To the planning bride babe in the house working on crafting the “perfect wedding day timeline”, this wedding gallery tip is for you, my gal!
I want to share with you a little timeline hack that will DOUBLE the Bride & Groom portraits you end up with in your gallery… ya ready? It’s short and sweet, so I’ll cut to the chase. SCHEDULE IN TEN MINUTES FOR SUNSET PORTRAITS. For real, it’s as simple as a 10 min fix! Although, if you want to add more time, your photographer will not complain. 😉
This typically takes place during the reception right after dinner, depending on the season of your wedding! We’ll sneak away for a few moments to soak up the glowy goodness without your guests even noticing. 🙌🏻
–You’ll have a bonus 10 minutes to step away & enjoy some quiet moments together for the FIRST TIME as newlyweds!
–It adds variety to your gallery! Usually Bride & Groom portraits are scheduled earlier in the day before or immediately following the ceremony, when the sun is still more on the harsh side. By making time for golden hour portraits you’ll have two completely different feels to the overall mood of your portraits and the results of that will show in your wedding gallery!
-It also gives your photographer more creative freedom to produce romantic dreamy portraits for the the two of you!
-Pretty much all of my couples plan for sunset portraits and NONE of them have regretted this use of time…in fact, I’ve only received positive feedback from #HSPcouples regarding their portrait experience!!! It truly is a win-win. 💃
Andrew and Alyssa’s wedding had sunset romantics scheduled into their timeline and I honestly can’t imagine their wedding gallery without them and the gorgeous rainbow that peeked out just for them. ❤️
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