When we featured Matt & Vann’s wedding we mentioned that there was an airtight schedule. Vann put together a multiple page itinerary that covered everything for the wedding day and the days leading up to the wedding. It was amazing (I created a similar document when Sarah got married so I was drooling when Vann sent it out to all of the vendors and wedding party).
The reason for today’s blog post isn’t to go on and on about Matt & Vann (although they are pretty great) it is to follow up on our previous blog post about formal family pictures. Wondering how these two tie together? In our previous post we stressed how important it is to pre-plan with us for all of the formal family photos you’d like taken the day of the wedding. We also said that these photos don’t have to take very long if everyone is on time and present.
While going through Matt & Vann’s itinerary this was the note written by Vann about the formal photos:
All parents and siblings must be present for photos
@Studio 2131. There are to be NO REQUESTS
given to the photographers at time of shoot. The
photographers worked with Vann and Matt to
determine a list of desired portraits and will be
coordinating this shoot according to that list.
We would never tell someone the day of the wedding that they can’t add a photo to the session, but when people do that it really affects the schedule that the bride and groom have set out. Matt & Vann did a GREAT job of organizing their wedding day and it showed. The day ran very smooth and ahead of schedule all day (and that almost never happens). If you’re in the process of putting together your wedding day timeline take a cue from these two – your labor will pay off!
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