You may be feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or even excited as this wedding season gets into full swing. Before you get ready for that next wedding, I want you to feel confident, prepared, and honestly more than ready to step into your power and serve your couples. Today, we are diving into ten things to do to prepare to show up as your absolute best for your next wedding.
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Blog Their Engagement (3:11)
Update Your Website (4:42)
Polish Your Social Media (5:55)
Bonus Social Media Tips (7:40)
Review The Timeline (13:03)
Send Their Questionnaire (15:58)
Email Your Vendors A Welcome Email (18:35)
Share The Shot List (19:43)
Pack Your Gear (24:18)
Check The Weather The Week Of (25:25)
Create A Gallery Link Before Their Wedding (26:52)
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Good morning, my love It is that time I am currently here in Arizona and it is picking up with wedding season. And I know from experience that, you know, my roots are in the Bay Area in Northern California. And we don’t really have a wedding season because the weather is pretty solid throughout the year. So we’re kind of working all the time. Yes, there are way busier seasons. And I feel like as you know, October is the new June. So this is the time when we are slammed, and it is coming at us hot. So if you are feeling overwhelmed, a little bit excited and just really anxious to get this new wedding season started. Or maybe like part two, because I know here in Arizona, I feel like the wedding season goes from Labor Day to Memorial Day. So it’s kind of like an old school school year, where it picks up end of August, September.
And then it totally dies down in May when it just gets too frickin hot, right. So it is time for all of us to dust off our bags, go through our closets and find those I call them our wedding costumes, like our wedding gear and just prepare for this new season. So before you even get ready for that next wedding, I have a flat list for you. Okay, so we’re gonna dive into 10 things to do before your next wedding. I want you to feel so confident, so prepared. And honestly, I even want to go and dig a little bit deeper than that and to help you market the crap out of your next wedding. Okay, because we are stepping into our power sister. Okay, we are stepping up. We are serving our couples, we are loving them hard and creating the most incredible wedding experience ever. But I don’t want it to stop there. I want to be your big sister cheerleader.
I want to kick you in the butt and I’m going to help you book more weddings after working your next wedding. Okay, because I’m not here to play small. We’re here to play big. We’re here to encourage each other. And honestly, I feel like you are so freakin awesome that more people need to know about you. And it starts at your next wedding. And then it amplifies and it grows and it creates this incredible ripple effect after for you know, literally generations to come. And all of that is literally just showing up online and sharing what you are accomplishing during that next wedding. Okay, without further ado, let’s dive right into 10 things to do before your next wedding. Welcome to Quianna Marie weekly, a podcast for creatives who love to celebrate wins big or small by dancing in the kitchen photographers who are excited to serve their clients and friends who are ready to chase really, really big dreams. You can find all of the resources mentioned in this episode at Quianna marie/podcast. Join me as I share weekly motivation, chat about growing pains, finding genuine connections and celebrating your wins through the lens of a photographer at heart. Come join me for a dance party ready loves though.
Number one vlogging their engagement. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve walked into a getting ready room and the mother of the groom or a handful of bridesmaids comment on their engagement shoot. It’s a totally ego booster, I’m not gonna lie. But what that does is it creates trust and value before you even start photographing their wedding day. Now we’re gonna go into a whole bunch of details on ways that you can kind of showcase their blog and boost tons of brand awareness. But not always do we have the opportunity to shoot be engagement, right, so I’m only speaking to those that either add it as a package deal that have included their engagement session. This is important. This is why I am a huge advocate for either including it or highly, highly encouraging our couples to do this engagement session. Not only does it give you the opportunity to become besties with your couple to make them feel comfortable with you.
So when you show up on that wedding day, you’re already a trusted friend, they know that the photo taking process is going to be painless, and actually really fun. Because you’re amazing and you make your experiences so fun. But you get to go over those fun posing and all that jazz, right so I can go on and on about an engagement session. But this is so important to make sure that you are blogging this well before. So literally shoot their engagement session and then get it up no later than a month after. And this is a great way to build that trust. And we’re going to dive into some more steps after four ways to actually utilize it. Number two, update your website. Now I know this kind of sounds like duh like but I want to remind you to literally do it right now. Okay, fresh headshots. any upcoming events like fall mini sessions or tons of education and support for your weddings. Now is Best time to update your pricing and showcase your best work.
