A few ideas:
- antique furniture
- paper signs
- funny glasses
- your pets
- sports interests (golf clubs, fishing poles, riding boots)
- picture frames
Check out the pictures below to see how couples used a variety of props to enhance their wedding photos.
Via: Tulsa Shots
Your wedding is just one moment of your entire relationship, shouldn’t your pictures reflect that? Try adding props that tell a story about how you met or your favorite bonding activity.
Via: I Do Jour
With props you can incorporate members of your special day in ways other than your standard wedding party lineup.
Via: Side By Side
Who says you have to throw the rice?
Via: Wedding Heaven
The infamous mustache, need I say more?
Via: Ron Parks Weddings
Via: Modern Home Design
Via: Style Me Pretty
You may not be quite this invested in your photos but it’s a concept to work with and can easily be scaled down. The bride and groom could sit on the bench with boots acting as book ends. A vintage couch create a similar effect.
Via: One Wed
Other cute alternatives: “I’m His/Hers,” “I stole her heart.. So I took his last name,” “Finally,” and “Happily Ever After.”