Valentine’s Day has come and gone, which means somehow we’re already at the start of another month and spring is just around the corner. In other words, wedding season is almost here!
If you’re getting married this year, more than likely you’ve already spent some time thinking through your day-of timeline. There are *so* many details to consider when putting together your wedding day, and it can get overwhelming quickly!
So today, my sweet friend Jess of Jessica Dum Wedding Coordination invited me to take a step back and focus on the timeline from one angle: the photography perspective. You can scroll down for a snippet from my post, or head directly to the blog HERE.
This may come as a surprise, but I am a firm believer that your wedding day should NEVER revolve around photos. After all, you’ve hired your photographer because you’re getting married – not the other way around! :)
However, I also believe that it would be a huge disservice to my brides to just throw everything to the wind and grab photos “when they happen”. Can you even imagine how chaotic that would be?
Instead, I’ve found the sweet spot to be in the middle. Yes, your wedding day timeline should definitely take photography into consideration, but it should also consider convenience for you and your groom, your bridal party, your family members, and all of your guests, too!
With that in mind, here are three important things to keep in mind when planning your wedding photography timeline.