Every wedding has a wedding time-line, usually set by the bride and groom. The starting point for the time-line is the time you’re getting married, is it early or late afternoon or maybe something extravagant like an evening wedding? No matter when you get married, the time of your vows defines the rest of your day. Will you take the pictures before the ceremony or afterwards? Questions after questions… most couples today decide to take their wedding portraits before the wedding with very good reasons to do so. First you have a private moment of your own before the whole fiesta starts. Second the intimate moment of your first look is truly yours and you don’t have to share it with a few hundred eyes. Third you truly have the time to enjoy each others company without worrying what the rest of your wedding party is going to do while you’re away. Because we all have been to weddings where bride & groom disappeared, no and we didn’t like it a lot when they are away because the main reason people are coming is gone and the whole spirit of the Apéro changes right away… But wait there are also good reasons to take some (more) portraits in the evening hours. The light is just delicous and can’t compare to midday. So why not plan another 20-30 minutes get-away before dinner to enjoy the most wonderful (photoshooting)time of the day for a private tête-à-tête to giggle and talk about what just happened.
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