Solo poses for brides in their wedding lehnga, take a look here!
• The mehendi pose
• The floor pose
• The back pose
• The jewellery pose
• The shy pose
• The Mirror pose
We understand your love for your wedding lehenga, and how you simply cannot get over it. No matter how graceful you look at your wedding, it is very important to capture all your precious moments. It is important to capture all precious moments in poses, which can make you look like a timeless beauty. So, before you get busy in the boring wedding rituals take out some time for these must have solo bridal poses.
• The Mehendi Pose:
Mehendi design on hands reflecting the mysterious and dark color of love is a bride’s most beautiful asset. So do not hesitate to show it off and pose with mehendi on your hand and even feet.
• The floor Pose:
Your photo in the floor pose is surely going to floor everyone. You sit on the floor and spread your lehenga to reflect your beauty. You will look nothing less than a fresh flower in this pose and do not forget to add your killing smile.
• The back pose:
Now it’s time to turn your back. A pose taken from behind with a picture background makes a superb treasure for the wedding album. Whether you are waiting impatiently for your groom to arrive or simply perform your rituals, make this picture a part of your album.
• The shy Pose:
Those downtrodden eyes and hiding her face with that ghoonghat is still a best – selling shot and portrays the bride in the most elegant and mesmerising manner.
• The Jewelery Pose:
You can show off your favorite jewellery by highlighting it. Be it your maang tikka, chooda, necklace, or even your nath.
• The Mirror Pose:
Making a bride move away from the mirror on her wedding day is literally a very difficult task. It seems as if the bride is asking “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most beautiful of all”. And thus, a bridal pose capturing these moments is a must-have in every album.
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