We tend to focus on ourselves when the wedding day is fast approaching. We think more about what we need to do and where we need to go more than anything else. We forget an important detail: orienting our entourage about Lakeland wedding photography. Making sure your entourage knows the details of the wedding photoshoot will ensure a smooth-sailing execution of the whole preparation, ceremony, reception, and after-party.
Here are some of the things you need to remind them:
Tell them it’s a gadget-free event
Have you seen Lakeland wedding photography lately? Rarely will we see one candid shot without someone whipping out his phone and taking a snap of what is happening around him. Sometimes, that lone subject distorts the whole image of the photo. It ruins that element of naivete that we always want to see in our photos.
Worse, some people have the gall of even walking between the aisles to take a photo of the bride while she walks down the aisle. Have they forgotten there is an actual photographer, one who the couple hired and paid, to take a more professional-looking photo? Tell your entourage and your guests that it will be a gadget-free event.
Do a rehearsal
If your time allows it, do a rehearsal. This will take away all your worries during the day itself. Once you are sure that people know where to place themselves during the ceremony, you will feel better and relaxed as you say your vows. A rehearsal will not only shake off some of those nerves for the couple. It will also allow the couple to enjoy the moment instead of worrying about what might happen.
Show them the schedule
Give your entourage an overview of the whole plan. A wedding is like one grand production. Create a schedule that they simply have to follow. List down where they need to be during the situations listed down in your schedule. This way, they’ll know what to do during certain points in your wedding ceremony.
Your entourage is like your extended team of wedding planners. If they know what to expect and what to do, your wedding coordinator doesn’t have to worry about them. They’ll be ready and eager to help defuse any situation and handle any crisis as it presents itself. During your wedding day, you need all the help you can get—from your wedding suppliers to your entourage to your guests.