Timeline (with a first look)
It's finally here! CARPE THAT DIEM. With our game (and party) faces on, you float through the rest of your epic day and I make you feel like the king & queen that you are. We dance, we laugh, we cry happy tears, and we create incredible photos.
Hair & Makeup
Begins Detail & Venue Shots
Approximate Time: 45 Minutes to 1 Hour
Bridal Prep & Groom Prep
First, let's get a few group shots of you and your girls in any special pjs, gowns or robes with a mimosa or two!
BREATH! This is a big moment! Time to put on the dress! I usually ask the mother of the bride and all of the bridesmaids to be dressed by the time the bride is ready to get into her dress. This ensures that everyone will look nice in those images. After the bride is in her gown, she can put on her jewelry, veil, shoes, etc. Mean while, my second photograper will be photographing the groomsmen getting ready and the groom's portraits.
Bridal Party Portraits
Cushion time allows for any extra shots we might need to get and a chance for you to breath and go into hiding before your guests arrive. In the meantime, my second and I will be gearing up to shoot your ceremony.
See you at the end of the aisle! My second and I will be repsectful of your ceremony and try our best to not be a distraction!
Cocktail Hour & Family Formals
My only request is that you prove your dance skills are better than mine, cause this girl as the worm NAILED!
Want me to follow you around at a desginated time during your reception to get pictures of you and your partner with your guests? Cause I'll totally do it!
Depends of Time of Year
Ah, golden hour! These are the approximate times the sun sets during the year. You'll want to being your portraits one hour before sunset.
May - 7:50PM
June - 8:15PM
July - 8:15PM
August - 7:50PM
September - 7:20PM
October - 6:45PM
November - 5:30PM
Planning a big exit? Let me know what your plans are so I can be prepared for the right equipment.