26 Tips For Taking The Perfect Engagement Photo

Nothing says love like lying on a train track. Via badengagementphotos.tumblr.com.

1. First up, you need to make sure people know what’s going on.

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2. Make sure everyone knows how happy you are.

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3. These guys, for example, are three times happier than most people.

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4. If you want to come across as the kooky couple you are, why not hang upside down.

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5. Or maybe sitting on the toilet is more your cup of tea.

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6. Just be careful not to come across as too much of a hipster, otherwise you’ll just look silly.

Thankfully these guys avoided that.

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7. Think carefully about the clothes you’re wearing.

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8. Ensure that you and your partner both understand what each other wants.

This is NOT what she expected when he suggested motorboating on the river.

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9. If all else fails, fruit.

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10. Srsly. Lots of fruit.

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11. But maybe there’s something you like more than fruit. Guns, perhaps.

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12. You could even go a bit “Men In Black 4: The Wedding”.

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13. Whatever you do, don’t do this.

Not that we’re sure what “this” is.

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14. Remember, photoshop isn’t always your friend.

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15. Trust us.

At least we hope this is photoshopped. If it’s not, we can’t see things working out between these two.

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16. And who needs photoshop when you can just use your imagination.

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17. Holding up signs that say “Love” is a really good way of letting people know that you’re in love.

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19. Why not make it a game. For example, this one definitely has a Where’s Wally? vibe.

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20. The most important thing is to be original.

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22. This is awkward.

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23. Wow. Much train track.

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24. Visual puns go down really well.


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25. Make sure your hair looks super fly.

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26. And finally, always ask yourself, “Do we look stupid?”.

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Robin Edds is special projects editor at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.
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