Divorces, remarriages, squabbles and feuds
Hey, it happens (and more often than you might think)! Is it your dream to have a photo with your Mom and Dad but they absolutely do not get along? We will find a way to make it flow without them having a chance to say otherwise (and keep everybody comfortable).
I have dealt with some crazy family issues, but the only way for me to get what YOU want is if you tell me.
The big key here is letting your photographer know what to expect so they can make sure you have the photos you want without any tension.
Boyfriends or girlfriends of family members
Well again, it depends on your relationship with them and what you want. Often times they are important people, but the worrier in you secretly desires a photo without them ‘just in-case’ and that’s totally ok!
An experienced wedding photographer can make this happen easily and without making anyone feel left out.
If an extended family photo is a MUST make sure you let your photographer know! The worst feeling is having a group of 40+ people sprung on you in the spur of the moment and there’s no time left. It can turn into no romantic portrait time or missing valuable time with your guests, and it could have totally been planned for!
- Be sure to let your photographer know if any VIP’s are coming late, or leaving early. I would want to know ahead of time to be sure to photograph them while I can!
- Inform ALL of the people included what the start time is for family photos