When it comes to your family portrait list, I know that it can be daunting to come up with the perfect list. Below is an example of an ideal family portrait list. It is best to stick to no more than 15 groupings so we can get the portraits done fast and you and your family can get to the reception. If you have any extended family images or an excess of family portraits, we can always save some for the reception.
Family Portrait List:
Bride and Groom with Bride's Parents
Bride and Groom with Bride's Parents and Siblings
Bride and Groom with Bride's Parents, Siblings, and Grandparents
Bride and Groom with Groom's Parents
Bride and Groom with Groom's Parents and Siblings
Bride and Groom with Groom's Parents, Siblings, and Grandparents
Bride and Groom with Both Sets of Parents
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