101 Romantic Wedding Couple Poses Ideas

Romantic wedding couple poses form the backbone of your album and will serve as timeless fond memories from your wedding. However, when posing for your couple’s portraits, many couples find themselves lost and blank, and frankly worried given the multitude of romantic shots on social media and the pressure to emulate them. 

A good way to approach? Plan! 

Plan, plan, and plan. That’s our number 1 advice whenever you feel nervous about any wedding decision. Go through the romantic photoshoot for couples online and pick the ones which you love the most. Send them to your photographer and ask him if we have any ideas. In the end, pick around 20 poses that you’d want to do, which your photographer will also be able to perfectly shoot, and trust me, once the flow of the poses starts, the pictures will come out to be great. 

To help you further, here are 101 romantic wedding couple pose ideas to pick from! 

#1 Try this subtle embrace. This is a fun cute wedding pose for couples to recreate. It’s romantic but low-key so you can easily pose in front of your relatives and family. We love the bright background as well, which amps up the endearing element of the shot further. 

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#2 Now this shot perfectly depicts the cheekiness and the fun-loving nature of their relationship. The soft look into each other’s eyes and the playful shot is gorgeous and unique. 

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#3 This is a simple and romantic wedding pose for couples to get inspired. You just need to find some stairs around the area of your wedding. Although, even a slightly lifted surface can work for the shot. Besides the soft look, candid laughter can work in this shot too. 

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#4 While most romantic wedding couple poses involves the groom looking into the bride’s eyes, this one turns the usual pose around – for good. The bride & groom are seated comfortably as the bride slyly looks at the groom resulting in an endearing and memorable photo pose for the wedding couple. 

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#5 Sunset portraits are utterly gorgeous. If you can get a chance to have them on the wedding day, don’t miss it! They are always worth a little effort. Try to get them at any wedding revelry that you can. 

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#6 Staring right into the camera without smiling might seem like a supermodel pose, but it’s really not. For weddings, especially prewedding romantic couple poses, this makes for an amazing idea. A close-up like this with a straight (yet sexy!) face can make for a good idea. 

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#7 So simple yet so aesthetic! Hiring a good photographer will pay off in more ways than you can imagine. They know the right background, angles, and how to make your best features come alive. Like here, the picture won’t look anywhere close to the alluring as it’s looking now if it wasn’t for the background. A simple wedding couple poses to emulate with the right background. 

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#8 Now this is one of those romantic wedding couple poses which can’t be done in a lehenga. Probably a version of it. But the angle can’t be as horizontal and as a result, as charming as this one. If you’re wearing a gown though, this is a romantic wedding couple poses Christian you don’t want to miss. 

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#9 This couple gave us some major wedding couple poses ideas and each one was unique on its own, therefore, a hattrick of their pictures on the list. The first one is a playful and cute couple wedding pose especially if you have a green wall installed as the decor. 

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#10 This is a nice way to show off your engagement rings whilst posing for an affectionate picture. It’s a common indoor couple photoshoot pose, but one that always comes out to be gorgeous. 

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#11 Make your engagement rings the star of your romantic photoshoot because they deserve all the limelight – both because of their prettiness and significance. 

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#12 Sweep your girl off her feet! Literally. The endeavor will not only give you a new angle but also evoke some good laughs, and some beautiful wedding portraits. 

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#13 Just like many of the romantic wedding couple poses from Virushka’s wedding, here’s another candid one that perfectly portrays the love & adoration the two have for each other. Even though it’s a candid pose, you can totally recreate it at your wedding. 

#14 Here’s a fun and unusual romantic wedding couple poses Christian for your wedding. You certainly need to find an appropriate elevated ground to recreate this pose. We’d advise doing the search beforehand so it doesn’t create a ruckus at the moment.  

#15 This is a new couple photo pose for the wedding. It’s a fresh pose but quite easy. If you’re shy to pose for this in front of the family, arrive early and get some quick coupe shots in before everyone arrives. This also assures you don’t have to rush from the venue to get some quick portraits and you can enjoy that time with the family instead. 

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#16 Seeing these simple romantic wedding couple poses will make you realize you were worried for nothing. Most of them don’t require any weird angles and are pretty straightforward to re-enact. Like this one where the bride just looks forward smiling as the groom looks at her. 

#17 Now this is quite a romantic prewedding couple pose, but also one that will look good on any other of your wedding revelry as well. The coordinated couple outfits are what make the pose even more aesthetic and pleasing to the eyes.  

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#18 One of the best ways to take out that organic wedding couple pose is the sweet touching of partners’ faces. Simultaneously, you can look into each other’s eyes or look down for an elegant couple portrait that deserves a physical presence in a photo frame on your nightstand. 

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#19 Your photographer will make you experiment with where you look in the pictures. It can be somewhere distant, right into the camera, in opposite directions, etc. Trust him though, because the result will impress you too.  

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#20 Your veil will be used for your bridal portraits, but it can make for an interesting addition to your marriage wedding couple poses as well. While the pose will bring some laughs, it will look absolutely whimsical – as you can see. 

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#21 Show off your mehendi, ring, kaleera, and chooda – all in one shot. We all know you’ve worked really hard to perfect all the details of your bridal look, so capture them all in the best way possible. 

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#22 A sweet embrace and a tight kiss are all that’s needed for a lovey-dovey shot like this! It’s a candid pose and we’d only advise you to recreate this if you’re comfortable or when you become comfortable. Otherwise, this cute shot can turn cringy – which you certainly don’t want.  

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#23 Eyes reveal the beauty of the soul. Especially the bride’s eyes – which says so much. From the love she has for her other half to the dreams she’s carrying for the life ahead of her. Here’s a beautiful way to show those eyes full of bliss and joy. 

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#24 We absolutely love this unique pose of the bride & groom with the game of chess. We bet you can create unique wedding couple photo poses like this as well. Just try to be creative with things lying around you and include them in the shot. 

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#25 Actress & influencer Shirin Sewani got married last year and her wedding pictures are equal parts whimsical and romantic. Here’s an easy couple pose from her wedding, which even though uses the same embrace as many other pictures, looks unique because of the distant looks of the bride & groom. 

Courtesy: Shirin Sewani

#26 While the couple both facing the same direction is a quintessential shot for your wedding, the groom facing the other way and looking at the bride can make for a stunning shot too – as you can see! 

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#27 You don’t always have to smile in the pictures to make them into a romantic pose for the wedding couple. Sometimes, a close embrace with closed eyes can do the trick too. Choose a picturesque background and you have a memorable portrait from your wedding to cherish forever. 

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#28 Groom kneeling on the ground and fixing his woman’s footwear is a common romantic Indian wedding couple poses doing rounds on the Internet. You can recreate it on itself or choose a decorative background like a floral arch for a scenic shot. 

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#29 Who said romantic wedding couple poses can’t be playful? Lean on your partner’s back and make some cute faces for a fun take on a lovey-dovey Indian wedding couple poses. 

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#30 Folding your hands in front of you right at the stomach, staring straight into the camera without smiling but not making a completely straight face either – Sounds familiar? This is a classic Sabyasachi pose that has made its way into Indian weddings, just like his clothes and styling aesthetic. Here’s how you can recreate the pose with your partner. 

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#31 If you have an ornate decoration somewhere on your marriage lawn, then make full use of the background by getting some gorgeous pictures clicked in front of it. Here’s a simple and cute wedding couple pose if you have a gleaming ornate setup on your marriage lawn. 

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#32 Tired of all the standing poses for the wedding? Then, here’s the one where you can sit (because we know you’re too tired!) and still give an elegant pose for your romantic photography pose for a couple outdoors. 

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#33 Looking at each other and smiling is a typical marriage wedding couple pose! After all, what’s better than looking into the eyes of your other half and getting lost in the moment. However, we’d suggest not starting with that. Get comfortable with the photographer around you and then get lost in the moment. It will result in some gorgeous organic shots.

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#34 When it comes to moving towards an equal society, it’s often the little things that matter more than the big things. Like changing the attitude towards women proposing. Include your stand towards equality slyly by including a romantic wedding couple portrait like this. 

