Wedding Planning Tips – Morning

Wedding Planning Tips – Morning

Bride: 1 – 1.5 hour & Groom: 30 minutes – 1 hour

If you would like me to photograph your “Getting Ready Bit” either at your place or the hotel room, I would like to have minimum of 1.5 hours hopefully for the bride and minimum of 30 minutes – 1 hour for the groom. Plus I need to add traveling time between any two locations.

Usually I go to the groom’s place first then I go to the bride and we go to the ceremony together.

Hair & Make-up artists – 1 hour before your departure

By the time I arrive to the bride’s place or hotel room 1 – 1.5 hours before we leave to the ceremony, I would like your Hair & Make-up artists to be finished and ready go! It is so that I can photograph your little details such as bouquets, dress, accessories and of course you, your bridal party and family’s “getting ready bit” better.  
It means, when I arrive to your room, that’s when you gotta say BYE to your lovely Hair & Make-up artists.

Hope this little article will help you to plan your day better!

Wedding Planning Tips - Morning
Getting Ready in the hotel room – Wedding Planning Tips – Morning

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On your wedding day

On your wedding day

If you have done all that you humanly can do to ensure the day runs as smoothly as possible, then you can and should relax. Give thought to the reason you are getting married  and why everyone is three to help you celebrate the occasions.
No wedding is ever perfect and if you accept this, you will be in a better position to enjoy your day all the more.

  • Relinquish control by being a guest your own wedding and appoint a wedding day coordinator (such as MC of rusted family member) You bridal party, the host and service providers are there to tend to any problems. Let the day take care of itself and have faith everything will work out – because it will.
  • Have something to eat and drink such as energy foods – chocolates, energy bars, banana and yoghurt. your wedding day is not the same to worry about the caroline count.
  • Try to personality thank every person who has attended your wedding. it’s hard to stop and speak to everyone at length, but a quick glad you could make it, it means a lot to us to see you there…” is fine.  There will be some people that you have not met previously so it’s  important to make a point of meeting and thanking them as well. Don’t forger to also let your best friend/s know how much their friendship has meant to you over the years.
  • Make sure that you are the first to leave the reception. Even newlyweds can overstay their welcome, as guests are waiting for you to leave first before they can go home.Your photographer will be photographing you during the reception party, don’t forget to smile on their camera, too!

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