Your honeymoon will always be your honeymoon no matter how many trips you take together as a couple before or after it. We know it sounds cliche, but it's more of a memory thing than anything else. So to make your honeymoon clicks last forever, we highly recommend hiring a photog for a day (if you can) and clicking some amazing photographs (or make your husband do it!). So here goes!
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Whether you want to make it steamy, fun or gorgeous, it's your call.. but getting these intimate shots clicked is something that's super trending these days and looks amazing too.
With an elaborate set up
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Setting it up beautifully in the day or at night with some candles and light is also a great way to get some amazing clicks, like look at this one!
A setup candid at an iconic location
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Freeze the iconic location forever with a creative and beautiful shoot. Be it Turkey, the Eiffel Tower.. frame a setup around it that's unique and timeless.
Getting hot and heavy
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Another great idea- get bold with a shoot like this outdoors! Looks straight out of a magazine, doesn't it?
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Get goofy in the water, in the snow or wherever you are and just show the good time that you're actually having! After all, marriage is also about fun, isn't it?
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An Insta-trend that has taken the world by storm is showing off the pretty location with the help of prettier food!
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Get a lust-worthy shot using some trending accessories like your own customised sun hat, or get super creative with something else!
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This hand-holding, back-showing style is still all over, and is easy to shoot too!
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Document your journey with photographs that are good enough for a postcard!
A sunset photoshoot
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A sunset or sunrise shoot is always a good idea, especially when it is by the beach!
ALSO READ: Tips & Tricks To Photograph Well On Your Honeymoon!