Modern wedding photographers just don’t shoot like they did 40 years ago. The blogs, the photographer “about us” pages use words like “Not your parents’ wedding photography!” and “Not your mother’s wedding album!” Most of the time this is a good thing- wedding photography has moved beyond the posed images of the past to more artistic, more candid, and more personal pictures. But how much more personal can it get than incorporating your parent’s wedding pictures into your wedding shots? Of course the idea of “family” shifts over time so it doesn’t have to be a direct recreation- you could do something like the first image here. It’s a great way to preserve and add to your family histories.