Creating the Most Romantic Engagement Photoshoot Ever

The moment you’ve been dreaming about since you were a little girl has finally happened – he popped the question! Be sure to take a few moments to enjoy your newfound status (and beautiful diamond engagement ring of course) because soon enough you’ll be looking to share your news with all your friends and family. And what better way to announce your engagement than with a photoshoot – a perfect way to show off your love (and your new diamond ring)! Deciding on the details of your photoshoot can be a little daunting – that’s why we’ve compiled the 7 best tips to create the most romantic engagement photos that you’ll love for years to come.


Save the Dates are the perfect way to spread the news that you’re engaged and that you’ve picked a date. It’s the first correspondence you’ll have with your guests and the ideal way to give them some much needed info. Using a photo of the two of you creates a unique and personal Save the Date that your guests are sure to appreciate. Stuck on creative designs for your Save the Date? Search Pinterest for engagement announcement ideas. 


No engagement photo shoot is complete without your diamond engagement ring close-up.Now is the time to show off that stunning piece of jewelry you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you have a rose gold halo diamond engagement ring or a vintage solitaire ring, it’s time for your new Best Brilliance diamond engagement ring to take center stage.


 Before selecting a location for your engagement photo shoot, consider somewhere significant for you as a couple. Perhaps where you had your first date, your first kiss or even the spot where he got down on one knee and proposed. Any of these places are part of your love story and would make a great location for your engagement photos. Going back to one of these romantic spots is sure to stir up sentimental feelings of for both of you – exactly what you looking for in your photos.


The hardest part of your engagement photo shoot  shouldn't be choosing what to wear. You’re be positioned in a number of poses, perhaps both casual and formal. So dress in something you like and feel comfortable in. Keep in mind the season too – you don’t want to be in a sleeveless dress in the middle of winter! The best photos are those which you coordinate your outfit with your partner, both in harmonious colors and in similar styles. You wouldn't want to be photographed in formal wear while he’s in summer shorts and a t-shirt. Consider a look you'd both wear when you’re going to a nice restaurant. 


It’s best to discuss the types of poses you want with your photographer before you begin the photo session. A few days before your photo shoot, check out Pinterest for some great photo ideas. The first few shots may feel a bit awkward so keep going and things will begin to feel light and fun. You don’t want your engagement photos looking forced – they should look natural and relaxed. Do your best to enjoy this experience and be in the moment.


Photo props can be a clever way to convey your message. A sign saying “I said yes” with a little kiss lets everyone know you’re ready to take the plunge!


If romantic photos are what you’re after consider taking some shots in black and white or sepia. If there’s a pose you’re in that is especially sentimental, then a black and white photo will really enhance that mood . Black and white photos are an ideal way to create a timeless appeal with your engagement photos .

Engagement photos are an everlasting keepsake that you’ll treasure for the rest of your life, and are the perfect way to share your joy with family and friends. Engagement photos may even be used as décor at your wedding! With these seven amazing tips, your engagement photos are sure to turn out perfect – so go ahead take your best shot!

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