Wedding Day Timeline Tips For A Relaxed Day
I can help create a draft wedding day timeline so you feel relaxed, can enjoy each moment and have fun throughout the day.
As a guide I recommend allowing the time below for each part of the day (travel time to locations not included).
1.5-2 hours Each
You can be photographed getting ready with your partner, separately or not at all. You do you! It's a great time to capture the anticipation and excitement before you walk down the aisle with your family and friends.
30 Minutes prior
I arrive 30 minutes before the ceremony starts to allow for parking, photographing the ceremony set-up, guests arriving and your partner waiting.
Most wedding ceremonies are 30 minutes long and will often start a tad late because getting 100 people to be on time is a big task. Your celebrant will let you know exactly how long is needed for what you'd like to include.
Remember to allow time for guests to congratulate you after the ceremony. Some of the most beautiful, real moments happen during hugs and kisses from your loved ones.
The most important photos from your wedding day that you will cherish for years to come. This is the time for formal photos with both your families. A family photo list is a great idea so you don't forget anyone.
Wedding Party & Couple Photos
Coverage until 9:30pm usually captures your entrance, speeches, cake cut, first dance and guest dance floor action. All the formalities and fun!