Bridal Portraits: Who gets to keep them?

by epi on July 18, 2012

Q: I recently was married and both my parents and my husband want the bridal portrait of me. Who is it supposed to go to? My husband and I don’t really have the money right now to buy another. Thank you.

A: It is customary for the bridal portrait to be a part of the photographs for the couple. As such, if either set of parents would like a copy, they should offer to pay the additional cost. Of course, this does not mean that the couple can’t offer to contribute in part or in full.

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Erin July 18, 2012 at 9:50 am

What kind of parents would want to take the only bridal portrait a couple can afford from them? Stand your ground and keep your own photo. Your parents can purchase their own.


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