Please make sure you read all the terms and policies
All weddings are unique. Please take the time to answer (30 min +) the following questions to ensure your wedding photography needs are served with ease. Thank you
What is the approximate schedule of events?
How do you want your wedding to be shot?
When do you want group family photos taken?
Do you require the group shots of all the guests?
Do you want intimate session of the two of you?
The following is typically included in wedding photo coverage.
Please check the items that are especially important to you:
Bride's gown and shoes
Candid shots of the bride and her maids getting ready
Bride heading to the ceremony site
Best man with rings*
Candid shots of the groom and groomsmen getting ready*
Groom heading to the ceremony site*
*possible with booking of second photographer
Exterior and interior of the ceremony site
Bridal party arriving
Bride and her father just before walking down the aisle
Processional and recessional
Bride and her father (or escort) walking down the aisle
Groom reacting to bride walking down the aisle*
Exterior and interior of the reception site
Wide shot of the altar/chuppah
Bride and groom reciting their vows*
Bride and groom exchanging rings*
The couple's first kiss*
Bride and groom being introduced to their guests as a married couple*
Bride and groom exiting their ceremony site
Bride and groom in their getaway car
*possible if the ceremony cite allows
Bride and groom, each alone
Bride and groom together
Bride and groom with wedding party
Bride with her family
Groom with his family
Bride and groom with bride's family
Bride and groom with groom's family
Both families together
Bride with her mother
Groom with his father
Bride and groom reciting their vows*
Exterior and interior shots of the reception site
Menu, escort, and table cards
Guests signing the book
Food stations and bar setup during cocktail hour
Bride and groom's first dance
Toasts and blessing (if applicable)
Band or DJ
Bouquet and garter toss, anniversary dance
Candid shots throughout the night
Details on the bride's gown
Details on the groom's attire such as cuff links
Please feel free to add any picture ideas you might like:
What is important to you when organizing your wedding photography? Check all that apply:
That the photographer is unobtrusive on the day.
That the photographer organizes the day.
Family group shots.
Natural images (candid etc).
Prices and Packages.
On-line ordering and viewing.
Time it takes to see images after the wedding.
Time it takes to receive album.
We want your wedding photos to be flawless. The photographer will be unobtrusive and ready to capture your special moments.
Here are some suggestions for you:
Avoid glossy lipstick and consider foundation or powder that will reduce the chance of having a shiny face.
Please note we have seen mineral makeup cause unflattering effects with flash.
The minerals have elements in it reflecting light.
In order to allow for a private photo session of bride and groom, we will need atleast half an hour of your time alone with the photographer.
Be kind to ensure the presence of all the family members required at your
wedding photos. Plan for about 5 minutes per photo for shots with fewer than14 people, about 10 minutes per photo for shots with more than 14 people.
It always takes some time to gather people together and pose them so thateveryone can be seen, etc.
Before the wedding day inform the people you want in posed photos where andwhen they will be needed for pictures.
Pre-assign a family member or friend who knows the people to be in thepictures to round them up for the photos. Getting people where they need to befor the photos is by far the most time consuming part of group shots.
Please, make sure the cutting of the cake occurs within the booking time.
Thank you for taking your time to complete this questionnaire. Once I have received this information, I might contact you with comments, questions and suggestions.