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Must-Take Wedding Photo Shot List
 

 
Wedding photography is an important element to have in your wedding, so be prepared to smile a lot on your wedding day (well, it should come easy!). Below is a comprehensive photography shot list you can suggest to your Pakistani Wedding Photographer Connecticut so that no special moment goes uncaptured.

And while you’re at it, heed these bonus words of advice: let your Phoenix Vietnamese Wedding Videographer and photographer know who your VIPs are; better yet, appoint someone familiar with the crowd to point out who’s who so no one is missed. Lastly, and more importantly, give your pro a heads up on any strained relationships (e.g. divorced parents) who might need to be discreetly separated or photographed in separate group shots.

Pre-Ceremony

• The bride hanging out with her bridal party
• The bride getting her hair and makeup done
• The bride putting on her dress
• Still lifes of the bride’s dress, shoes, headpiece, jewelry, and bouquet
• The bride pinning a boutonniere on her dad
• The bride putting a corsage on her mom
• The bridal party leaving for the ceremony

Ceremony

• Interior and exterior shots of the venue
• The bride and her dad arriving
• The wedding party arriving
• The guests arriving
• The groom and his best man at the altar
• The altar
• The bridal party walking down the aisle
• The bride and her dad walking down the aisle
• The bride’s mom walking down the aisle
• The groom’s mom and dad walking down the aisle
• The bride’s and groom’s grandparents walking down the aisle
• The groom’s reaction to seeing the bride
• The bride’s dad giving her away
• The person doing the readings
• The bride and groom listening to the officiant
• The unity candle lighting
• The bride and groom during the vow exchange
• The bride’s and groom’s parents watching from their seats
• The officiant performing the ceremony
• The musicians playing
• The newlyweds exchanging a kiss
• The moment right after the kiss
• The bride and groom walking up the aisle as newlyweds
• The bride and groom greeting the crowd
• The crowd performing the exit toss
• The bride and groom leaving for the reception

Reception

• Interior and exterior shots of the venue
• The bride and her dad arriving
• The wedding party arriving
• The guests arriving
• The groom and his best man at the altar
• The altar
• The bridal party walking down the aisle
• The bride and her dad walking down the aisle
• The bride’s mom walking down the aisle
• The groom’s mom and dad walking down the aisle
• The bride’s and groom’s grandparents walking down the aisle
• The groom’s reaction to seeing the bride
• The bride’s dad giving her away
• The person doing the readings
• The bride and groom listening to the officiant
• The unity candle lighting
• The bride and groom during the vow exchange
• The bride’s and groom’s parents watching from their seats
• The officiant performing the ceremony
• The musicians playing
• The newlyweds exchanging a kiss
• The moment right after the kiss
• The bride and groom walking up the aisle as newlyweds
• The bride and groom greeting the crowd
• The crowd performing the exit toss
• The bride and groom leaving for the reception

Portraits and Group Shots

• The bride in her dress
• The bride with her maid of honor
• The bride with her bridesmaids and the flower girl
• The groom with the best man
• The groom with the groomsmen, ushers, and ring bearer
• The bride with her family
• The groom with his family
• The bride and groom with the wedding party
• The bride and groom with the bride’s family
• The bride and groom with the groom’s family
• The bride and groom with the bride’s grandparents
• The bride and groom with the groom’s grandparents
• The bride with the child attendants
• The bride with her high school or college friends
• The groom with his high school or college friends

More likely, your professional Gilbert Wedding Photographer already have their own list, which contains most of these shots, but it never hurts to suggest, right? If you have other shots you wished to be taken that aren’t on the list, don’t hesitate to mention it to your Chicago Muslim Wedding Photographer. Wedding vendors, like Saiaf Films, are more than happy to grant your special requests for your big day.