I wanted to redo mine, but a caution - that was kind of hurtful for my husband, which surprised me! He considered it a bit insulting to want to 'rewrite history' with a new dress and shots, because he married and loved his bride as is. Good, bad, or otherwise, that was how I looked when I got married. By redoing them, it would be a bit like I was casting aspersions on the original event in his mind.
And to be fair, I kind of would be!
I hated how fat I looked and that no pictures turned out 'nice enough'. I wasn't really aware of my size and was kind of shocked to be confronted with less than gorgeous pictures of the happy day. My very first 'goal' I aspired to, when deciding to lose, was to have a commitment ceremony with my husband and get new pictures. The desire to do that has faded the longer I sit at a more normal weight. Cost and hassle aside, though I was once shocked by my husband's position on the issue I'm actually seeing it more now, myself, and am shying away from that original 'reward'. It won't make me feel better about myself, and kind of talks self hatred more than 'victory', the more I think about my feelings about the original day and why I'd even want a 'redo'.
My compromise now is lots of pretty portraits and I'm thinking of doing a full pinup boudoir shoot at goal instead. That is something we can both enjoy and doesn't unnecessarily tar what was truly a beautiful day all around, except for my complex on my weight! I didn't think I'd be happy with just living in a smaller body and wanted to 'redo' those photos and that chapter of my life very much - but it now seems quite unnecessary and even a bit silly. And what message does that send to my daughters? That's been on my mind as a more significant consequence than it was when it was just me considering it.
I'm not criticizing your decision, this is more me thinking out loud. Once my primary goal 'treat', I've done a 180 on it and my husband never was keen on the idea. That's just another perspective to consider
. It turns out that just having nice photos now has been enough of a contrast, that I don't need to hold old and new wedding photos, in particular, up side by side.