Your First + Last Name
Your Phone Number + Email
Your Fiance's First + Last Name
Your Fiance's Phone Number + Email
Date of Wedding + Elopement
Ceremony Name + Address
What time does the ceremony begin?
For your ceremony, is it okay for me to walk through the aisle and up front to get better shots?
Well yes, of course!
Nah, no thanks.
Reception Name + Address
What time does the cocktail hour + reception begin?
Are there any rules or regulations for photographers at your ceremony + reception location? Please note if you are getting married in a National Park, we will work on the permit process together.
Do you have a Wedding Planner? If so, please include their name, phone and email.
Would you both like getting ready photos? Would you like to get ready together?
Where will you two be getting ready at?
Would you like a first look?
Golden Hour, or an hour before sunset, is the best time for portraits since the sun light is the softest and warmest. Would you like to use this time (about 10 - 15 minutes) to take portraits?
What are the 3 most important things you want to remember from your wedding day?
I sent you a Wedding Resource Guide, do you have any questions over it?
Are there any additional family photos or group photos you would like? Please list them below.
*Please note, I will not take any additional grouping requests from your family members during the wedding day unless you say it's okay. This day is about you both!
*Each group will take around 4 minutes per photo to gather everyone. The best recommendation is to have no more than 10 groupings (this includes the ones chosen above).
What are the names of parents, siblings, grandparents, etc. that are listed for family portraits? This will help me when gathering people for fam photos.
Are there any family situations I should be privy to, such as divorces/separations/deaths, during family portraits?
Do you have a wedding party? If so, how many on each side?
How many wedding guests will you be expecting?
Anything you think I should know to be able to better photograph you two, your families, or your friends? (Bring champagne, make jokes, let you do your thing, give lots of direction, etc.)
Any last tidbits I should know about your wedding day? Such as special traditions, anything unique you're doing or things you'd like me to capture?
Wooohoo! Get ready for the best day ever!