Please provide the information I am requesting as soon as possible. If you do not have an answer to a question, leave it blank. The more information you give me, the better off I am prepared for all situations. We will revisit all the details prior to the wedding day.
Forming a reasonable timeline.
A timeline for the wedding day prevents confusion and loss of precious time. My job is to make sure you have FUN FIRST...and the photos are a bonus - a reflection of your day.
So in forming a timeline what are some of the things we need to consider? After all, photos take time so let's start with the time of the ceremony and then work backwards from there.
Some things to consider for a smooth time line:
1) Do you want getting ready photos of the Bride? The Groom? or both?
2) Do you want to see each other prior to the ceremony? This is known as the "First Look" and highly recommended by me for the most efficient use of time. 95% of my clients do this. However I know it's not for everyone and we respect your wishes. Questions related to First Look will be addressed on this form first.
3) Do you want all the family and bridal party photos done PRIOR to the ceremony BUT just after the First Look? It's better to get ALL photos done prior in my opinion.
4) Do we have to allow for travel time from the place the bride and groom are getting ready - to the ceremony location?
So that being said...let's get started. Don't worry because we will address this all again one month prior to the wedding.