1. picture of bride, bride's mother, and grandmother getting read in bridal suite
2. picture of bride and bride's college roommates holding their university pennant
3. picture of groom and groom's co-workers
If possible, get a good idea of where you want pictures taken. Walk around the area and write down specific locations of where to take pictures. This is helpful for the photographer especially if they have never been to the location before. This will eliminate time and chaos the day of the event.
Look online, in bridal magazines, or at friend’s wedding pictures to find poses you want to recreate. Give these pictures to your photographer ahead of time. A good photographer will come prepared with ideas but you need to ensure you are both on the same page in regards to what you want.
Running around finding people to get in a picture is the last thing you want to deal with on the day of your event. An event planner can work with your photographer and help coordinate groups of people for pictures. Remember to call Table 1 Events to discuss how an event planner can help.