Please fill out the form below so that I can properly price and schedule the services for your wedding day.

Basic Information
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Date of Wedding: *
Date of Wedding:
Have you hired a planner or have you appointed someone to be in charge of planning the day? *
The VIP
Please list names and amounts of the members of the wedding party.
Officiant:
Officiant:
Mother of Partner A:
Mother of Partner A:
Father of Partner A:
Father of Partner A:
Mother of Partner B:
Mother of Partner B:
Father of Partner B:
Father of Partner B:
Maid of Honor/Best Man for Partner A:
Maid of Honor/Best Man for Partner A:
Maid of Honor/Best Man for Partner B:
Maid of Honor/Best Man for Partner B:
The ceremony
What time will the ceremony begin? *
What time will the ceremony begin?
What is the address of the ceremony location? *
What is the address of the ceremony location?
For example, will there be a sand or tree ceremony, will the kiss be in the middle instead of the end, or will you have loved ones read Bible verses or poetry? Knowing this information allows for the ceremony photographs to run as smoothly as possible.
For example, some older buildings or churches do not allow flash photography, or some officiants prefer the photographer(s) to stay in a certain area during the service. If you are unsure, please provide contact information for the venue or officiant below.
The Reception
As far as the reception meal is concerned, I ask that you consider arranging a vendor meal or allowing the photographer(s) to bring a meal to eat during downtime in the reception. Please give enough notice so that the photographer(s) may make arrangements for a small meal break.
What time will the reception begin? *
What time will the reception begin?
What is the address of the reception location?
What is the address of the reception location?
If same as ceremony, leave blank.
Which of the following will be a part of your reception? *
Listed below are the most common shots at receptions.
Keep in mind any other traditions you may be taking part in, or whether you will be having a unique dance or exit.
Everything else
Do you intend to have shots of the wedding party getting ready? *
Do you intend to have formals taken? *
Having formals taken immediately after the ceremony is the most common option, but it may suit your particular schedule to do them another time in the day.
Please select the formal groupings you would like to have shot. *
The most common portrait groupings are listed below. Do not feel obligated to choose them all if they do not appeal to you.
I take responsibility for capturing the shots that you’ve indicated on this form. However, I cannot be held responsible for parties who leave early or don’t participate, shots not previously discussed, or timing miscalculations. If you decide to add a pose to the list, please make sure you are allowing the proper amount of time (about 3 minutes each) to have them shot. To allow the formal shots to run smoothly, it is best to make sure all participating parties know to be ready for pictures at the designated time and place!
Do you intend to have Couple portraits taken? *
How important do you consider the Couple portraits?
This is used to determine the amount of time allotted for these particular portraits
Often times the bride and groom choose to have their portraits taken immediately after the family formals are finished and lasting the remainder of cocktail hour, with the exception of "First Looks." A First Look is when the bride and groom see each other (often in private) before the ceremony. In this case, the bride and groom portraits can be finished before the ceremony, leaving them time to mingle with guests and allowing the meal to begin sooner.