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Wedding Guide | The Details

How to get gorgeous flat lay photos that tell your story

I love capturing all the little details you've carefully chosen to be a part of your wedding day!

On the day of your wedding, I'll typically arrive a little early to say hello & snag your details first thing. I like to set aside about 30 minutes to capture and style details. I recommend choosing a getting ready location filled with natural light and, if possible, please keep the space (or at least a corner) free from trash and clutter :)

It would be wonderful if you could put all of your rings, jewelry, shoes, veil purse, perfume, invitations and other keepsakes tog| ether in one spot. Please unwrap your dress but don't worry about styling it - I'll hang it in a beautiful spot!

My top 5 tips | How to get gorgeous flat lay photos that tell your story

Leave your photographer at least 30 minutes for detail photos

Ask your florist to leave some extra stems for your photographer to add in to your flatlay

I always bring a few neutral ribbons and ring dishes, but feel free to check out one of my favorite Etsy shops if you want to shop for some goodies that fit your wedding colors!

Don’t forget your invitation suite!

Don’t forget to get your rings cleaned!

Below are a few checklists to get you started!

Bride Details

Rings (both engagement and wedding bands)





Rings (don't forget to have them cleaned!)

Dress Hanger (a pretty one!)


Hair pieces

Invitation Suite (2 full sets with envelopes + stamps)

Any other sentimental keepsakes you would like to include

Any other paper stationary you may have like program cards.

Vow Book

Bonus: I would LOVE to have a few cuts of the florals you'll be using throughout your wedding day. If your florist will supply a small bucket of extra pieces I can incorporate those in your detail shots.

Groom Details

Cuff Links Boutonnière His shoes Tie or Bow Tie Vows Book Socks (if they're special) Pocket Square Rings

Anything else he'll have that is special or sentimental.


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