string of flags or helium balloons.
If you want to add some more great looking photographs to your must have list then check out the next 20 beach wedding photos.
Also have a look at our Pinterest Board where we add new ones all the time:
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