Part 1
No two weddings are the same. Please take time to answer the following questions to make sure your wedding photography needs are served flawlessly. Thank you! || Shelby-Susannah Photo & Film
Your Wedding Date
Your Wedding Date
Bride|Full Name
Bride|Full Name
Groom|Full Name
Groom|Full Name
Mobile
Mobile
Home
Home
Which do you prefer|Easiest|Fastest
Home Address | best for mailing your goodies!
Home Address | best for mailing your goodies!
Location of ceremony
Location of ceremony
What time does the ceremony start?
What time does the ceremony start?
Are you having your Hair & makeup stylists come to you? or are you doing "in salon"?
Location where the bride is "getting ready"
Location where the bride is "getting ready"
And if guys are somewhere else, make note of that too!
What time are you (the bride) starting hair and makeup?
What time are you (the bride) starting hair and makeup?
Are we doing a "First Look" or "He ain't seeing me till i walk the isle"?
Is there a full dinner or just a meet & greet after the ceremony?
Will there be dancing?
Will there be a grand exit, such as sparklers?
Please section to the different sides of the family.
This information is strictly confidential, unless otherwise stated
What kind of images are you looking for?
(This will be featured in your social media posts alongside your images or in your video!) p.s. Y'all can do this together! Or write from both sides in separate stories! Have fun with it!
Part 2
Here is my standard "order of the day". Please add details of your wedding to fit the best you can to give the same time allowances for things! This helps the day be stress free and well planned! SO basically just copy and paste into a separate document, customize to your wedding times, and attach in an email to me! (mrs.rewis@gmail.com)
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Part 3
Create your list and email to me as soon as you can before the wedding date! As far as organization goes, it's best to start with the biggest group, then peel people off in layers. It gets really complicated when you're adding, then taking away, then adding, then swapping...and complication leads to more time taking portrait photos (which can sometimes be taxing on a wedding day). Here's a sample of a mixed-parent family portrait with the bride and groom: