Wedding Day Information

I am so excited to work with you! I have said it before, and I will say it again, thank you for choosing me to photograph your big day. It is my dream to be a wedding photographer and with each wedding I live out my dream. I truly am so grateful to everyone who allows me to live out my dream.

Below are some questions I have for you. This will help me know what to expect and help keep the day organized in terms of photos. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at sarah@sarahantaya.com. 

Bride's Name *
Bride's Name
Bride's Phone Number *
Bride's Phone Number
Groom's Name *
Groom's Name
Groom's Phone Number *
Groom's Phone Number
Bride and Groom's Mailing Address *
Bride and Groom's Mailing Address
Maid of Honor's Name *
Maid of Honor's Name
Maid of Honor's Phone Number *
Maid of Honor's Phone Number
Best Man's Name *
Best Man's Name
Best Man's Phone Number
Best Man's Phone Number
Location of the Ceremony
Location of the Ceremony
Location of the Reception
Location of the Reception
Leave blank if the address is the same as the ceremony.
Location of Bridal Prep *
Location of Bridal Prep
Location of Groom Prep
Location of Groom Prep
Please let me know so I know who to look for. Also please note if either of you has one or both parents absent.
First looks are a great way to have photos out of the way before the ceremony so you can spend cocktail hour socializing with guests. I love and recommend the first look, but I understand why a couple wouldn't want to have a first look. It comes down to personal preference and I am happy to work with both.
What time is your make-up? *
What time is your make-up?
What time is your hair being done? *
What time is your hair being done?
What time do you plan to put on your dress?
What time do you plan to put on your dress?
What time is the ceremony? *
What time is the ceremony?
What time is the cocktail hour?
What time is the cocktail hour?
What time is the reception? *
What time is the reception?
If yes, please email it to me at sarah@sarahantaya.com. If you don't have one, I will gladly guide you through it. I can do bride and groom photos in 10 minutes or two hours. The longer you give me, the more photos and variety you have.
Make a list of every shot you need (Please email it to me when you get a chance). For example, mom, dad, bride and groom. Please use their names so its easier for me to call them. Also, please tell the family members you will need ahead of time and to meet immediately following the ceremony. If we organize well, we can typically have family photos done in 15 minutes for 10 combinations.
If yes, please write the details.
Are there any special requests you have for photographs? Anything that has special meaning you would like documented? Any specific candid shots you would like to see?
Are their any unique family dynamics that I should know about? (For example, Mom and Dad are divorced and won't stand near each other in a photo)
Sparkler exit, confetti at the end of the ceremony, etc. make for beautiful photos. If you haven't planned this but would like me to help you with it, let me know!