Post # 1
I’ve been thinking a lot about whether or not I want to do a first look. I asked my fiancé and he said he thinks he’ll go nuts if he has to wait until I’m walking down the aisle. I, on the other hand, like the idea of the first time we see each other being during the ceremony…I feel like it’s supposed to be an emotional moment I guess. I’ve been perusing pinterest (probably way more than I should..I have finals to study for!) and I really like the idea of a blindfolded first look, it seems like the best of both worlds. Has anyone done this, or something similar? Would love to hear your opinions!
Post # 2
Here’s some pics for reference:
Post # 3
there’s a very similar thread about first looks going on right now. I’ve personally never seen real life blind folded pics so I dunno. That is essay too prop-y for my taste. We did a walk behind first look and the photos were still beautiful and the moment was very special.
Post # 4
I like the ones holding hands around a corner, but the blindfolds creep me out.
Post # 5
We’re going to do something like this but I’m not quite sure how we’re gonna execute it. We want to write vows for each other and read them to each other privately, and we will just use the standard vows in the ceremony. We want this to be a moment between us and not everyone at our ceremony. But we also want the first time we see each other to be when I’m walking down the aisle. We talked about the door or just standing or sitting back to back.
Post # 6
I have never even thought about a ‘quick touch’ (sounds so creepy! haha) without seeing eachother. If you can pull it off its actually quite a sweet idea. Like so much suspense!
I personally know I want to be nowhere near him until I am walking down that isle. It is just how I have always imagined it and I probably couldnt resist him if I felt him near.
Post # 7
Blindfolds would be sorta weird, at least for me.
I saw someone on Facebook who was holding a big bunch of those huge balloons,which covered most of her/her dress. When it was time to have the look, she let them go.