Final Questions

Yay, your wedding day is right around the corner! We are so excited and can’t wait to capture all the love and beauty with our cameras! As promised, below you will find our final questionnaire that will help us prepare for your big day and make sure everything runs smoothly so that you can enjoy your wedding day to the fullest and receive gorgeous memories of it all.

 Please be as detailed as you can by filling out the form because the more information we have to work with, the better. If some questions don’t apply to you then don’t worry about answering them. If you prefer a personal meeting or a skype or phone call,  this is not a problem at all. We are there for and happy to chat about everything at any time you want!

We highly appreciate receiving your feedback in time, latest 2 weeks ( 14 days) before your wedding day. This ensures that we have enough time to review and adjust things if necessary.

  • The Location & Arrival Times

  • Your Photography

  • Ceremony

  • We always love to be well prepared for the parts of the day that we are purely documenting. How are you going to walk into your ceremony (i.e. with your dad, together with your fiancé, other?, who is also walking in with you, i.e. flower girl, brides maids and best men, etc.)
  • Same goes for the exit, the first steps you are taking together as newly weds want to captured well… When walking down the aisle after your ceremony, there are lots of fun things that can make this a real fun experience and gorgeous for photos and film. Ask your friends to toss flower petals or blow bubbles, if your are marrying in a church, ask everyone to leave the church first, before you do. This way you are creating an organic moment of celebration and happiness, and isn’t this what your wedding day should be all about? 🙂
  • Your Couple Photos

  • For your highlight film

  • For your photobooth

  • Wedding Vendors

  • We'd love to connect with all the other talented vendors you are working with. They will also appreciate some photos of their work.

  • Last Details

  • We recommend communicating to your guests to enjoy your wedding ceremony to the fullest and keep their phones and cameras in their pockets for this part of the day as it really doesn't look nice in your photographs if some guests are holding up cameras or even standing up and walking around. We are happy to give you tips on how to plan an unplugged ceremony.
  • If not, we need to chat to organize alternative ways of transportation for us, as we can't carry our equipment for long distances and have to prepare ourselves accordingly.