5 Wedding Poses To Use When Having Your Wedding Filmed Skip to main content

Are you planning your wedding and wondering how to make the most of your wedding film? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with three wedding poses that will make your wedding video look stunning.

According to Wedding Film veteran Daniel Miller, “the best shots to have are ones where there is minimal direction from the shooters, and the couple is just interacting with each other, being themselves.” For some couples though, being in front of the camera is unnatural and uncomfortable, and that’s okay!

5 Tried-and-True Wedding Video Poses

Whether you have a big, small, indoor, or outdoor wedding, some classic poses never fail. If you find yourself uncomfortable or unable to act natural in front of the camera, here are three videographer-approved go-to poses that always look amazing in your wedding film!

Joyce Olubimni | Reverent Wedding Films

Walking & Holding Hands

Holding your husband’s hand while walking through a door is a beautiful symbolic gesture of the step you two are taking into your new life joined together. As time goes on and you watch your wedding film, you’ll reflect on the years you have spent together. It will be a beautiful reminder of how you two have made it to where you are and that whatever has happened throughout your life, you still tackle it the way you started it: together.

The Classic Dip Kiss

This romantic pose is a timeless favorite that looks great on camera and captures the love between a couple in an unforgettable way. This wedding pose is a beautiful way to show off your bond and create a stunning image that will last for years to come. With careful planning and creative ideas, you can make sure your kiss-and-dip shot turns out just as romantic as you imagined.

Dancing or Twirling

Another wedding pose that never fails to impress is the twirl — whether it’s the bride twirling in her dress or the couple twirling together, this playful pose adds a touch of whimsy to your wedding film. Not to mention, if you’re not comfortable in front of the camera, dancing and twirling with your husband is a great way to loosen up!

Ashley Tanner Lawson | Reverent Wedding Films

If you two slow-dance together, it makes for a beautifully intimate scene that will bring tears to you and your loved ones years later. If the two of you are *ahem* “rhythmically challenged,” don’t let that stop you! Dancing together will still make for a heartwarming image of how comfortable the two of you are around each other while also helping you shake off the nervousness from being in front of the camera. Bonus tip: drone wedding videography is fantastic for documenting these special moments.

The Walk & Talk

This natural pose captures the couple in a relaxed and intimate moment, perfect for showcasing your chemistry on camera. Incorporating these wedding poses into your film will give you a beautiful and memorable keepsake to cherish forever.

The Reveal of the Bride

That first moment when you step around the corner to see your husband-to-be for the first time, you MUST get his reaction to seeing you in your wedding dress. It makes for one of the most beautiful moments of sincere emotion you can capture before the ceremony.

Bridal Reveal | Reverent Wedding Films

Get Camera Ready with Reverent Wedding Films

Your wedding film will be one of the most beautiful reminders of your wedding, giving you a chance to look back on the once-in-a-lifetime memories whenever you please. Whether you find yourself comfortable in front of the camera or not, your wedding video is one of the most lasting investments you can make for your wedding.

If you want to ensure your wedding video is shot by award-winning videographers who will give you sweet memories for years to come, contact us today!