But, unfortunately, wedding photos haven't quite caught up yet -- we're still seeing some of the same photos cropping up over and over.
Click through the slideshow to see 10 of the most overused newlywed poses.
Rings In Focus
The focus of the wedding is the couple, so why take a photo where they're in the background?
Pop Of Color
Sometimes it's the couple in the color pop spotlight, other times the bouquets, the shoes, the nails; the list goes on.
Bride Up Front, Groom In Back
The couple just joined their lives together; there's no need to separate them again.
Backlit Dress In The Window
There has got to be a new way to photograph the wedding dress... we're begging here.
Holding A Frame
The photo will eventually be framed anyway; you don't need two.
Making A Heart With Their Hands
This photo could also be joined with the first photo in this slideshow for a double whammy of cliche photos.
Bride And Groom Jumping
This might be appropriate if both spouses are basketball stars, or have a <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/17/toyota-proposal_n_1679520.html" target="_hplink">history of taking jumping photos</a> together, but if you're not much for hopping in daily life, leave it out of your Big Day.
Rings On Things
This is just one variant of the "rings on things" photo. Did rings on fingers -- where they belong -- get boring?
Dress Lifted To Show Shoes
Special wedding shoes aren't uncommon, but you probably plan to wear them again. Do we really need a photo of <em>just</em> your shoes?
Bride Looking Into The Distance
What's with these "solo bride" photos? What is she looking at? Where's the groom? And why is she so sad?