How we set up our wedding day coverage. Time wise.

August 12, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Ok, this could get a little lengthy.  So here we go.

12 05 2020 0112 05 2020 01 Assuming a wedding day where we do all of photos in one location and our couple is doing a first look and finishing our photos before the ceremony, which many of our wedding are, this is how we lay out the timing of our day.

Lauren an I arrive about three hour before the start of the ceremony (we tend to be a little early). Lauren will split up.  She photograph one side and me the other.  The we do the first look.  We can do that either alone, just us and our couple or allow everyone to watch and get their reactions.  First looks are often emotional and touching moments.

05  13 2018 001 (Sheet 1)05 13 2018 001 (Sheet 1) Then we get into group photos your party and families and finish with our couple.  Then into the ceremony and reception.  This is a simplified look at this type of wedding, however you get the idea.  As I said, figure starting three hour prior to your ceremony start time.  The time gives us some room for "stuff".. "Stuff" always happens that eats up time.  Better to have a little extra time built in.

In a nut shell that's a day in the life of our wedding day.  Our day is anywhere from 8 hour on up most often 10 to 11 hours long.

11 17 2019 005 (Sheet 5)11 17 2019 005 (Sheet 5) Our next blog post will be on a different type of wedding day, so, check back soon.

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