Will You Marry Me Photography has created three different wedding photography checklist based on YOUR needs, and we want you to have them for FREE. Have you thought about if you will see each other when the Bride is walking down the aisle? Are you looking to take photographs with your Bridal Party before the Ceremony without seeing on another?Are you planning on a "First Look" before the ceremony? Which ever plan you decide, we have the wedding photography checklist to fit your needs.
The three wedding photography checklist Will You Marry Me Photography has created are designed with two photographer and to be the roadmap of how your photography will take you through the journey of a special day, YOUR Wedding Day!
The Traditional Wedding Photography Checklist starts with photographing the bride and groom "Getting Ready", The Ceremony, Formal Photographs to be taken after the Ceremony, cocktail hour, and lastly important events and details of your reception.
Similar to the Traditional Wedding Photography Checklist this checklist starts with photographing the bride and groom "Getting Ready". Prior to the ceremony the Bride will be photographed with her bridesmaids, and the Groom photographed with his groomsmen, and any family members if available. The checklist continues with Ceremony, then the remaining Formal Photographs to be taken after the Ceremony, cocktail hour, and the important events and details of your reception.
The "First Look" Photography Checklist is a little diiferent, and in my opinion romantic. The checklist starts with photographing the bride and groom "Getting Ready". A time prior to the ceremony the Bride and the Groom will meet in a private setting where the photographer will be able to photograph them seeing each other for the first time. This allows them the moment to kiss, huge, and cry in joy of the moment they are about to share. The checklist includes photographs of the couple before the ceremony, with the bridal party, and the couples family. The checklist continues with Ceremony, cocktail hour (which the couple and family can immideitly attend--great candid photographs), and the important events and details of your reception.