Wedding Planning Freebie Just for YOU!

Aug 19

 

 

 

Who knows that planning a wedding can be a little (or a LOT) overwhelming? Yep– we are all raising our hands. If you’re like me, you pay attention to the little details and the special moments, and you want everything to look and feel nice– the perfect backdrop for the perfect day. That saying– it’s the little things in life– is true. Because it really is the little things that make a big difference!

 

When I first started photographing weddings, I didn’t have a lot of experience, and I think I had only attended maybe two or three weddings in my life (including my own haha!). I had noooo idea how to plan out a wedding day or what to anticipate, but after six years of experience, I’ve learned a few things, and one of them is that it is SO important to have an idea about what moments need captured and when they need to happen. Instead of scrambling around, waiting for things to happen, wondering when they’re going to occur, or just letting the wind take you, it’s much better to be prepared and know when most things are going to occur so you can get those checked off and then be ready to document the special little moments that no one expects (and ends up cherishing forever!).

 

So if you’re a bride in some phase of planning out the big day, a photographer or videographer working with a couple to develop a timeline, a wedding planner, or any other vendor, this handy dandy schedule planner will be a super helpful tool for you! This is what I use to plan out a timeline with the couples I serve, and it hasn’t failed me yet! We all feel organized, ready to go, and can make sure all those lovely little things are captured!

 

Giving is my love language and always has been, so subscribe below to my brand new mailing list to get this freebie and all kinds of other good things! We’ll send you an email with a link to download the file– yay!!

 

 

 

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