Must Have Wedding Photos

Must Have Wedding Photos

Pre-Ceremony
  • The bride hanging out with her bridal party
  • The bride getting her hair and makeup done
  • The bride putting on her dress
  • Still life of the bride’s dress, shoes, headpiece, jewelry, and bouquet
  • The bride pinning a boutonniere on her dad
  • The bride putting a corsage on her mom
  • The bridal party leaving for the ceremony
Ceremony
  • Interior and exterior shots of the venue
  • The bride and her dad arriving
  • The wedding party arriving
  • The guests arriving
  • The groom and his best man at the altar
  • The altar
  • The bridal party walking down the aisle
  • The bride and her dad walking down the aisle
  • The bride’s mom walking down the aisle
  • The groom’s mom and dad walking down the aisle
  • The bride’s and groom’s grandparents walking down the aisle
  • The groom’s reaction to seeing the bride
  • The bride’s dad giving her away
  • The person doing the readings
  • The bride and groom listening to the officiant
  • The unity candle lighting
  • The bride and groom during the vow exchange
  • The bride’s and groom’s parents watching from their seats
  • The officiant performing the ceremony
  • The musicians playing
  • The newlyweds exchanging a kiss
  • The moment right after the kiss
  • The bride and groom walking up the aisle as newlyweds
  • The bride and groom greeting the crowd
  • The crowd performing the exit toss
  • The bride and groom leaving for the reception
Reception
  • The interior and exterior of the reception space
  • A close-up of a place setting
  • The escort card table
  • The band or DJ
  • The cocktail hour (including eating, drinking, and chatting)
  • The bride and groom making their entrance
  • The bride and groom greeting guests
  • The cake table
  • The bride and groom’s first dance
  • The bride dancing with her dad
  • The groom dancing with the bride’s mom
  • The bride dancing with the groom’s dad
  • The groom dancing with his mom
  • The guests dancing
  • The best man’s toast
  • The other toasts
  • The cake cutting and the bride and groom feeding each other
  • The bride throwing her bouquet
  • The groom removing the bride’s garter
  • The garter toss
  • The bride and groom leaving the reception
  • The bride and groom getting in the getaway car
  • A close up of the decorated getaway car
Portraits and Group Shots
  • The bride in her dress
  • The bride with her maid of honor
  • The bride with her bridesmaids and the flower girl
  • The groom with the best man
  • The groom with the groomsmen, ushers, and ring bearer
  • The bride with her family
  • The groom with his family
  • The bride and groom with the wedding party
  • The bride and groom with the bride’s family
  • The bride and groom with the groom’s family
  • The bride and groom with the bride’s grandparents
  • The bride and groom with the groom’s grandparents
  • The bride with the child attendants
  • The bride with her high school or college friends
  • The groom with his high school or college friends
 
How Much Do Wedding Photographers Cost?

How Much Do Wedding Photographers Cost?

On average, couples in the United States pay 10-15% of their total budget on a wedding photographer. Sound like a lot? It is. But hiring the best wedding photographer for you can be one of the most important decisions you’ll make during the wedding planning process. While 10-15% of your total budget is a reasonable target, there are ways you can come in well under that. By knowing a few key questions to ask along with general price ranges and cost-saving measures (outlined below) you can still get your dream wedding photographer without breaking the bank.

The typical wedding photography package usually offers coverage for 8 hours. Adding more or less time will increase or decrease that price. Engagement sessions can sometimes be included or run extra. For example, I’ve seen engagement sessions run anywhere between $300-$1,200 depending on how many hours the shoot is.

 

Wedding Books

Wedding Books

Gone are the days of big, white, puffy wedding albums. We’ve found more often than not that the modern bride and groom prefer to display their photos in ways that are contemporary and fresh. We started producing Coffee table photobooks.

Our photobooks come in various sizes and formats: 8”x10”, 10”x8” and 7”x7”. With a magazine style design they look fun and professional. You can also choose your weight of paper, hard or soft cover.

We like them because they are individually tailored to your needs. Simply tell us which photographs and words you’d like to use and we’ll show you a proof before sending the book off for printing. They aren’t bulky like typical albums which means they are easier to show friends and family.

BABE’S CHICKEN FRISCO, TEXAS

BABE’S CHICKEN FRISCO, TEXAS

The Frisco Heritage Center is located just east of the Frisco City Hall and Library on Page Street. The Center is located on approximately four acres of City property adjacent to the BNSF Railroad and contains 8 structures plus a steam locomotive and wooden caboose. A visit to the Heritage Center gives you a glimpse of what life was like for the earliest settlers of this area – how they lived, worked, and played. Whether you are a long time resident or new to the area, you and your family will enjoy a visit to the Frisco Heritage Center. Take a stroll through the site or enjoy the view from the gazebo, we invite you to come and see a piece of history.

The address is:

6475 Page Street

Frisco, TX 75034

ShutterWide Photography
972-460-6643
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