The whole day begins with the details! This is one of my favorite parts of the wedding day! I photograph a bride’s details in a way that matches and extenuates the style of the wedding day.

Here is a list of the most common details that I shoot. I ask brides to gather any details they have before I arrive so that I can walk in, say hello, and begin with the goodies.  


What to gather:


Veil/Hair Pieces

Rings (all three)





Your Something Borrow & Blue

Bouquet & Bouts 

Gather the Goods


If possible, collect all of your details before I arrive so that I can begin quickly and have more time for some “getting ready” shots of you and your girls!


Keep the rings


The most common detail missing when I arrive are the rings! Moms, officiates and planners tell you to hand over your bands to the best man before the day begins. However it’s actually better to hand it over during the bridal party portraits so that I can shoot some great ring shots in the AM. If you forget, no worries, I can always shoot the ring shot at the reception if there is extra time.


Bring the Bouquet


Don’t forget the Bouquet! Have the bouquets and bouts delivered to the before the first look so you can have your bouquets in the portraits. No worries, it its hot, well be sure to keep it in water as much as possible before the ceremony.