Every newly engaged couple knows about engagement sessions - I've never gotten an email from a future bride asking what an engagement session is. But bridal sessions don't have the same clout... even though they totally should. Bridal photo sessions tend to be a little bit more of a southern tradition, but I firmly believe that they're one worth preserving, and I'm here to explain why.
But first, what exactly is a bridal session? A bridal sessions where the bride gets dressed up in her wedding attire any time other than on the wedding day (usually 1-2 months before the wedding day). This timeframe ensures that the bridal photos can be edited and printed in time to display at your wedding reception! Some brides choose to display one grand photo, while others display small photos around the reception area. There are no rules when it comes to these sessions or how you display your images.
So, without further ado, here are the top five reasons that I think every bride should do a bridal portrait session.