When you take a child you have to get them to use the camera for the first time, it takes a lot of pictures. If you shoot small children, you'll want to pre-focus on first. In most modern digital cameras is done by pressing the shutter button halfway. Then you have to move yourself forward and back with the child to keep a snapshot of attention. Another great tip is to take a child easier to get to the level that you seem less intimidating. To get an even better and more interesting shot, especially if you have a group shot of children to distract them just before shooting their attention away from the camera it will cause a lot of nature photography.
If you are looking to capture them looking at the camera then use your camera Red-eye reduction setting when using the flash. Another way to avoid the red-eye is to bring more light into the room, then directing the light reflecting off the surface of the flash like the ceiling to produce a softer light.
Using some of the tips above should allow you to capture more interesting pictures of your child or children in a way that would be more interesting to the group, and then capture the fun of childhood.
Never save you a photographer. No one is going to remember if your bouquets had shaken or rare, exotic orchids. But years from now, your great grand children will look at their wedding album. They are not just souvenirs, they are relics. To spend on them.
Avoid complicated hairstyles and veils. You'll be walking around, too busy to talk visitors to check the mirror. You do not want your veil hanging to the side, if your bangs plastered to your face. Keep it simple and elegant. If you want a dramatic veil for your walk down the aisle, look for a style that allows the separation of its share, leaving you with something simpler reception.
Buy or make a small clutch bag or pouch that matches your dress. He must have blotting paper, pressed powder, lipstick and blush. Ask your maid of honor to keep it comfortable for you.
Wear waterproof mascara. You cry a lot. It's guaranteed. Black mascara will run and leave unflattering raccoon eyes.
Do not wear heavy powder eyeshadow. Again, you will be crying. You also sweat from walking around the heavy makeup, tight dress, and hundreds of guests milling around you. Powder smears and cakes, and ends beneath your eyes.