A wedding photographer’s timeline suggestions:
Because, as a wedding photographer, I know there are a lot of things to consider when planning your wedding day timeline. Especially if photos are important to you! Without any experience, it can result in some frustrating timing when you’re planning your wedding day timeline.
If you have a set ceremony time based on venue availability, officiant availability, or even guest availability that is the best place to start. Wanting sunset photos, getting ready photos, or even a large variety of wedding party portraits can start to create large gaps in your wedding day timeline.
Another thing to consider is travel time if you are getting married in one venue, and your reception is at another. Or if you want a first look or bridal portraits, or are even getting ready further than 5-10 minutes from your venue.
So, that basically just means that there are SO many things to consider when planning your wedding day timeline for your photographers.
I could go on to at least 50 points to add to the list of things to consider when planning your wedding day timeline. But instead of writing an essay, I’ve decided to just show you what I would do!
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