Your perfect wedding day timeline will adjust depending on the time of year and if daylight savings has taken place or not. But, working backward from sunset can help as well as asking your venue when the appropriate time to have your ceremony should be.
Dress, flowers (all bouquets & boutonnieres), invitation suite, rings, shoes, veil, jewelry, hankie, garter, socks, bowtie, cufflinks, watch, vow books, notes to each other, something “old, new, borrowed, blue”, dress hanger, etc.
Group Photos | Solo of Groom Getting Ready
Bridesmaid Hair & Makeup should be done around 1 pm | Bridesmaids Dressed by 1:30 pm | MOB Dressed by 1:40 pm | Mom helping B into the dress by 1:50 pm | Bride putting on shoes
Bride Portraits | Groom Portraits
Ceremony & Reception Detail Shots
Grand entrance & first dance
In conclusion, a perfect wedding day timeline is one that is tailored to the couple’s preferences and needs, taking into consideration the venue, number of guests, and other logistical details.
Working with your wedding photographer can offer valuable insights and advice on how to create a timeline that ensures that the couple and their guests have an unforgettable experience.
By allowing ample time for each aspect of the wedding day, from getting ready to the ceremony and reception, couples can relax and enjoy every moment of their special day without feeling rushed or stressed.
A well-planned timeline is key to ensuring that the couple’s vision for their wedding day is brought to life, creating lasting memories that they will cherish for years to come.
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