Wedding day photography is a day of moments. The day that has been planned and thought about for months or years, going over the little details of how things should look.
What flowers..... what decorations, finishing touches, presents, food, cake, guests, wedding venue, the list goes on.
When I get married then I want the photographer work to the same ethics as I have done for people on their big day. I want the fly on the wall approach to capture some of the unplanned moments as well as the traditional group shots.
I want the photographer to be able to direct me in what poses and positions look best for me and my fiance and to make me feel at ease and comfortable about having my picture taken (which I always normally hate).
All of those previous decisions which go into planning the day fade quickly in our minds, and this is why preserving the memory through wedding photographs really does matter.
I would want the story to be told through the images, so I can look back over the wedding photo's and bring back the memories with lucid clarity.
I would want this as this is what I produce for my clients.