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    41 Romantic Ideas To Elevate Your Engagement Pictures

    A good picture is a great way to start an extraordinary journey.

    Every year, Junebug Wedding collects the most inspiring engagement pictures for their "quality, beauty, technical excellence, and distinctive personality."

    Their 2015 selection captures love in all forms and shows that a good picture is a great way to start an extraordinary marriage.

    Here are some of our favorites for your inspiration:

    1. Enjoy a bit wilderness in your pictures.

    Diesica Mansano / Via

    2. Or a night under the stars.

    Darya Elfutina / Via

    3. Cuddle in a familiar place.

    Bri Richards of Bri McDaniel Photography / Via

    4. Or take a journey to someplace foreign.

    Ben Yew of Ben Yew Photography / Via

    5. Use natural reflections and symmetry.

    André Mansano of MANSANO FOTOGRAFIA / Via

    6. Get up close and personal.


    7. Share the moment with a family friend.

    enny GG of Jenny GG Photography / Via

    8. Don't forget to laugh.

    Caroline Ghetes of Caroline Ghetes Photography / Via

    9. Use a splash of color.

    Chellise Michael of Chellise Michael Photography / Via

    10. Go black and white for an artistic effect.

    Chellise Michael of Chellise Michael Photography / Via

    11. Don't be afraid of the unknown.

    Cole Roberts of Nordica Photography / Via

    12. Share a warm embrace in a cold place.

    Dylan Kitchener of The Kitcheners / Via

    13. Go for a long walk with no destination.

    Ed Peers of Ed Peers Photography / Via

    14. Stand out amongst nature.

    Daniel Mullers of The Mullers / Via

    15. Make a splash.

    Gabe McClintock of Gabe McClintock Photography / Via

    16. Silhouette your love.

    Gabe McClintock of Gabe McClintock Photography / Via

    17. Have a pillow fight.

    Jason Naylor of WE DO Photography & Design / Via

    18. Enjoy the warmth of a sunset.

    Jason Naylor of WE DO Photography & Design / Via

    19. Take a flight at dusk.

    Jeff Cooke of Cooked Photography / Via

    20. Tease with your lips.

    Jennifer Moher of Jennifer Moher Photography / Via

    21. Capture a low and emotional angle.

    JOS WOODSMITH of JOS Studios / Via

    22. Express your friendship.

    Joseph West of Joseph West Photography / / Via

    23. Share your unique qualities.

    Justin Hill of Justin Hill Photographer / Via

    24. Don't forget to have fun.

    Kandise Brown / Via

    25. Don't be afraid to get a little wet.

    Ken Pak of Ken Pak Photography / Via

    26. Go wild with color.

    Tim D. Yun of ein photography and design / Via

    27. Head out on the water.

    Komang Diktat of diktatphotography / Via

    28. Or hangout at your favorite spot.

    Leon Villagomez of Leon Villagomez Photographer / Via

    29. Use the architecture to your advantage.

    Mantas Kubilinskas / Via

    30. Wildlife can make a good picture great.

    Marco Narsete of Narsete Photography / Via

    31. Express your talents.

    Nat Wongsaroj of Nat Wongsaroj Photography LLC / Via

    32. Don't forget to unwind.

    Peggy Picot of Maison Pestea / Via

    33. And live your life like a fairytale.

    Philippe Nieus / Via

    34. An upside down kiss never hurt.

    Samuel Goh of Samuel Goh Photography / Via

    35. The morning fog can work wonders in a picture.

    Ryan Flynn of Ryan Flynn Photography / Via

    36. A moody lighting can help capture that true love.

    Megan Gielow of MORNINGWILD Photography / Via

    37. Take a dip in paradise.

    Ryan McNulty of Gina & Ryan Photography / Via

    38. Maybe even with your clothes on.

    Sabrina Kolotylo of Dallas Kolotylo Photography / Via

    39. Embrace in the snow.

    Verity Sansom of Sansom Photography / Via

    40. Or on a windy day.

    Sarah Cusson Walk of sarah cusson photography / Via

    41. And never forget that this is the start of a remarkable journey.

    Sigit Prasetio of THEUPPERMOST / Via

    To view all of the Junebug's Best Engagement Photos of 2015 visit