Why do I need a wedding timeline?
The best thing you can do to minimize stress on your wedding day is to have a solid wedding day time line. On your big day you don’t want to be running around without a plan because it can spiral really quickly. The wedding day timeline is not the end all be all, but is an outline for how the day can look, so you can think ahead through your day with minimal stress.
Does hair and makeup ever run late and throw us off schedule? Yes, but because we had a plan to start out with we know your priorities, so in a time crunch, we can help you still get those sweet moments that you always dreamed of.
Maybe it’s really important to you to spend time doing something relaxing and fun with your girls in the morning while having mimosas in matching robes. Maybe you want to exchange a meaningful gift and have a quiet moment with your favorite person before you say “I do”. Maybe you want to exchange meaningful gifts with your family or give someone important to you a letter. Or maybe you want to do a first look with your future spouse to have a special moment alone together before the celebration. There are so many wonderful ways to make the day your own and make it intentional and special.
One of our favorite things about photographing a wedding day is getting to spend some time with the couple before the day (sometimes on FaceTime) getting excited to celebrate the day with you and helping you get all of those special moments in your time line. K&T Photography has created several inspirational timelines that can be customized for your day, and get you ready to have the least amount of stress possible on your wedding day. We know that your day has so many moving parts to make it happen. We want this to be the most happy, and special day to start your marriage by helping you make a timeline that flows and is exactly what you want your wedding day to look like.
No matter what, making a plan will always help your day run more smoothly so you can focus on what really matters, your love.
We can’t wait to help you celebrate and capture your day.
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