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Jasmine captured our wedding day the best out of anyone we could have thought of.
— Aleesha, Bride
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wedding DAY

Capturing the details of the entire day help to tell the complete story of your wedding. We tell our brides to be in the finishing stages of hair and makeup when we arrive, but not in the dress yet. While you and your bridal party are in the finishing stages of hair and makeup, your photographer or videographer should arrive to photograph the details of the wedding that you are going to want to remember. These details include your dress, shoes, jewelry, and bouquet.

2:30 PM: Bride Gets Dressed

An hour might not seem like a lot, but depending on your schedule you should be finishing getting ready around this time. Many brides request that we capture the moment of them getting into their dress while others ask us to come in after they are covered. 

Reception File In

Around this time guests should be arriving at their reception spots and should begin filing into the area.  There may be a sign-in sheet for guests to leave a note as well.

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Preparing

Ok now that the formals are out of the way, everyone has a few minutes to just relax, get a drink, and recompose themselves and get ready for the ceremony.  This is also usually when guests start entering the wedding venue and situating themselves.

Ceremony

Get ready to get married! Here comes the bride! All eyes are on you as you walk down the aisle. This is perhaps the most special moment of the big day and we cover it from multiple perspectives. It’s always nice to see your expression as you are walking down the aisle with all eyes on you…but let’s not forget about your groom! We make sure to capture his reaction as well and these are some of our favorite photos from a wedding day.

Family Photos and Cocktail Hour

Now that everyone is together, you can choose to take some extended family photos with other members of your family.  Depending on how big your family is, there could be a huge line of family members wanting to get their picture taken with the couple.

For the other guests, there is usually a cocktail hour where refreshments and Hors d’oeuvre are being served.  After the family photos are taken, the family can also get in on the cocktails and refreshments before going off to the reception venue.

Reception File In

Around this time guests should be arriving at their reception spots and should begin filing into the area.  There may be a sign-in sheet for guests to leave a note as well.

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Wedding Day Check List

1. Good Attitude
2. Calendar
3. Hair Tie
4. Photographer
5. Hair & Make-Up
6. Budget
7. Happy Partner
8. Florist
9. Payments
10. A Good Time
11. Love
12. Happiness

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