Mystic Order of Dreamer Vigilance and Camera Alignment
Full Names of Bride and Groom
Estimated number of guests at the wedding:
Please detail the timeline of the day including the "getting ready" portion and the locations for each aspect, or please refer us to the wedding coordinator for that information..
Name and contact information of wedding coordinator. (Please indicate whether you wish for us to contact the wedding coordinator prior to the event.)
Brides Parents Names:
Grooms Parents Names:
Maid of Honor:
Are there any step-parents or superheroes or other family situations we should be aware of?
How many Bridesmaids will there be ? Please provide their first names.
How many Groomsmen will there be? Please provide their first names:
Please provide the names of any Flower Girls:
Please provide the names of any Ring Bearers:
Does the couple or either Bride or Groom have any children who will be attending the wedding? If so , please provide their ages and first names:
Name of Brides siblings who will be present at the wedding:
Name of Groom's siblings who will be present at the wedding:
Please describe your wedding day style in one sentence..
Are there any special parts of the ceremony or reception that you want us to capture that are out of the ordinary?
How would you best describe your wedding? Semi - Casual/ Semi - Formal /Formal (the expected attire of wedding guests:
Will the Bride and Groom opt to see each other before the wedding for photos? If so, how much time can you allot for photos together prior to the ceremony and would you rather have posed family photos before or after the ceremony?
If not, please do allow at least 90 minutes for photographs of the bride and groom and the posed photographs with family after the reception. We will gladly wander with you into a field or to the edge of a cliff for gorgeous shots if you can provide more time as well. Please note if you wish to reserve less time for post-ceremony shots so that we can strategize and prioritize together to get the most out of the time you are willing and able to reserve in your day for these photos.
Please list any specific posed photos that you want that are not listed below or anything else you would like us to know . Please include any non - traditional events or happenings we should expect at your wedding.
Bride with bridesmaids and bride with groomsmen. Groom with bridesmaids and groom with groomsmen. Bride with maid/matron of honor. Groom with best man Bride and groom with entire wedding party. Bride with her parents / grandparents. Groom with his parents / grandparents. Bride and Groom with parents Bride with her siblings. Groom with his siblings Bride and groom with her /his immediate family. Solo portraits of Bride and Groom Bride and groom together. Bride and groom with officiant.
Your VIP List : Please list people who you want to be sure to have photographs of. This list should not inclu de bridesmaids, groomsmen or p arents of the bride and groom. It should include people like grandparents, aunts/uncles, important friends, etc. We will, of course, take many pictures of various guests but these are the VIPs that we will try our hardest to capture.
Since most weddings span one or even two mealtimes, you may choose to provide a meal for the photographer and assistant with the guests or with the catering staff or we can leave the re ception to obtain a meal. If you choose to have us join your guests and you have assigned seating, if possible, please assign us to a table where we can easily get up and down to continue photography as needed. We fully understand and respect either choice. Please let us know what you prefer?
Often there are special photography guidelines from the wedding venueThis is an extremely important question. PLEASE do not assume the answer to this question. Most couples assume there are no restrictions but often there actually are. The best person to ask is the actual person who will be performing your ceremony. It is important to know them ahead of time so we can discuss how they might affect your pictures
Will your program or the person officiating the ceremony ask people not to take out their cameras and devices during the ceremony? It is not required but it does tend to make for lovlier and more timeless pictures when people are not leaning down the aisle with their phones and ipads.