The best company on your wedding day: your father

There are many spectacular moments throughout your wedding day, but none can come close to that moment when your father walks you down the aisle. We've selected some of the most beautiful images of fathers and their children on their big day!

  • Planning the wedding

When thinking about your all important wedding photography, the first thing that springs to mind is the photo shoot after the ceremony as a newly-wed couple, surrounded by all of your family and friends. These photos will of course be beautiful memories to look back on for a lifetime, however we think that it’s also essencial that you try to capture all of those special little moments with one of the most important people in your life. You’ve guessed it…your father!

He is the one who has been with you throughout your entire life. From that moment when you were just a little baby in his arms, until now…your weddng day! He is the one who will be by your side as you walk down the aisle on the most important day of your life, and the one who has always there whenever you’ve needed it most. Whether you’re daddy’s little girl or a daddy’s boy, you’ll want to capture those meaningful moments together on your big day. These memories are ones that will stay with you for the rest of your life, and photos are the perfect way to capture them.

We’ve selected some of our favourite photos of fathers and their children on their wedding day. Be warned, these emotional moments may bring a tear to your eye! Those subtle glances filled with love, the walk down the aisle together, that first father and daughter dance…all of these emotional moments have been beautifully captured by only the most skilled photographers. What better company could you ask for on your wedding day than your father?

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The best company on your wedding day: your father