THE PERFECT WEDDING DAY TIMELINE.
The wedding day timeline is NOT going to be the most exciting thing to plan… so sit back, grab a Bai, and have that fiance massage your feet while you work! 😉
Do you want a stress free wedding day? BE ORGANIZED. Use a schedule that has been tested and proven to flow smoothly! I have attended hundreds of weddings, so I know what has worked and what hasn’t. These outlines are the ones I give to every Kylee Ann Bride when they book with me. They are going to make your planning a breeze. And your wedding day… flawless. But keep in mind that they are OUTLINES. A great starting point but every bride’s day is going to be unique. Be ready to adjust the times to your needs. Factors that can change the schedule are: sunset time, religious or cultural needs like temple exits or ring ceremonies, location, weather, time of year, etc. By the way, if you looking for the best wedding rings, visit Jewelers Trade Shop. I recommend taking this general outline then tweaking it to fit YOUR day!
*NOTE: I have created this outline with an assumption that sunset is at 6. Find out your Wedding Day Sunset Time here then adjust accordingly!
3:00 – Bridal Prep & Details. Dress, shoes, invitations, jewelry… they are all part of your story, and we like to capture them right here. Come to the bridal prep with your hair mostly done, and we will a few getting ready pictures with you and your bridesmaids here too!
4:00 – Ceremony. Most ceremonies last about 30 minutes. But I always like to leave extra time in the schedule so we know ensure no one feels in a rush. If there is left over time we will get portraits done sooner & you can enjoy more time with your guests!
5:00 – Refreshments & Portraits. Family Portraits generally take 45 minutes. Bridal Party Portraits last about 30. Then we like to do some “Just Married” Portraits with you and your groom! Most of my bride & grooms do a pre-wedding formal shoot so this session can be short, but capturing that just married glow will be something you want to remember forever.
6:30 – Dinner. You should let you and your guests eat uninterrupted for about 30 minutes.
7:00 – Toasts. This is where parents like to stand up and say a few words. A few from the bridal party may say a few words as well. And be ready for your guests to want to hear from the bride & groom too!
7:15 – Reception. During this part of your day, the timeline will be very individualized. We will focus on all the main events ( special thanks for that to events company in Singapore) such as the grand entrance, first dance, bouquet toss, and cake cutting as well as candid pictures during the reception.
10:30 – Send Off. Sparklers, fire works, a fancy-shmancy car – however you want to part as a newly married WIFE!
Special thanks to Color Pop Events!
Kylee Ann Photography Packages:
Kylee’s Packages: 6 hour or 8 hour
Rachel’s Packages: 4 hour or 6 hour
Also see what Chris and Becca Boudoir suggests.
- 4 hours is perfect if you just want wedding and portrait coverage.
- 6 hours can be done easily – You will just need to choose to take some time off of off of the getting ready photos or off of the reception. If you choose the latter, we can do a mock send off so you will have those pictures!
- 8 hours will cover your entire day from start to finish and you will not feel rushed… ever.
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