9 Uniquely Creative Prenuptial Shots

December 05, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Wedding buzz can create such an exciting moment for the happy couple. The happiness and joy can’t be contained that they have to be shared through invitations and even prenuptial photography.

But how do you come up with a prenup shoot, much less figure out what kind of theme to go for? Here are 9 uniquely creative photos to draw inspiration from.

#1

 

The word “love” looks like a bridge connecting the couple together, not matter how far they are in this shot. Plus, their outfits seem to be inspired by Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Simple, yet creative.

#2

 

This image of Kyla and Rich Alvarez is striking and moving in many ways. For one, the shot of them with their hands clasped tightly, walking along a road, conveys a powerful message that they are ready to face to whatever life throws at them together.

#3

 

Photographer Amanda Rynda captured the quirkiness and intimacy of this moment between the couple in this zombie-themed shoot. A “dead” zombie, sepia color tone, and a bit of artsy intuition – like not including their heads in the photo – was a nice touch.

#4

 

Jervy Santiago did a fantastic job of capturing the realism and grittiness of this prenup. Kudos to the props! The guns look real. If you’re wondering, by the way, this is another good example of a zombie-themed prenuptial photoshoot.

#5

 

This picture of Paolo and Sam Valenciano portrays the couple’s love of arts and all things Star Wars. Prenuptial shoots can also be avenues to express the husband-and-wife-to-be’s shared interests.

#6

 

Rarely do you find a Star Wars-themed prenup shot that commits. But when you do, they look fantastic like this photograph, especially with the costumes and lightsaber. You cannot have a Star Wars-themed prenup without one

#7

 

Heavily stylized with make up and play of light and shadow, this photograph transports you into an otherworldly realm, which was a goal the photographer achieved.

#8

 

The contrast of the green foliage in the background and pale white foreground work together in order to make the couple stand out. The costumes look amazing, too. It’s like you half-expect Sweeney Todd to suddenly appear in the photograph and cause all kinds of unspeakable terror.

#9

 

This photograph of bride-to-be Rexa captured by Jowell Mariano in a 1920’s-themed prenup looks absolutely stunning! She projects so well, it’s as if we’re looking at a colored version of a photograph taken in the 1920s!

 

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