Vendor Advice on PHOTO & VIDEO



When mapping out a timeline, keep in mind that each photographer has a different idea of how much time they need for certain types of photos. Whether family portraits are more important than ceremony photos, we want to prioritize what matters most. 
Robyn Aaron, The Modern Lovebird

Do a first look. This will be one of the few opportunities you will have to be with only each other before the wedding starts. You will have a chance to get all those family and bridal photos done and not be in such a rush. 
Jessica Lindberg, Edward Fox Photography

The biggest regret I hear from couples is not hiring a videographer. You want them there to capture all the big moments, especially for the ceremony and toasts. It's the best way to relive the night. 
Christina Wehbe Studios

When I meet with couples, I sit down with them and immediately sketch out a timeline for their day. Many times they havent thought that far ahead. Putting the day in perspective, in regards to photography, helps visualize their day way sooner than they realize. 
Lauryn Landacre, Photography by Lauryn

We try to educate the bride on keeping video in her budget, as pictures and video will be the only things left after her wedding day!
James Lee, Something New Media

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