Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
Getting Ready - Wedding Photography
The pre-wedding prep is one of the most celebratory parts of the big day—make sure your wfphoto.biz photographer is there to capture the action!
Wedding attire displayed on a clothes hanger
To-be-wed getting hair and makeup done with wedding party members (bride with bridal party and/or groom with groomsmen, for example)
Posed photos of to-be-wed and wedding party members in their getting-ready attire
Candid moments of to-be-wed and wedding party members getting dressed together
Mom and/or Dad helping to-be-wed get ready (Mom pinning veil onto bride, Dad helping groom pin on boutonniere, etc.)
To-be-weds with honor attendants (bride with maid of honor and groom with best man, for example)
Emotional moments of to-be-wed with parents (a "first look" with Mom and/or Dad, for example)
Emotional moments of to-be-wed with siblings
To-be-weds traveling to the ceremony
To-be-weds talking to (or crying with!) their parents and siblings right before the ceremony
Each to-be-wed right before walking down the aisle
Detail Shots - Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
While most of this wedding photography checklist involves photos of people, don't forget about all of the decor and special items that make your event unique. Many of these photos can be taken before the wedding so your photographer can focus on the people during the main event.
Close ups of personal flowers, such as bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, flower girl basket, etc.
Your ceremony and reception venue(s) decorated for your event, both exterior and interior, without people
Ceremony decor, such as altar, aisle markers, signage, and more
Wide and close-up shots of reception room and decor, including centerpieces, table settings, signage, guest book, favor table, etc.
Food and drink, including signature cocktail, hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, entrees, and more.
Fashion accessories, such as veil, headpiece, shoes, jewelry, cufflinks, tie, garter, etc.
Flat lay of stationery items, such as save-the-date, invitation, escort and place cards, ceremony programs, menu cards, and more (don't forget to bring extra copies for your photographer!)
Any special details, such as family heirlooms or nods to loved ones who have passed away
Wedding Ceremony - Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
The wedding ceremony is the emotional high point of your big day—and yes, your photographer captures every meaningful moment.
Guests arriving to ceremony and taking their seats
Close-up of to-be-wed waiting for partner's arrival
Couple at the altar
Wide shot of guests from couple's point of view
Wedding party and family members' reactions during emotional (or funny!) moments
Officiant performing ceremony
Close-up of couple's faces as they exchange vows
Close-ups of hands as wedding rings are exchanged
Newlyweds immediately after the ceremony, celebrating with loved ones
Couple leaving ceremony site
Wedding Party Portraits - Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
Your crew has been there for you throughout the wedding planning process, and it's time for their moment in the spotlight! Wedding party portraits, as well as family and couple portraits, may be taken at a few different times during the wedding day—most often, either before the wedding or during cocktail hour. Work with your wedding photographer to figure out the best time for these photo sessions to occur.
Newlywed with their side of the wedding party (groom with groomsmen, for example)
Couple with each side of the wedding party separately
Newlywed with opposite side of wedding party (groom with bridesmaids, for example)
Newlywed with each wedding party member on their side
Couple with the children in the wedding party (flower girls and ring bearers, if applicable)
Couple with entire wedding party without children
Couple with entire wedding party including children
Family Photos - Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
Family portraits are a major part of any wedding photography checklist. There are very few events when family members are able to gather together in one place, so it's essential to capture images of your loved ones. And because there are so many different photo configurations and groupings, having a wedding photo list is important here.
Couple separately with their parents and/or stepparents
Couple together with each set of parents and/or stepparents separately
Couple together with all parents and/or stepparents
Couple with each parent and/or stepparent separately
Couple with siblings
Couple with immediate family members from both sides (parents and siblings)
Couple with grandparents
Couple with extended family members
Generation photos (shots of the bride with her mother and grandmother, for instance)
Couple Portraits - Wedding Photography
Perhaps the most important part of this wedding photography checklist—the photos of you and your spouse! Whether you're going for sweet and candid shots or more artful and posed photos, your photographer will work with you to make sure you get those frame-worthy images.
First look (taken before the ceremony)
Candid photos of couple together
Posed photos of couple together
Close up of couple's hands with rings
Couple walking side by side
Wedding Reception - Wedding Photography of Wichita Falls
Party time! Your wedding photographer will be busy throughout your reception, focusing on the candid (and fun!) moments as you and your guests dine, dance, and celebrate your newlywed status.
Guests mingling at cocktail hour
Wedding party grand entrance
Married couple grand entrance
Couple at their table
Table photos of guests
Couple mingling with guests
Loved ones giving speeches and toasts
Couples' reactions to speeches and toasts
Parent and special dances
Wedding party and family members dancing
Band and/or DJ performing
Couple and/or guests enjoying any non-dancing entertainment (photo booth, etc.)
Bouquet and/or garter toss, if applicable
Couple getting into their post-wedding transportation