Even after months of planning, the list of things that could "go wrong" is daunting to think about. No matter how organized you are, it doesn't feel good to think about the unknown "what ifs"...
so we say just don't.
And from a photography/videography standpoint, we'll share how we roll so you can sleep easy tonight.
there is tons of traffic:
We are crazy ridiculous about leaving early. The further away your wedding is, the more (extra) time we allow. We are committed to being on time.
one of our cameras break:
Whether we are shooting alone or together, we both shoot with two cameras just in case. We also have multiple lenses at our disposal.
We also carry extra batteries for both our cameras and our flashes.
it rains on my wedding day:
I hope it doesn't (though rainy days are my favourite in general).
But if it does, then we'll deal with it.
I've stood out in the rain before to take photos of families standing inside. We've recently bought some beautiful, clear umbrellas for just such a scenario. And more than that, it rarely rains the entire day. In our experience, even on the rainiest of days, we've found small pockets of time to take photos outside-as long as you're up for an adventure and willing to get a teensy bit damp, then so are we!
These are all photos from rainy wedding days:
Your day is going to be perfect-tiny mishaps make for wonderful stories later. So just sit back, relax and enjoy the show. At the end of the day, you'll be married no matter what. We can't wait!
And on this rainy, rainy day, it even got sunny at the end.