Be aware of the professional
The bride and the groom at the end of the day want to feel secure and confident that the wedding photographer that they have hired to capture their special day has done just that. With that in mind, as a guest you should make sure that you do not step in the way of the photographer while they are conducting their work.
Bride and groom getting ready
Having a candid camera capture the hectic morning of the bride and groom is a great idea. When looking back at those pictures it will remind the couple of how scared and nervous they were before actually getting married. Take a picture of little things can make the best picture. For instance the shows of the bride and groom, the hotel room hotel number, champagne bottles and so on. Documenting all that is going on around the bride and groom allows them to later go on and reflect on those memories when they are less busy and stressed out. Always keep an eye open for special items that have a significant meaning to the bride, groom or couple together. For instance if you are the parents house, have the bride or groom pose with their family pets or childhood toy.
At the church
The church is another great place to capture natural and candid photographs of the couple greeting their guests and receiving their gifts.
Grab an aisle seat if possible and Take pictures of the guests sitting around you. You could even take pictures the groom while he is waiting to see his bride to be walk down the aisle. Just remember, do not get in the way of the professional and distract those sitting around you. Photographers don’t always capture every moment at the wedding. Some they feel are just not important and the couple won’t buy them. However the couple would strongly appreciate it if close friends and family members