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#35 Ranbir Kapoor & Alia Bhatt have been the talk of the town lately. From their surreal Mumbai wedding to pregnancy announcement and engagement pictures, the couple has been making the headlines with happy news one after the other. Taking inspiration from their couple portraits is the one with the kiss. A word of advice for kissing romantic Indian wedding couple poses is to let it flow and not force it when the moment doesn’t feel right. 

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#36 If a lip kiss feels uncomfortable (given the onlookers and the hesitation surrounding it in our culture), opt for a sweet forehead kiss instead. It’s a sentimental shot and one of the most romantic wedding couples poses we have come across. 

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#37 No matter your love language, touching faces evoke a fuzzy, romantic feeling. We’d advise experimenting with how you want this touching face shot to be so it comes out natural and lovey-dovey instead of awkward. 

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#38 An angel kiss or a kiss when your partner kisses your eyes is utterly romantic, sweet, and sentimental. This kiss must come from the heart and shouldn’t be staged for it to look natural and organic though! 

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#39 A coy & romantic photoshoot idea for couples that is so easy and gorgeous. Another benefit of this pose is it shows off your lehenga quite well without even trying!

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#40 A sweet kiss on the nose can make for a romantic pre-wedding couple pose or a wedding portrait as well. If your husband is considerably taller than you, this might be a nice way to get a pose while kissing him. 

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#41 An indoor romantic prewedding shoot for couples is trending, and here’s one shot that can make to your Pinterest inspiration board for the same. 

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#42 A hug can evoke emotions well and infuse raw sentiments into your pictures. A soft embrace from the back with candid laughs can create a beautiful romantic prewedding pose or wedding pose. 

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#43 Take the staring right at the camera pose to the next level and infuse some attitude and classic elegance into it with your posture and the right background. It makes for one of the wedding couple poses which can easily make a photo frame of your nightstand. 

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#44 Sunset light just makes everything better. The soft light infuses romance and definition into any picture and you don’t have to come with fancy poses during that time. If you’re having a morning wedding, we’d advise waiting for some time to take these sunset pictures because they’re absolutely worth the extra wait. 

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#45 We aren’t praising sunset pictures excessively for anything. Here’s another example that backs our obsession. 

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#46 We know you’re eyeing their whimsical clothes coordination, but it’s the pose that further brings the discerning choice of their clothes well. Also, a good way to flaunt your sexy blouse design

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#47 “The Stroll” makes for a beautiful pick for cute couple poses for photoshoots. It also invariably captures the walking into the new life together symbolically. No wonder it always makes for a gorgeous shot and works everywhere – from a field to marble ground. 

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#48 This is one of those unique romantic wedding couples poses where the creative idea can either work or not work. You will just have to try and see. 

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#49 A close-up shot of your faces can look amazing when done right! If you’re looking for inspiration on this kind of pose for the wedding couple, here’s an example. 

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#50 The one where the groom lifts the bride is common and makes for a romantic photoshoot pose for wedding and pre-wedding. Try it from different angles – side and front – to capture the joyous expressions of both the bride and the groom. 

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#51 If you’re too shy for posing in front of everyone, try this simple couple poses for the wedding that just involves holding hands from a distance.

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#52 Such a simple & cute romantic wedding pose for couples. It’s sweet and doesn’t require any typical pose. Just a walk in the hotel’s lobby as the couple gleefully stare into each other’s eyes. 

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#53 Make use of any historic monuments around you for romantic wedding couple poses. The portrait will look incredible. 

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#54 Yet another wedding romantic pose for couples where the bride & groom share a coy smile with each other from a distance. 

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#55 Ah! The standard dip poses but make it only a slight dip because it’s difficult to get this in a lehenga. You two can lean into each other for a kiss or kiss – it will look good both ways. 

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#56 A super-lusty back kiss can be a bit cringy, but a soft one on the back can be romantic and playful. We see why this bride has an ear-to-ear smile on her face. 

