Some Brides have one or two bridesmaids and some have a lot. However, the more bridesmaids, the more time is needed. If you’re planning your wedding photography on a timeline by the hour this can be crucial. I typically schedule 8 hours on a wedding day from 2pm to 10pm. I suggest 30 minutes of “bridal prep” time. Most times this happens between 3:15-3:45 so making sure bridesmaids are dressed and ready before the Bride is getting into her dress at 3:15pm is key.
Bridesmaids can have a huge impact on the day in so many ways but today I’m just focusing on the bridal-prep portion of the day!! There are several things that bridesmaids can do to ensure that their bride gets AMAZING prep portraits. Here are some general recommendations to follow! :
This Wedding Wednesday post is adapted and inspired by Katelyn James
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