(Closed) Friday wedding itinerary

posted 8 years ago in November 2011
Post # 3
259 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

If you are having a full mass your catholic ceremony will definitely be at least an hour (maybe a little bit longer, like an hour and 15 minutes?) If you are not having the eucharist, it will be more like 30 minutes. 

I have no idea about your other questions. Good luck!

Post # 4
1079 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

As far as photos you should ask your photographer what s/he wants. It really depends on how many photos, which depends on how many groups of people. For example, if you have pics with the wedding party and then with family it would take a lot less time than if you have pics with every combination of people, plus a group from college, a group from work, all extended family, etc etc. Also three locations is a lot. We had our e-pics at three locations (several different angles at each) and that took 1:45 door to door for just the two of us. I think you’ll be tired of taking photos after not very long, especially pre-wedding. At that rate you’ll also need to pay your photographer (and second shooter) for 10 hours.

I would suggest being at the church by 4ish for a 4:30 ceremony. Take photos at one close location for an hour and a half before. Figure get dressed the hour before that, hair and makeup 3 hours before that. Don’t forget to eat lunch too. So make your hair appointments around 10. I think that makes your day busy enough.

Post # 5
117 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

We were worried about pictures/daylight/ceremony timing too! We are doing a “first look” and getting a lot of the pictures done before the wedding so we can actually attend our reception. This might work for you depending on how traditional your weddins is..though it sounds like it might be farily traditional.

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