10 Beautiful Bridal Shots You Can’t Forget To Take On Your Wedding Day

10 Beautiful Bridal Shots You Can’t Forget To Take On Your Wedding Day

Brides-to-be, Save These Captures In Your Mood Board Now.

ARTICLE BY : Nupur Sarvaiya


You got your perfect wedding lehenga. Your fineries are heirloom-worthy. Your makeup looks straight out of a magazine photoshoot. Your bridal suite is full of excitement and emotions. Your walk down the aisle is what dream Instagram reels are made of. From joyful to intimate, your wedding will come attached with several memorable moments. Here’s why you need the very best photographer to preserve all your memories, so you can relive your big day for years to come.
If you’re looking for a pro who’ll get every detail on the camera, reach out to Nick Rutter Photography. It is a Dorset-based, award-winning studio that has garnered goodwill for its elevated wedding photography in the UK and worldwide. Nick Rutter, the visionary and creative head behind the company, boasts over 15 years of experience and has captured celebrations, across continents and cultures.
Embracing colour and depth, Nick captures pictures that are as editorial as they are engaging. Guiding his brides, providing direction and the confidence to feel comfortable in front of the camera, he says his aesthetic lies in “focusing on the more natural coverage and creative with punchy colours more than posed.” Check out our favourite bridal portraits from Nick.  

Let your gorgeous outfit do the talking. Nick has beautifully captured these bridal shots, which put a spotlight on the intricate details. 

We love how candid yet artistic these images look, where the bridal can be seen dolling up herself. 

For brides who are camera shy, this wide shot of bride Abbie is one to bookmark. We love how he’s used the backdrop for a pop of colour. 

Another splendid option for introverts is the classic looking away photos. Nick has beautifully lensed the details too, from the outfit to makeup.

Among must-do bridal portraits, the getting ready ones are our favourite. Here, bride Becca is seen moments before getting prepped. 

What’s a traditional Indian wedding if not brimming with colour? Nick brings bride Saijal’s vibrant orange mehndi lehenga to life here. 

Illustrating pure authenticity and lots of haldi, bride Pooja’s close candid bridal portrait personifies how emotional wedding rituals are.

Whether modern or conventional, new or heirloom, jewels are the crowning details of your wedding look. Here, Nick has captured the polki pieces in all their glory. 

We are confident the back of your dress or blouse is just as thoughtfully designed as the front, so it totally warrants a shot of its own.  

There’s so much beauty in the simplicity of these bridal portraits. It is easy to practically feel bride Hannah’s bliss before her walk down the aisle. 


For more information:
Nick Rutter Photography
Instagram: @NickRutterPhoto


Tags : Wedding Photography  Wedding Photographer  Multi-cultural Photography  Indian Wedding Photography  Photographer 
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