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I'm a follower of Christ, wife, mother, published wedding photographer, sweet tea enthusiast and I have a slight obsession with Joanna Gaines. 

Together, my husband, business partner + favorite hand to hold, Trevor, and I make Kayce Stork Photography + Films.

I enjoy writing here on our online journal and sharing the knowledge that I've learned over the years in the wedding industry with not only my couples, but anyone who want an extra hand to hold during this amazing, yet busy season of life!

In my career, I've photographed everything from newborns to a past United States President, but my passion and focus has been for the wedding industry for over the past 5 years. I truly love this calling and feel blessed each day!

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Timeless Thursday’s | Pass Christian Wedding Photographers

Wedding

July 12, 2018

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For most couples, the ceremony is such a whirlwind of emotions that couples can hardly remember the process once it’s over. For this reason, the ceremony photos can be some of the most important and intimate images from your wedding day. You’ll want to make them the best possible! Here are 5 tips to help!

 

1. Practice

You won’t be able to watch yourself walk down the aisle but you can practice your facial expression in a mirror. Study your face and learn which angle you like best so you know how to hold your head just right for those stunning images.

2. Look Up

Nerves can get the best of any bride or groom and this often leads to looking downward at the ground. Remember to keep your head up during your ceremony as much as possible so the photographer can capture flattering images of your entire face.

3. Laugh

Or at least smile. Again, because nerves can take over many couples forget to even smile during their ceremony. Keep a funny thought or joke in your head that will remind you to laugh a little or at least smile.

 

 

4. Be Yourself

It can be hard not to be self-conscious on your wedding day because you want everything to look and run perfectly. Don’t let the worry translate through to your images. Instead just be your best self, forget about how you are supposed to act and be true to who you really are. This will lead to beautiful photos that show genuine emotions and are more reflective of who you and your significant other are.

 

 

5. Forget About the Camera

Stay in the moment and trust that your photographer is doing their job to capture all the right moments. Don’t worry about finding the camera or looking in the direction of it instead focus on the person you are about to say “I Do” to. Remember to simply savor the moment and your photographer will capture the memories.

 

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I'm a follower of Christ, wife, mother, published wedding photographer, sweet tea enthusiast and I have a slight obsession with Joanna Gaines. 

Together, my husband, business partner + favorite hand to hold, Trevor, and I make Kayce Stork Photography + Films.

I enjoy writing here on our online journal and sharing the knowledge that I've learned over the years in the wedding industry with not only my couples, but anyone who want an extra hand to hold during this amazing, yet busy season of life!

In my career, I've photographed everything from newborns to a past United States President, but my passion and focus has been for the wedding industry for over the past 5 years. I truly love this calling and feel blessed each day!

Grab a sweet tea, or your drink of choice, and take a look around!




I'm kayce!

Hey!

I'm so glad you're here!