15 Hours Wedding Photogs Captured Pure, Unadulterated Romance

Experienced wedding photographers have spent countless hours with brides and grooms who are head-over-heels in love.

So when we asked a group of photogs to send us the most romantic wedding picture they’ve ever taken, we knew we’d recieve some truly remarkable shots. Below, 15 beautiful photos and the stories behind them.

Authentic Eye Photography

“Jokingly, Laura told Josh she wanted to see a tear when she came down the aisle. Josh did not frustrate. He lost control of his feelings as Laura strolled down the long aisle with her dad. He couldnt wait for her to get to him, so he left the altar and met her halfway.” – Thea Dodds

Kristen Booth

“I had the groom step out of the shot so that I could get some bridal portraits. But when I brought my camera away from my eye, I ensure an even better photo. The groom was standing in awe of his bride, perfectly framed out by the waterfall. I switched to my wide-angle lens, stepped back a little bit and captured this.” – Kristen Booth

Theilen Photography

“Rebecca and Ryan have known each other their entire lives. Both are in power wheelchairs due to spastic paralysis. For their first dance, they sat together on a hand-made loveseat while their best man and maid of honor twiddled them around the dance floor. We could barely focus our cameras through the tears — genuinely incredible.” – Matt Theilen

Jonas Seaman Photography

“I was laying down in the street, trying to capture Angela and Diego’s silhouettes while they took a quiet moment together. Without any prompting, the bride began to lean backwards while holding onto the groom’s hands. It seemed like this moment of exhale, of letting go and trusting in Diego’s grip. I think the image looks like a fairy tale.” – Jonas Seaman

Molly Gilholm Photography

“I am hardly ever brought to tears at bridals, but these two attained that happen. They have spent a long time making sure that all humans have the same basic rights, and it was beautiful to see them be able to marry the person they love most in the world. True love always wins.” – Molly Gilholm

Maureen Cotton Photography

“The bride holding the microphone had just sang one of her bride’s favorite songs. She had been able to keep it a amaze and devoted a moving performance.” – Maureen Cotton

Samantha Clarke Photography

“Saneliso and Martin are college sweeties. On their wedding day, they were completely smitten with one another. Martin literally swept his beautiful bride right off her feet! ” – Samantha Clarke

Fiona and Bobby Photography

“In a land far, far away called the Blue Mountains of Australia — in the presence of rain, mist and the solitude of nature — Aubrey and Rad bonded their souls to one another.” – Bobby Aazami

Liron Erel Photography

“I’m not a religious person, but something about Rachel and Isaac’s wedding in Jerusalem altogether got me. The holiness, gentleness and kindness they reflected upon each other and their loved ones attained them shine all through the day.” – Liron Erel

Elle Danielle Photography

“I actually love this image; It was captured while Adrienne and Khalil privately prayed together during their first look.” – Elle Danielle

Belathee Photography

“The couple enjoyed a few moments alone right after their ceremony, only taking it all in.” – Dorothe Brand

Jonathan Connolly

“A great couple in love by the beach in Miami, Florida.” – Jonathan Connolly

Tracey Buyce Photography

“Greg has loved Kait since the 9th grade. You can feel the quiet power of that love and their unbelievable connect in this image. To caption this photo: ‘We’ve got this! ‘” – Tracey Buyce

Love and Water Photography

“These two lovers enjoyed a beautiful sunset on their wedding day. The speeches they devoted each other after dinner, under a Maui full moon, were so romantic that there wasn’t a dry eye in the room.” – Shawn-Marie Ravazzano

Laura Zastrow Photography

“Although this might look like a posed photograph taken in a studio, this was taken outdoors shortly after Tylor and Rachel’s wedding ceremony. The two of them, their love, and some beautiful sunlight is all we needed to make this simple yet stunning romantic photo.” – Laura Zastrow

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