Post # 1
How long should you schedule for your wedding pics on the day of? I have a couple of hours between the ceremony and the reception and I’m starting to wonder if that’s enough time to move everyone to the photo location and get pics of just us, the bridal party, and all of our respective family/friend shots that we want.
How much time have other people had to work with? How would you work around a time constraint?
Post # 3
When my brother got married,all of their shots were taken at the cermeony site (The Jewel Box) and they took I think i hour for them. Then they drove to the reception right after. I think they must have ran longer because they were late getting back to the reception. I think two hours will be okay for the picture taking and to get to the reception venue
Post # 4
We met our photographer at 4 for me to get dressed and do touchups on makeup and hair (they had already been done before). We then did our first look and took pictures about 10 minutes drive away for about an hour. We were back at our location at 6 so that I had time for fixups before the start of the ceremony at 6:30.
Post # 5
You should keep at least an hour for portraits. During an hour you can get around 200 pics or so from which you can chose around final 60 for image enhancement
Post # 6
We are planning about 30 min in the church for formal pictures with family, the entire group, etc. We are then going outside for 30 minutes, going to do a few (3 different shots) of the wedding party outside and then pictures of us (hopefully 20 out of the 30 minutes).
Our photographer said that should be plenty