Bride & Groom

Preparation Form


Congratulations, your big day is here in just a few weeks!


To ensure every moment of your monumental day is captured to perfection, there are a few last minute details needed. The more I know, the better I anticipate and accurately capture those special moments.


Bride Name *
Bride Name
Please list full name.
Groom Name *
Groom Name
Please list full name
Wedding Date *
Wedding Date
Please include address
Please include address
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Best number to reach you on the day of the wedding.
My Arrival Time *
My Arrival Time
My Departure Time *
My Departure Time
Number of guests you anticipate attending your wedding.
Tip: bring a lovely hanger for your gown to use during the classic dress shot.
Your First Moments Will Be
Pre-Ceremony Portraits
Check any that apply.
I will have a quick word with the officiant prior to the ceremony start. This ensures that we both work together in your best interest.
Are there any restrictions at the ceremony location that I should know about?
Receiving Line
Tip: have your family portraits immediately following the ceremony so that nobody leaves, this saves precious time!
Please list 5-10 must have family formal shots/combinations. Your schedule should allow for approximately 3 minutes per combo. Tip: be sure to appoint your wedding planner or a strong leader for each group to gather and prepare for family portraits.
PGlease list first name and corresponding relationship
Please list first name and corresponding relationship
Are there any special family circumstances that would be helpful for me to know? This helps me know where to place family in portraits (e.g. divorces, re-marriages)
Please list the first names of all bridesmaids, groomsmen and child attendants.
Bridal Party Portraits last approximately 15-20 minutes. The size of your bridal party will affect this estimate. Bride and Groom Portraits typically last approximately 30 minutes. Please allow for additional time when multiple locations are involved.
Please list 5-10 must have shots for the wedding, if any.
Groups of friends or extended family to be photographed with bride and groom during cocktail hour or reception. Tip: Leave special friend groupings for more casual posed shots during cocktail hour or the reception to save some time during portraits.
Dinner Arrangements *
Tip: for an optimal image collection, place us at a discreet table in the corner of the room. This way special moments aren't missed! p.s. please include second shooter in these arrangements, when applicable.
Describe your colors, theme, and overall vision for the day. Be sure to include any custom details that you would love to see captured in your collection.
Overall, what are your expectations of your wedding day photography?
Are there any parent expectations of the wedding photography that I should be aware of?
Do you give consent for your wedding artists and vendors to receive and use images related to their specific contribution? Example: florist using an image of the bouquet to show other brides her artistry.
Please list those contributing to your special day - florals, stationary suites, bridal gown shop, tuxedo rentals, hair, make-up, cake/desserts, catering, decorator, wedding planner, stylist, entertainment (disc jockey/band), etc.
Please let me know if there is anything on your mind, I would love to help!

Please kindly e-mail a copy of your wedding day schedule to

consult your preparation guide for additional tips and suggestions for your wedding day photography.

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