Had a blast at your Pre-wedding shoot, and bummed out that it’s all over? Worry not, because the hottest new trend of POST wedding shoots is what we’ve got! This trend is picking up fast among the newlyweds and it’s here to stay, In fact, it’s basically couple goals in a fab way. So, as Holi is right around the corner, we thought why not combine the two. That way you get some amazing post wedding shoot worthy photos for you. A perfect opportunity to celebrate your first holi together while capturing your moments for insta too. We shortlisted our top 5 photos that you NEED to get at your holi party to with your own DIY post wedding shoot that you can totally do!
Turn your HOLI into a Post Wedding Shoot – Holi Photos You NEED with BAE For Your First Holi!
Here’s our shortlist of 5 easy photos types that you can dupe so that your fist couple holi post lives up to the hype 😛
The Single colour monotone gulaal pose
Before you go crazy with all sorts of pakka colour on you, get a shot like this where BAE smears oodles of just a single colour on you!
Get your friends by your side and make a fab entry just like you did as groom and bride!
It may not be your wedding but it’s still a first for you, so let your gang make you feel special and help create this fabulous photo with some smoke bombs for you
Get Carried Away!
Absolutely one of our favourite holi shots is the one where bae carries you in his arms – be it out of sheer naughtiness or love – this pose has oodles of charm!
The Artistic One – A simple pose After all the fun
Just a plain background, BAE and you – show off all the colours married life has got for you 🙂
Caught in the Act
A capture of you both just enjoying yourself having full masti is a great photo to post too. Why not? if the fun of holi defines you two 🙂
There you go, these are totally our favourite holi style photos we’ll have you know! Make sure you get atleast one of them to capture your holi celebration and share, after all you need an instaworthy photo to remember your first holi as a pair 🙂
Featured Image source – Busy Bee Studio (Kinjal & Shashank) | all photo sources mentioned on the photos (click to view)