Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and thank you for choosing me as your photographer! Please fill in the information below to help us better prepare for your special day. Thanks!

YOUR INFO
Bride's Name *
Bride's Name
Groom's Name *
Groom's Name
Address *
Address
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Dates, Times and Places
Wedding Date *
Wedding Date
Photographer Start Time *
Photographer Start Time
Photographer End Time *
Photographer End Time
Rehearsal Date
Rehearsal Date
Rehearsal Time
Rehearsal Time
Ceremony Start Time
Ceremony Start Time
Reception Start Time
Reception Start Time
Family Portraits
Please list all of the family pictures you would like to have taken.
Wedding Party
Best Man
Best Man
Maid/Matron of Honour
Maid/Matron of Honour
Wedding Details
Will the Bride and Groom see each other before the ceremony? *
Guidelines *
Often there are special photography guidelines from the church/wedding venue. (For example, many catholic churches do not allow the use of a flash or photos of certain rituals.) This is an extremely important question. PLEASE do not assume the answer to this question. Most couples assume there are no restrictions when 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. Are there restrictions?
Reception Meal *
Since most weddings span one or even two mealtimes, you may choose to provide a meal for the photographer and assistant or have us leave the reception to obtain a meal. If you choose to have us join your guests and you have assigned seating, please assign us to a table where we can easily get up and down to continue photography as needed. What would you prefer?
Please list people who you want to be sure to have photographs of. This list should not inclu de bridesmaids, groomsmen or parents 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. Remember, you must designate someone besides yourself who can help us to identify these people.
Sample Shots
Here are some sample shots of what we would typically capture at your wedding. Please check off any you would like and add any you would like that are not listed here.
Getting Ready
Ceremony
Posed Portraits
Reception
Your Style
What Percentage of each type of Photography would you like?
The 4 numbers below should add up to 100%
This avoids posed or prompted shots and captures the spontaneity of your wedding day. Moments are not created; they are captured. Photojournalism shows you the joy, emotion, and spontaneity of the day. Photographs are simple and immediate.
These are semi-posed, natural looking, casual portraits. Individuals or groups of people are brought together without the look of a formal set-up. This style gives a more relaxed, contemporary and fun look.
Individuals or groups of people are set up by the photographer in formal poses. The complete opposite to candid photography. This is typically the most traditional style of wedding photography and is very popular with older family members. The photos are quite formal but are very consistent. This would include posed portraits of the bride and groom, family, wedding attendants and prompted photos of the traditional "happenings" at your wedding.
A component of photojournalistic style. Captures small details that help you to truly remember the day - the beads of a dress, the swirls of frosting on the cake, the pearls on your ears, the blossoms of your flowers, artistic close ups of the rings, etc .