Your Wedding Experience
Name and email of wedding coordinator ( or someone assigned to assist photographer with family portraits )
Wedding date ( by the time i've sent you this I will know this, but please enter for my records )
Ceremony and Reception begin times :
Estimated number of guests attending :
Location of Wedding Ceremony - Address and telephone:
Location of reception: Address, telephone, and name of contact if not the same place as ceremony ::
Date/ time/ location of rehearsal
Names of Bridesmaids & maid of honor - Full Names Appreciated
Names of Groomsmen & best man - Full names appreciated
Will there be a Flower girl(s)?
Will there be a ring bearer?
Do the bride or groom have children who will be present?
Will there be a videographer ( from a separate company) ?
Will the Bride and groom be allowed to see one another prior to the ceremony
Some couples may not be concerned about the tradition of not seeing one another before the ceremony on the day of the wedding. For such couples, there is a unique opportunity to take what have become to be known as "First Look" photographs. These photos are usually taken before the ceremony when the bride and groom are fully made up and if circumstances and the environment permit, there's the opportunity to get the bride and groom portraits out of the way before it gets very hectic. These portraits usually capture the couple in a very relaxed and intimate light, before the ceremony and reception madness commences. Please consider whether this option is desirable and/or feasible to incorporate on the wedding day. No more than a half hour will be needed to take these portraits.
Are you interested in sunset photos, or photos outside of the typical logistics of the day-of ? We will need to schedule ~15 minutes for them, at least.
You can enter Percentages next to the Category
In the ideal vision of your wedding day photos, how much (indicate percentages) would you generally like to see the following represented: (its okay if you're a little above 100%) Artistic portraiture Bride & Groom Traditional Portraits Families formal portraits Coverage of your guests (Candid or Posed) Wedding Details (venue, diy pieces, table decor)
Your VIP list - those people who should be snapped with bride and groom *Note that each additional person or group will add an additional 2 minutes to the time we have for family portraits. I typically execute the critical family portraits in 15 minutes.
Your VIP List Please list people who you want to be sure to have photographs of. This list should not include bridesmaids, groomsmen or parents of the bride and groom. It should include people like grandparents, aunts/uncles, important friends, etc. We will, of course, take many pictures of various guests but these are the VIPs that we will try our hardest to capture. Remember, you must designate someone besides yourself who can help us to identify these people.