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Indianapolis-based photography and film team. Our approach is simple and refined, all we want is to beautifully document love in its many forms.

Wedding Day Questionnaire

Wedding Day Questionnaire

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Please fill out the form including as many details as possible. This information can be crucial in helping me photograph your day smoothly. 

In addition to this form, please keep the following general information in mind as you are making final arrangements.

1. Make sure there is natural light in the room where the bride will be getting ready (window light). This makes a WORLD of difference in your images.

2. If possible, try to have all bridal details together before the photographer arrives. (Dress, jewelry, shoes, bouquet, garter, veil, etc)

3. Keep the area near the window free of trash, bags, snacks, etc. This will be where the bride will be putting on her dress! (We don’t need any Aquafina bottles in our bridal portraits).

4. Allow more time than you think you need to get ready! It’s better to be safe than RUSHED!

Please email me if you have any questions!

This information is important in the event of an emergency on the wedding day & it is also needed if your wedding is submitted for publication (magazines or blogs). When submitting to any publication, they will need all of your vendor information. Please complete whatever information applies to your wedding! Little details are the best! ex: your necklace was your GREAT grandmothers that she wore on her wedding day! When I KNOW these details, I can make sure that I capture everything that has sentimental value to you!
Family formals do not have to take over 20 minutes. However, this is only possible if we are organized beforehand! Please list ten different groupings for family photos. For example: 1. Bride and groom with parents. 2. Bride and Groom with grandparents. 3. Bride and Groom with siblings. Within these groupings, you can have more than one shot (ex. B&G with Grooms parents, B&G with Brides Parents, etc.) If you have a very large family and more than 10 group photos, I suggest saving some of the extended family shots until the reception so that family portrait time will not interfere with your romantic portraits and you will not keep your guests waiting at the reception. Please inform me of any family members that may not get along and/or may not want to be grouped with a certain other family members so that we can avoid and awkward interactions during family formals. PLEASE, INCLUDE FIRST NAMES FOR EVERYONE IN EACH PORTRAIT. EX: B&G with Bride’s Parents (Kevin & Brenda)
Surprises? Gifts? Unique traditions?
Arrangements have been made for the photographer and assistant to be seated and served a meal with the wedding guests *