In setting up a wedding photo could that temporary phenomenon known as infatuation ever warrant these scenarios? Yes it could.
“Groom sitting at a faux witness stand, on trial for cadaver trafficking. Someone from wedding part wearing a black robe, holding a gavel, and sitting on a dais. Ethnically diverse guests in the jury box. Bride sitting on jury trading lustful glances with the defendant.”
Of course there is this scenario too, albeit during the honeymoon perhaps (which is about the time the infatuation begins to wear thin and there just ain’t much left):
“Bride is crying. Groom is sitting at a table. In front of him on the table are lines of pure Columbian cocaine, s razorblade, and a tightly rolled $20 bill. Groom is wearing only an undershirt, boxer shorts, and socks, which have holes in them. Wedding rings are off–everything was sold a long time ago to buy blow…Bride is a broken shell of a woman and is tugging on groom’s arm, begging him to stop.”
These two scenarios are from Frank Ferri (“My Ideas for Staged Photos That Set Me Apart From Other Wedding Photographers”) at this site.