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#57 A warm embrace with bride & groom touching their faces and smiling while looking down is a common but stunningly cute couple pose for a photo shoot. 

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#58 Romance can be playful at times. Here’s a bride & groom having fun in their photoshoot and giving us some cute ideas for romantic wedding couple poses. 

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#59 Katrina & Vicky Kaushal’s wedding was dreamy, to say the least. While many details of their wedding are inspirational, here’s a photo pose for a wedding couple that’s easy to emulate for your own big day. 

#60 Sargun Mehta & Ravi Dubey are living examples of #couplegoals. Here’s a pose idea from one of their shoots which can serve as a perfect couple wedding romantic pose. 

#61 You don’t always have to sneak outside or into a silent area to get your wedding couple’s photographs. Sometimes, you can do it in the midst of wedding shenanigans. Here’s how: 

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#62 Are you a tea-lover? Sip some with your husband-to-be and get clicked on this last date as fiancees. 

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#63 This is a sweet & sentimental romantic Indian wedding couple pose. If you’re too shy to do this on the wedding stage, you can do it in front of the entrance decor or on the selfie wall. 

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#64 No, not all poses require you to stand. In some poses, you can sit down and also get a rest from all the standing. Here’s an idea of how you can pose while sitting. Another idea can be just staring lovingly into each other’s eyes. 

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#65 Jumpsuits and sharara suits allow for ease during dip poses. If you’re wearing them at any of your events, don’t miss out on the quintessential dip pose while posing for the couple’s wedding romantic poses. 

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#66 Sometimes the angle can make all the difference! The couple is doing the usual embrace where the guy hugs from the back, but it’s the shot taken from the top which makes this photo stunning and unique. 

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#67 This looks like a candid pose where the groom was trying to get the bride safely to the ground. But you can completely recreate this shot. It’s quite lovely and sweet. 

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#68 Embracing each other in different styles is one of the usual ways of posing for couple portraits. Here’s another one of the multitudes of ways of embracing your other half for the couple photography session. 

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#69 A soft squeeze with your man whispering sweet nothings in your ear that makes you laugh is the sweetest most romantic wedding couple pose idea! Don’t you think?

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#70 Just a sweet way to pose with your other half. He looks at you and you’re beaming with a wide smile because you know he’s looking at you! 

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#71 Just like a true gentleman, helping his wife-to-be descend the stairs. The coy smile of the bride says it all! A candid moment was captured on the lens. 

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#72 This photography pose achieves two things at a time! Gives you a romantic photoshoot idea for a couple pose and shows off your lehenga blouse design. If you’re wearing a unique blouse too, bookmark this photo idea so you don’t forget to recreate it. 

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#73 An artistic photographer will be able to guide you through the poses, but will also take pictures from unique angles to give a creative appeal to usual poses. The long angle of this simple pose shows the visionary skills of the photographer perfectly. 

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#74 Sometimes just being yourself can help a lot in wedding photography sessions – both solo and couple alike. You can see the result of just enjoying each other’s company can bring out the organic smiles on your faces in the best way. 

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#75 We have said it before and we’re repeating it again. If you get the chance of having sunset portraits for your wedding, take it in the blink of an eye. Here are some more romantic wedding couple poses to back our love for sunset portraits. 

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#76 Running away to a scenic location for some romantic couple poses outdoor is undoubtedly a great idea, but only do it when you have a lot of time on hand. Say you had a morning wedding and the reception is the next day, so your evening is free. Then, run away happily! 

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#77 Just a simple wedding pose for the couple where the bride and groom stand at a distance holding hands and blissfully smiling at each other. 

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#78 Some of the best photographers are also great editors. They make the lighting perfect and bring out the best version of the picture. At times, you will be shocked to see the raw and edited version. Don’t worry! This doesn’t mean they will be photoshopping the images a lot! No, it’s majorly the lighting variations that make a difference. Here’s an example of some stunning wedding photography editing. 

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#79 Stacking your pallus well is something your husband-to-be will be doing a lot anyway after the wedding, and it makes for a beautiful romantic portrait idea as well. Doesn’t it? 

