What Are the Important Shot List I Should Give to Our Wedding Photographer?
It’s hard to say what is a good shot list, but here is a wedding check list you can use:
Hair /Makeup Shots, including brushes, the makeup artist in action, close ups of things like eyelashes, lips, smiling bride
Bridesmaids “getting ready” laughing together
Bride’s dress with bridesmaid dresses in unique situations.
Any special bride items like monogrammed, handkercheif, family bible, etc.
Bride getting dressed (we usually had the bridesmaids in their dresses prior to this.
Mother of the Bride placing the veil, kissing bride.
All bridesmaids admiring bride.
Groom and groomsmen having fun
Groom’s important items: suit hanging, tie or bow tie, shoes, cuff links.
Groom getting dressed
Groom and groomsmen putting on vests, ties and tying for each other.
Groom with father tying tie or bow tie
Groom with groomsmen hanging out in hotel room
Grooms party enters
Bridal party down the aisle
Flower girls and ring bearers
Bride down the aisle
Groom’s reaction to bride (this has become a HUGE ordeal in the past years)
Pronouncement of Marriage
Recessional ( We always made sure to get many sheer joy photos of the bride and groom receeding!)
Parents of Bride and Groom with THEIR friends (we always offered this to the parents and they LOVED it)
Any special friend groupings
Dinner details, plating, buffet prior to serving
Bar and tenders and any personal details there
Bride and Groom First Dance
Father Daughter Dance
Mother Son Dance
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