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 Suggested Poses 




    1) The Traditional Shot - Bride and Groom by left front fender making sure they are not covering the nameplate in front.  Driver on opposite side by the door with the church in the background.

    2) Entering the Car Shot - Door open, Bride and Groom facing the camera, Driver facing the couple.

    3) The Cross-Ring Shot - Groom stands to the right of the hood ornament with his left hand just below it and above the RR emblem.  The bride moves in front of him and places her left hand of top if his showing both rings.  Photographer then moves in for a close-up photo.

    4) The Soft Focus Kiss Shot - The Bride and Groom are to the side of the hood ornament about six feet.  The photographer is positioned on the opposite side of the car and from a slightly rearward angle goes for hard focus on the hood ornament with the couple kissing in the background in soft focus.  (This shot can only be done in the daytime.)

    5) The Bonnie and Clyde Shot - Bride and Groom on the side of the car facing the Photographer with one leg up on the running board.  This may not be practical for the bride depending on the dress, but is an excellent pose for the Groom and Best Man.  One picture should also be taken of the Groom alone in front of the car with his left foot on the bumper and his hands clasped on the raised knee.

    6) Inside the Car Shot - The couple seated in the back seat, perhaps with raised champagne glasses (if provided or ordered), facing the door with the Groom leaning slightly forward of the Bride.  This shot may also be done with the photographer standing on the running board looking back.

    7) The Garter Shot - (At your discretion) The bride stands by the left front of the car with her right foot on the bumper and wedding dress slightlly raised to show the garter.  A good shot if tastefully done.

    8) The Departure Shot - Bride and Groom looking out the back window and waving. 

    9) If Using Video - as well as still photography, ask the driver to drive slowly from the church to the reception so the video cameraman can set up to film the Rolls Royce arriving at the reception and the couple getting out.

Compliments of Jordan Limousines - I hope these suggestions have been helpful.  Life is a collection of memories, and these photos should capture some moments you will treasure forever.


1) Have the bride posed in the doorway about to step down. The groom is on
street level, looking at the bride, helping her off and holding her right hand
with his left.
2) Have the bride posed in the doorway and a different bridesmaid with her
head outside each windowgoing back down the right side of the Trolley.
3) Have the bridesmaids lined up outside the Trolley to the left, the
groomsmen to the right and the bride and groom in the middle.
4) Have the bride and groom standing on the back porch waving goodbye.
5) Stage  a picture of the bride and groom in front of the Trolley with the
conductor off to one side and the family name on the plate in the upper
middle windshield.
6) Stage a picture with the groom seated behind the steering wheel and
wearing the conductor's hat with the bride standing beside him.
7) Ask your photographer if they have a "Fisheye" lens or a very wide angle
lens. Then they can sit on the engine compartment looking towards the back
of the cabin and photograph everyone in the bridal party seated, leaning
towards the center aisle and looking towards the front of the Trolley.
A very good group shot.
We hope these suggestions have been helpful. Life is a collection of memories
and these photos should help capture some memories that you will treasure

Jordan Limousines
"Serving all Southeast Texas"

Clear Lake Office:                   Houston Office:
         PO BOX 640                          14173 Northwest Fwy #166
Kemah, Texas 77565              Houston, Texas 77040

Phone: 713.680.3181
Fax: 713.893.0208