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#80 Again, sitting on the groom’s lap isn’t something all couples would be comfortable doing in front of the guests. So, pose for this shot either in an isolated corner or before a lot of people arrive.

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#81 The majority of couple poses require you to stand. Although there are some which mimic the allure of the standing poses while you give your legs a rest, like the one portrayed below. 

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#82 A beautiful pose to flaunt your engagement ring and married status. It also makes for a sweet romantic couple portrait to announce your marriage on social media as well. 

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#83 Sometimes being yourself is the best thing you can do to get those organic photos for your wedding. Photographers tend to recommend this as well. It might take some time to get comfortable in front of the camera, but don’t skip on this important part. 

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#84 Why don’t you include your girlfriends in your romantic portrait as well? They have been your backbone through the wedding planning journey (and life!) and deserve all the attention they can get! Here’s a sweet shot to incorporate into your wedding album. 

Courtesy: Mak Images

#85 If you can’t find the time to have sunset portraits, then do it on some other wedding revelry like mehendi when the rituals are scheduled in the morning and evenings are generally free. 

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#86 The stroll captures some of the lovely moments between the couple. It also symbolically portrays them walking hand-in-hand into their new life. There can be many versions of it, like one partner slightly in front of the other, turning the backs to the camera, lending a small kiss, etc. 

#87 The portrait in which the bride is standing just behind the groom seated on a surface is the one that’s common and a royal pose. But you can give it a romantic twist by looking lovingly into each other’s eyes, like this couple. 

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#88 The focus is all on the engagement ring but we can’t help but notice the sweet forehead kiss in the background, which looks utterly candid and sweet. 

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#89 Emulating the traditional shy bride pose is both time-honored and romantic. One of those romantic wedding couple poses which don’t require much effort to recreate. 

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#90 Ah! The classic Sabyasachi couple poses where the bride & groom stare distantly into space and are standing a few meters away from each other. We love how the shot doesn’t cover the background but the clear blue skies above, giving this usual pose a subtle twist. 

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#91 You will take any reason to lie down at your wedding, won’t you? We will give you a good enough reason though! The smiles reflect both the wedded bliss and that they finally got some time to rest. 

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#92 Sometimes all you need is a creative angle to get an artistic and lovey-dovey Indian wedding couple pose. These are the kind of photos where your photographer has to guide you with the pose. 

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#93 If you’re having a haldi ceremony together, then don’t forget to apply some haldi to each other and have some fun on this cheery wedding revelry. The wedding couple’s photo poses will turn out to be candid, lovely, and romantic during the process. 

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#94 For those who have done the wedding planning know it’s a big accomplishment to reach that mandap and accept the perfect imperfections on your wedding day. Celebrate the achievement and your togetherness with this cute couple poses for the photoshoot. 

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#95 Sometimes, just looking at each other is enough to evoke romance in your couple’s portraits. A photographer also plays a key role in this. The best ones are quick with their chutter so they know they capture an organic moment before it becomes a little staged. 

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#96 Another haldi ceremony pose to recreate with your other half. If your friend group will lather you excessively with the ubtan, then it’s best to get this pose before all that fuss starts. 

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#97 Here’s a dramatic and endearing pose that can also make for a romantic pre-wedding couple pose. It’s easy to pose for and doesn’t require much expertise to shoot or edit as well. 

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#98 The classic twirl pose can make for a great solo bridal portrait but also makes for a quintessential pose with your partner. It can be done right after the varmala ceremony or when you get a few minutes alone for your portrait sessions.

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#99 This is one of the most romantic wedding couples poses that can be done on your pre-wedding as well. With your lehenga and veil, this can be a little difficult to pose for though! We’d recommend pre-wedding or mehendi as the ideal days for this wedding pose. 

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#100 A romantic wedding couple poses Christian which is so easy yet such a unique and new couple photo pose. Their lush green varmalas are another inspirational aspect of their wedding looks. 

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#101 The last one on the list but the one that oozes with oodles of romance. Love the simplicity of this pose yet how winsome it looks. A beautiful couple portrait that can surely make to the photo frame on your nightstand.

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