The idea to have family photos with every person at your wedding is fantastic, the actual deed, can be the
hardest part of your wedding day!

Tip #1 Keep the list as small as possible, don’t go for too many combinations as it starts to get confusing.
Tip #2 Nominate someone to help get your families into these shots (the MC usually) but can be a friend too!
Tip #3 Have a think about where & when you want these taken. We suggest having them in the same area as
drinks or food are being served as often people wander. Also we can dedicate some time for you to celebrate
and mingle after the ceremony for a bit – then get into the family photos after that!
Tip #4 Let me reiterate, this is the hardest part of your wedding day – having to smile for 20 different shots with
4 different uncles is hard. Keep it simple!

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Group Photo
Bride & Groom with Brides parents (do you want to have a photo with your mum by yourself also?)
Bride & Groom with Brides parents & siblings
Bride & Groom with Brides grandparents
Bride & Groom with Brides extended family
Bride & Groom with Grooms parents
Bride & Groom with Grooms parents & siblings
Bride & Groom with Grooms grandparents
Bride & Groom with Grooms extended family
Bride & her friends
Groom & his friends

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* 1. Bride & Grooms names

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* 2. Wedding date & Venue

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* 3. Do you have an idea where you would like these Family & friends photographs to be taken? It will be weather dependant & usually in shade is best.

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* 4. Group photo?

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* 5. Brides Family Photo List. (Please list names of people)

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* 6. Grooms Family Photo List. (Please list names of people)

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* 7. Any other photos please list here.

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