* Bride's Name
Bride's Phone #
* Groom's Name
Groom's Phone #
Mailing Address (after the wedding)
How many in the wedding party?
Please include the number of bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girls & ring bearers.
Number of Guests
Will you have a day of planner or wedding coordinator?
Will he/she be putting together the wedding timeline? If so, please provide contact info.
Name of florist
Name of DJ
Name of Make-Up and Hair Artist
Dress Designer / Bridal Boutique
Name of Videographer
Name of Baker
Invitation / Paper Source
Location of Bride getting ready
*please include the start time
Location of Groom getting ready
*please include the start time
Bridal Details (Any special heirlooms? Detailed descriptions are the best! for instance, your necklace was your great grandma’s that she wore on her wedding day. When I know these details, I can make sure I put extra focus on everything that has sentimental value to you)
Maid of Honor Contact Information
Best Man contact information
Will we be doing a first look before the ceremony?
I am a sucker for the details! No matter how simple or elaborate...tell me about your wedding day vision!
colors, attire, games, special favors, etc...
Will there be an exchange of cards/gifts between bride and groom? (If so, please include when and where as well as who will be presenting them)
Anything important or out of the ordinary you would like me to know about your getting ready plans?
Ceremony start time
Estimated ceremony length
Will the ceremony be held indoors or outdoors?
In the event of rain, has a backup plan been discussed with your venue?
Will the groom and groomsmen be walking down the aisle?
If so, will the groomsmen be walking with each bridesmaid?
Who will be walking the bride down the aisle?
Will the ceremony be religious or not? If yes, please explain.
Any speeches or other planned events?
Are there any photography restrictions and rules?
(Some ceremony locations (especially churches) have strict photography restrictions, such as the photographer only being allowed to shoot from the far back. Most couples assume there are no restrictions, when there actually are. The best person to ask is the person performing your ceremony. This is important information needed prior to your wedding.)
How Important are Photographs to you on you're wedding day? Mildly, Very, Extremely Important?
Please consider: Formals Please keep in mind that the amount of formal photographs we can take is dependent on the time block allotted. Teri Kramer Photography’s style requires some creative time to achieve similar results to what you’ve seen in the TKP portfolio. For this reason, I requests the following time allotments for portraits on your wedding day: At least 30 minutes alone with the couple (preferably 40 minutes) 20 minutes with bridal party (depending on size) 5-7 minutes for each family portrait.
Family formals do not have to take an extensive amount of time, however this is only possible if we are organized beforehand. Please provide when and where information to anyone who is to be photographed during family portraits prior to the wedding. Getting people where they need to be for photos is the most time consuming part of group photos. It is best to assign a family member or friend who knows the people to be in the photos to help gather then up.
Would you like traditional portraits? *A complete shot list can be emailed to me separate from this form if you prefer.
B&G with Bride’s grandparents; parents; siblings B&G with Groom’s grandparents; parents; siblings Bride w/bridesmaids - grouped and separately Groom w/groomsmen- grouped and separately B&G w/Entire bridal party Bride and Groom – together and separately Note: Should you have a very large family and/or 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 bride and groom portraits and you will not keep your guests waiting at the reception. Would you like any or all formal photographs to be taken prior to the ceremony? (Even if you aren’t doing a First Look, we can cut out a lot of time by photographing bride/with bridesmaids and groom/with groomsmen)...
Special Group Requests
Are there any special circumstances I should be aware of? (divorces, death, disabilities, etc)
Would you like to use your cocktail hour for photographs?
Please note: If you opt for no first look, please allow your cocktail hour for family, wedding party and romantic portraits.
Would you like a golden sunset session for the bride and groom? This will take about 15-25 minutes during your reception and will add more photos with gorgeous lighting. For an estimate on what time this will be, please visit a sunset calculator to view the sunset time.
Reception - If different from ceremony location
Reception location address
Estimated guest arrival time
Estimated time reception room decorations will be completed (Please ask your coordinator if you are unsure)
Reception start time?
Grand Entrance time?
First Dance time?
Father/ Daughter Dance?
Mother/ Son Dance?
Any Surprises? Please include any other information you feel is important (ie, the bride will be changing into a different dress, groom will surprise bride with choreographed dance, etc. Feel free to send this Information separately so surprises aren’t spoiled – I’m a good secret keeper, promise!)
Bride's Siblings (are any in the wedding party?)
Groom's Siblings (are any in the wedding party?)
Maid/Matron of Honor
Ring Bearer (Including age)
Flower girl (Including age)
Will any other children be included in the ceremony or formals?
Will you be doing a special exit from your reception? (Sparklers? Driving off in a special car?)
Reception end time?
Any additional details: