FAQ - On the Day

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1 // WHEN SHOULD WE EXPECT YOU TO ARRIVE?
We usually arrive 2 hours before the ceremony is due to take place however if there are any special things happening earlier on in the day that you would like us to shoot then we can shoot it. We can't arrive any later than 2 hours before the ceremony starts as there are lots of essential things which require shooting during this time.

2 // WHEN ARE YOU LIKELY TO LEAVE?
It depends on which package you book us for. If its an all day package then we stay into the evening to get you and your guests partying hard. If it's a half day package then we leave after the speeches but speeches must take place before the meal.

3 // DO WE PROVIDE YOU ANY MEALS?
When we shoot our full day collections it is more than likely a 10 hour plus working day for us so we do ask for both photographers to be provided with a hot cooked meal. We eat at the same time you guys eat as this is the time when photography is not usually required. A meal is not required for our half day weddings.

4 // HOW LONG SHOULD WE ALLOW FOR BRIDE + GROOM PHOTOGRAPHS?
It's your wedding day, you look super beautiful and cool so we ask you to leave as much time as possible for photographs. This gives us a chance to capture just how good you look together, we usually say 45 minutes for bride + groom photographs.

5 // DO YOU SHOOT FAMILY FORMALS TOO?
We do, however we always advise to keep family formal shots to a minimum (usually around 6 shots). If there are lots of group shots then it tends to take over the wedding day and usually end up leaving guests fed up. Just enjoy the day with your guests instead.

6// CAN YOU GET US A COOL BRIDAL PARTY SHOT?
Sure, we usually try to get a cool bridal party shot at every wedding we do. Just let us know you want one and we'll try get one for you.

7// WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE EVENING RECEPTION?
This is where we get a bit more relaxed with our shooting. We mingle with guests, shoot that crazy uncle doing his dad dancing and more than likely have a boogie ourselves.

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