How to get the most out of your wedding photography

Here, we put together a few tips for you, and, we hope, you will find this wedding photography guide useful in your wedding preparation.

Mali Brae Farm Wedding

Communication is the key

Across the Forest team have got you covered here. First, we will send you a questionnaire to make sure that we know all the details about your wedding and won’t miss any important moments. We will remind you to take a wedding invitation with you to the getting ready location. Also, we will ask what is your something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, as we want to capture all the sweet little details.

Time for you two

The ‘golden hour’ before sunset is the best light to take pictures outdoors with you two and your bridal party. Think about it when you are setting the time for the photo shoot in your wedding timeline. However, if the sun is setting late and you are planning to be in the middle of the reception by that time, we can sneak out for a few moments to take a few photos outside, and make sure, you will get back in time to hear the speeches, cut the cake and do your first dance.

Relax, breath and have a moment to take it all in

We will certainly have time to work close with you to do family/friends group shoots after the ceremony and for a small 30 min – 1 hour shoot with you two and your bridal party. But we care most for you to spend the rest of the time celebrating, smiling, dancing and enjoying the day while we are documenting every precious moment of it.