While things can get hectic, this guide is here to help you tame the madness of gathering your details! From the handpicked invitation suite to your grandmother's necklace that means oh so much to you, it should all be captured.
To ensure you walk away with beautiful detail images, follow along!
all the deats
what should you bring?
- All of the Rings (Engagement and Wedding Bands)
- Jewelry (Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets)
- Full Invitation Suite & Paper Goods (Including Envelopes)
- You & Your Partners Florals (Additional Loose Florals are a PLUS!!)
- You & Your Partner's Shoes
- Perfume & Cologne
- Cufflinks & Tie
- Dress, Veil, & Hanger
- Vow Books
- Any items you hold near and dear and would like photographed!
what do i bring?
all of the extras
If you have any must have styling items that you'd like to include please ask me if I have it - there's a good chance I do or am more than happy to add it to my kit!
- Lay-flat Surfaces
- Chiffon & Ribbon
- Ring Boxes
- Wax Seal Stamps
- Trinket dishes
- And more!
Tips on getting the best detail images
Pack a bag
Pack everything you consider a detail into one bag the week of the wedding! Placing everything into one spot helps me breeze through details. Instead of interrupting your hair and makeup and asking around where certain items are, having them ready to go helps!! I will ensure that everything within that bag gets to where it needs to be once detail shots are done!
bring the florals
Have your floral arrangements delivered the morning of the wedding to ensure they are on site for pictures! Please ask your florist for a few additional flowers that match your bouquet! This within itself elevates your detail images tremendously!
Save any paper goods you may have produced. This includes save the date, invitation suite, envelopes, bride and groom name place cards, and more! I'll take anything and everything!