IMPORTANT

1. Make sure there is natural light in the room where the bride and groom will be getting ready (window light) This makes worlds of a difference in your images!

2. Please have all bride and groom details together before we arrive. (Dress, shoes, jewelry, bouquet, garter, perfume, veil.) This also includes groom details (tie, watch, belt, shoes) my second shooter will only photograph what is available. So please be sure to set these items aside if you want them photographed.

3. If possible please have a copy of your wedding invitations with you for your wedding photo details.

4. Allow more time than you think to get ready, it's better to be safe than RUSHED!

5. YOU'RE GETTING MARRIED!!!!! 

Bride's Name *
Bride's Name
The bride would like getting ready photos? *
Groom's Name *
Groom's Name
The groom would like getting ready photos? *
If we haven't discussed this in detail yet, now is the time! I would love to help you create a timeline that will allow for plenty of beautiful portraits and a stress free day! If you're sharing a FIRST LOOK - I will need to start shooting bridal details at least 2.5 hours before the ceremony. 3hours is recommended if there is no extensive travel time to the ceremony venue.
Example: Surprises, gifts Etc?
Family formals do not have to take long. However, this is only possible if we organize beforehand! Please list only 5-10 different groupings for family portraits. For example: 1. Bride & groom with parents. 2. Bride and groom with grandparents. 3. Bride and groom with siblings. If you have a very large family and more than 10 group photos, I suggest saving some of the extended family shots until the reception so that family portrait time doesn't interfere with your romantic (bride + groom) portraits and you will not keep your guests waiting at the reception. Thank you!
It is very important you let us know!