101 Days of Wedding Planning: Day 71: Give "must-have" shots list to your photographer and videographer. (Include who should be in formal portraits and determine when portraits will be taken...)
A photographer and videographer are brought on to capture moments from your wedding so you can have a record of and remember everything from your special day for a lifetime. A "must have" shots list tells them what you definitely want them to capture. So grab a paper and pen and choose your "must have" shots, from this detailed list.
40+ "Must Have" Shots List for your wedding photographer &/or videographer:
Altar or Chuppah (before and during the ceremony)
Bride in the Wedding Transportation
Ceremony Space (while empty and during the ceremony)
End of the Night Exit
Entrance into the Reception
Family (each side with the bride and groom)
First Dance & Other Special Dances (ex. Father-daughter, etc.)
First Look from your Future Spouse (as you walk down the aisle and before if applicable)
Food & Drinks
Getting Ready (entire wedding party)
Guest Book or Alternative
Outside of the Wedding Ceremony & Reception Venue
Reception Space (while empty and during the reception)
Signing of the Marriage License (if applicable)
Special Traditions (ex. jumping the broom, lighting of unity candles, etc.)
Walk Up and Down the Aisle
Wedding Jewelry & Accessories (including the grooms' and attendants')
Wedding Party (together and men only/women only
Wedding Stationery (ex. program, menu, etc.)
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