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Wedding Questionnaire


WEDDING QUESTIONNAIRE

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Wedding Questionnaire


WEDDING QUESTIONNAIRE

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It's time to fill out your wedding questionnaire!

Having all of these sweet detes will help make your wedding day flow smoothly and stress-free! 


Your Name *
Your Name
Your Fiance's Name *
Your Fiance's Name
Your Cell *
Your Cell
Your Fiance's Cell *
Your Fiance's Cell
(this should be someone other than the bride or groom, i.e. mother of the bride, maid of honor, etc.)
Contact Person's Cell *
Contact Person's Cell
Wedding Date *
Wedding Date
Ceremony location *
Ceremony location
Is your reception at the same location as your ceremony? *
Regarding a first look *
If you don't have a first look, we will take 1-1.5 hours after the ceremony for photos. Of course, that is totally fine, I just don't want this to be a surprise to anyone, so make sure you have hors d'oeuvres for your guests!
(it's usually best if I arrive the same time as the bride's hair + ,makeup is scheduled to start)
COPY + PASTE your wedding day timeline HERE!
I don't require a long, detailed shot list because 1) LEZ BE REAL YOU DON'T NEED ONE MORE THING TO STRESS ABOUT and 2) as a documentary-style photographer, I believe this interferes with the natural flow of your day. I want to capture all the natural, authentic beauty and joy of your day! That being said, while I GOTCHA COVERED in the standard family + wedding party portrait department (i.e. bride + mom and dad, bride + siblings, bride + groom with each other's families, full wedding party, bride/groom with each bridesmaid/groomsmen, etc. etc.) please list any unique groupings you'd like during the portrait time slot! (ex. bride + only bridesmaids who were college roommates, groom + only groomsmen who are co-workers, etc.) LIST THOSE HERE:
Tell me all about any traditions, special details, or unique aspects of you wedding I should be aware of!
Do you have a Pinterest board you're using for inspiration? What are 5 words to describe your dream wedding? What is the most important aspect of your wedding to you?