wedding Day Bridal Questionnaire

Hip Hip Hurray, It's almost your big day! So very close to those forevers. I know you are busy beyond and this is a bit lengthy -- but in answering this questionnaire we are perfectly prepped for coverage of the wedding of your dreams!

 

Please complete the form below

Wedding Date
Wedding Date
Ceremony Start Time
Ceremony Start Time
Bride
Bride
Groom
Groom
Mailing Address After Wedding
Mailing Address After Wedding
Preparation Info
Will you be doing First-Looks before the ceremony?
*We highly recommend a First-Look for all Fall/Winter Weddings in order to maximize your photo time in the daylight.
*Please specify who, when, and where.
CEREMONY INFO
*If your venue is a hotel, please leave valet or self-park instructions and how to validate our parking tickets
*especially important if your ceremony is in a church
*Traditional, non-denominational, catholic mass, casual, theatrics, special performances, unusual ceremony orders, butterfly release, etc
*bubbles, bird seed, rice, etc... Drive around the block in a getaway vehicle...
*Please consider the number of guests you may have and your timing. In our experience, receiving lines can take double or triple the time alotted and may take away from your scheduled photography time. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.
RECEPTION INFO
*Please list and specify any special event, traditions, or non-traditional moments that we should be aware of during your reception. Any other information that you would like for us to know about your reception can be listed here
*This does not apply to weddings under 6 hours* For all weddings 6 hours +, please let us know how you would like us to go about getting our dinner :) *It is recommended that you ask your caterer to serve our dinners at the same time as you -especially if you would like to do a sunset sneak-away session. It helps tremendously if we are finished when you are finished.
BRIDES FAMILY INFO
(Please include Step-Parents)
place an * next to siblings who are in the bridal party
deaths, divorces, disabilities, etc
GROOMS FAMILY INFO
(Please include Step-Parents)
place an * next to siblings who are in the bridal party
deaths, divorces, disabilities, etc
BRIDAL PARTY INFO
Please list each person and their title (example: Matron of Honor, Best Man, etc)
Color Scheme, anything out of the ordinary? Color of flowers, fun ties, funky socks, etc.
TIMELINES
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us!
This is very important, please do not forget to send us your *detailed* timeline. If you need assistance with your timeline to maximize your photo-time, please do not hesitate to contact us
Please consider your coverage time when selecting an arrival time (unless previously specified in wedding agreement)
GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY
*disclaimer: We do not guarantee any photographs, but we will make it a priority to capture the shots listed below.
If you are having group portraits taken, please list group members (their names and relations) and the groups you would like us to photograph. Every group will take approximately 3-4 minutes to photograph. E.g. 1. Bride + Groom + Brides parents (father John + mother Bridget) 2. Bride + Groom + Grooms parents (father Craig + mother Jane)
TRANSPORTATION
Please specify if you have transportation to and from each location for your entire bridal party. If you have a Party bus or limo for post-ceremony and would like a photographer/videographer to be on board, please let us know ahead of time. Please also account for an additional body to be included in your transportation head count.
IMPORTANT BLOG INFORMATION
We will post your previews on our blog a few days after your wedding day. The more information that you can provide, the more information we can include in your special blog feature! Thank you in advance!
Who organized your wedding day? Was it DIY, or did you hire a full service planner? Did your venue come with a planner/coordinator?
Please specify who made what in the event you did not have a traditional wedding cake.
How did you feel, how did you handle any stress? Was it easier or more difficult than you first thought?
Thoughts and/or encouragements?