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Yes and No.
Hear me out…because the answer isn’t overly straight forward and I’m here to help.
When it comes to executing a flawless event, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. You’re going to want to be as organized as possible leading up to your big day so that once it arrives, you have nothing to worry about.
This means having frank, detailed conversations with all of your vendors so that nothing can be forgotten or left to interpretation. A wedding planner is a great resource in this regard, but I’ll save that for another post.
When it comes to your wedding photography I’ve got you covered.
Having photographed over 500 weddings, I know what should be captured and when and the last thing I want for you is to feel paralyzed by the list.
You want the day to flow so that you can enjoy every moment and while I’d love to have you in front of my camera for the entirety of it, you’ll be thankful when you haven’t spent the whole day double checking things off or standing there for a bajillion photo combinations.
What do I mean by this? Simply put, leading up to your big day, (along with all of the other important information I’ll gather from you) I want you to let me know the details for your day that are important to you. Special traditions, heirloom pieces, vip’s for family formals that you want photos with etc. In these instances, a list is helpful. What shouldn’t happen is a list of typical wedding moments, Pinterest photos that ‘need’ to be recreated, or a daunting list of dozens of extended family/co-worker combinations.
The wedding day goes by fast, and it’s my job to ensure you enjoy your day while photos are being taken instead of having you feel like all you did was take photos. Know what I mean? ;)