Playful Dance-Floor Pictures to Inspire Your Photographer

Discover fun action shots from real wedding receptions you should consider asking for.

After all of the coordinating, the touring, the plethora of decisions, and the excited nerves, you’ve said your “I dos” and walked back up the aisle – now, it’s time to celebrate! Your wedding reception is a fun and happy time dedicated to thanking your guests for witnessing your vow exchange, as well as being able to unwind with your nearest and dearest while you bask in the warm glow of matrimony. Some couples choose to host more low-key, relaxed events to match their style, while others opt to throw lively bashes with strong party atmospheres. 

For those who seek the latter fête, you’re bound to have some great times with family, friends, and your new spouse on the dance floor: whether it be during more traditional practices, such as the father-daughter dance, or the wilder side of the party, such as being tossed in the air by your wedding party. No matter the moment, you’ll want your photographer and videographer to capture certain instances that will remain a constant in your memory albums to come. We’ve put together a list of 9 precious and playful photos from real weddings to inspire your reception shot list – make sure your photographer knows what’s in store for the soirée. Click on each picture for further inspiration!Photo by Carasco Photography; Floral & Event Design by Kesh Designs

Photo by Shaun Menary Photography; Bridal Salon: Mark Ingram Atelier

Photo by Brian Leahy Photography; Floral Design by Flowers by Cina; Rentals by Luxe Linen

Photo by Callaway Gable; Wedding Planning & Design by Tessa Lyn Events

Photo by Kevin Weinstein Photography

Photo by Bob & Dawn Davis Photography; Wedding Planning & Design by Mindy Weiss Party Consultants

Photo by STAK Photography

Photo by Ira Lippke Studios 

Photo by Rob and Wynter Photography

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Authored by: Megan Simpson

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