A wedding timeline

is invaluable for a well-organized and memorable day for both the bride, her coordinator, and especially her photographer. It ensures a smooth flow of events, reducing stress for both the bride and the photographer.

Your timeline makes sure we allocate sufficient time for each photo session, enabling me to capture all the important moments without rushing you or anyone around youl

bride getting ready
wedding dress

Your wedding timeline helps synchronize the my schedule with the bride's, ensuring they're present for key scenes like getting ready and wedding details before the ceremony starts. It also it aids in planning optimal lighting conditions for outdoor shoots or golden hour portraits. You don't want to miss golden hour portraits!

Lastly, a timeline allows for flexibility if unexpected delays occur, allowing the photographer to adapt and still deliver exceptional shots.

bride looking at her dress
bride walking down aisle

Overall, a well-structured timeline enhances communication, collaboration, and the overall photography experience, resulting in beautiful and treasured wedding memories.

I usually start with these 5 main categories to craft up your timeline:

Wedding details, bride dress/ mock getting ready, ceremony start time, reception start time, mock exit.

Remember that all wedding days are different, and your timeline may differ due to travel times and unique situations.

ceremony couple
family portraits
golden hour portraits
start of reception
reception speeches
reception dancing
bride and groom cutting cake