19 Photos You Must Take with Your Groomsmen!

Fixing the bow tie

The groom & groomsmen looking into the mirror while getting ready

Groom having fun with his groomsmen as they get dressed

The groomsmen gang in matching bow ties

The Hands-crossed Stance

The serious photo

The goofy selfie

The groomsmen cheering for the bride & groom

The goofing around photo

Groomsmen posing with the bride & groom

The bride coming to get her groom midst his groomsmen

The groomsmen following the groom & his bride

Heading to the Ceremony

V formation with the groom positioned front and center

Cheering the groom as he enters

The themed photo

Crazy costume dance

Throwing the groom up in the air

Throwing the groom up in the air

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Wedding photographers love taking photos of grooms with their groomsmen on their big day. What’s mostly challenging is that groomsmen prefer to keep the photo sessions short and nice. For that reason, photographers plan their shots beforehand to get the job done smoothly for everyone’s sake. 

It’s another thing entirely when it comes to the bride with her bridesmaids’ session. Women like to take their time getting ready and they love to pose and to take their photos taken on such special occasions. On the other hand, guys tend to be quicker and would prefer to get to the more fun part of the wedding. It’s up to the photographer to capture the classic shots s/he needs and then lets the groomsmen head off to enjoy the festive.  

Read more: How to Choose Your Bridesmaids & Groomsmen

First, the photographer takes shots of the groom getting ready with his groomsmen. Most popular shots are when they are just hanging out in the dressing room, or tying the groom’s bow tie, or the reflection of the groom and the groomsmen looking into the mirror while getting ready together. 

The second most fun shots are taken outside in daylight after they all get ready. These shots could be a combination of a straight-faced serious photo making the groomsmen look extra handsome or the groomsmen showing-off matching accessories. Other popular shots are the V formation where the groom is positioned front and center, the hands-in-pocket-stance giving this James Bond feeling.  

And just before the ceremony, the photographer captures the final touches where the groomsmen straighten the groom’s tie or collar, head towards the ceremony together, and finally walk down the aisle.  Lastly, the celebration photos are taken which are the most fun and spontaneous. 

Here are 20 fun photos you must take with your groomsmen on your big day no matter what! 

 

Credits:

Mangawy Owes Photography

Fakhr Eldien Photography

Mahmoud Hossny

Amr Samy Photography

Chronicle Studios

Ramy Mazzika

groom groomsmen wedding_photos before_the_wedding wedding_photographer

Wedding photographers love taking photos of grooms with their groomsmen on their big day. What’s mostly challenging is that groomsmen prefer to keep the photo sessions short and nice. For that reason, photographers plan their shots beforehand to get the job done smoothly for everyone’s sake. 

It’s another thing entirely when it comes to the bride with her bridesmaids’ session. Women like to take their time getting ready and they love to pose and to take their photos taken on such special occasions. On the other hand, guys tend to be quicker and would prefer to get to the more fun part of the wedding. It’s up to the photographer to capture the classic shots s/he needs and then lets the groomsmen head off to enjoy the festive.  

Read more: How to Choose Your Bridesmaids & Groomsmen

First, the photographer takes shots of the groom getting ready with his groomsmen. Most popular shots are when they are just hanging out in the dressing room, or tying the groom’s bow tie, or the reflection of the groom and the groomsmen looking into the mirror while getting ready together. 

The second most fun shots are taken outside in daylight after they all get ready. These shots could be a combination of a straight-faced serious photo making the groomsmen look extra handsome or the groomsmen showing-off matching accessories. Other popular shots are the V formation where the groom is positioned front and center, the hands-in-pocket-stance giving this James Bond feeling.  

And just before the ceremony, the photographer captures the final touches where the groomsmen straighten the groom’s tie or collar, head towards the ceremony together, and finally walk down the aisle.  Lastly, the celebration photos are taken which are the most fun and spontaneous. 

Here are 20 fun photos you must take with your groomsmen on your big day no matter what! 

 

Credits:

Mangawy Owes Photography

Fakhr Eldien Photography

Mahmoud Hossny

Amr Samy Photography

Chronicle Studios

Ramy Mazzika

groom groomsmen wedding_photos before_the_wedding wedding_photographer

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