Not gonna lie, I’m super guilty of spending way too much time on Instagram and social media and leaving my website up to collect dust. Ah, now is the time to shine, light it up and make sure it’s up to date. Okay, because once again, you are going to be creating, I’m reminding you in case you forgot, you were going to be creating the most incredible wedding experience and bridesmaids, cousins of the bride, Best Friends of the groom’s brother are going to be looking at your website, okay, they’re gonna be doing some sneaky research to find out who you are, what your pricing is, they want to see the experience online and you want to have your best foot forward that is totally up to date. Okay, so this is just your friendly reminder to book those headshots. Give your website a little love and kind of clean house. Number three, polish your social media, be mindful of your current stories, the weekend of your next wedding. As soon as a new vendor or bridesmaids find you they will be peeking your stories and deciding within 2.3 seconds if you’re worth a follow. I love showcasing the engagement of my wedding couples or sharing some hype about their venue. It’s also a good idea to refresh your top nine post, okay, so like when you look at your Instagram, and you you just go into find you refine your bio, and update your highlights.
But truly take a moment to look at those top nine photos. Because once again, people that are finding you on that wedding day are going to decide within seconds if you’re worth a follow and if they want to include you in their everyday life. Okay, so make sure that it’s fresh, informative and eye catching. And they know exactly who you are, who you serve. And some you know some fun facts about you. And I know I’m guilty of adding in random highlights, or in my stories, little video clips and fun things about my puppy faith, and just some random adventures. But I really want you to hone in on just that weekend, right. So think about what’s happening Friday through Monday, during the weekend of your next wedding. And just be mindful of that, right. I wouldn’t personally be posting about friends offers or any upcoming events, unless it pertains to you and your business. Okay, you have to be so selfish about our own personal channels. And I like to call it our own real estate online, right, we own it. So be really mindful about what you’re putting out there, especially during that wedding week or that wedding weekend when there’s going to be a lot of engagement on your posts. Now, I want to kind of dive into a little bit deeper.
So still polish your social media lesson here. But I want to dig a little bit deeper into your highlights, okay, and I want to share a handful of highlights, which are those little buttons or those little bubbles underneath your bio on Instagram. Who knows, by the time you’re listening to this, it may be something different because Instagram changes its format so often, but I have a feeling highlights may be here to stay for a while. So I wanted to give you just a couple little Kickstarters or ideas to refresh those before your next wedding. Okay, so starting with some kind of title like welcome or start here. This is a great opportunity for you to introduce yourself, share more about your business and what your offers are. Okay, I haven’t about you slide or highlights, you know, towards the end. But this is more about what you offer. So when someone comes to you, when they see your Instagram, they’re gonna look at that and be like, Oh, who is this girl, right? So a quick little Hello I am and where you’re located. But I hate to say this, but nobody cares about you. Okay? And that may be kind of, kind of a little saucy. But this is where you make it about that. Okay, like how you can make their life better, their life easier, more beautiful. You just explain your offers and what you have to sell. Okay, so make it about them, but kind of sandwich in and learn a little bit about yourself too. It’s kind of confusing. I get it.
If you have more questions, please just ask that definitely happened. highlight that as a welcome here, start here. And then of course, create a weddings highlight. So you can highlight one specific wedding at a specific venue that you absolutely adore working out or maybe it’s just a collection of just kind of highlights literally highlights and your highlights about recent weddings. I highly encourage you to have an engagement highlight one for reviews. This is huge. Okay, so you can create I love just titling it reviews I want. I think mine even says love notes. But that can be any kind of confusing reviews or testimonials is huge. So make sure that you have a handful of highlights that even include text messages from your couples, okay, as soon as you deliver their images, and they’re so excited those email responses that you get back that just light up your life. Make sure you’re including that as well and not just like Canva beautiful templates that you created because uh Although those Hold Value, I believe that the comments and the testimonials that you can see, it’s clearly an email or clearly a text message just looks so much more legit. So don’t forget to include those. As always, my very favorite is to make sure to include a highlight for your behind the scenes, okay, you can name it BTS, or just behind the scenes or real wedding day or whatever you want to do. But definitely make sure to include that. And that could be behind the scenes of you packing your gear that could be behind the scenes of your recent weddings.
You know, I’m just the behind the scenes freak and I love them. Okay. And then another highlight idea is your about now like I said, this is kind of sprinkled into the welcome start here highlights, but this is where you could really go into your about me, I would make that a completely separate thing. So that’s where you’re sharing about where you live, not too specific. So we don’t, you know, open up our you know, location to the creepers online. But definitely share your kind of like territory or where you love to work. Share that you love to travel for destination weddings if you do. Okay. And then of course, I have a handful more Favorites List. This is where you can list all of your favorite Amazon finds your favorite products. It could be all about your couples, and their favorite things for wedding days. And then of course, add some randoms okay to personalize your highlights include a highlight of your favorite cocktails, or maybe another highlight of your favorite coffee orders. Your reading list is a great one to add. Because once again, that adds a little bit depth to who you are and people can kind of go down that wormhole to learn more about you. And I even have a whole highlight dedicated to face I mean, create one for your cat. Make it personal and fun. Okay, so that was a long winded answer for number three, which is polish or social media.
I also have a bonus before I move on for this polish in your social media is to find your couple and comment on a handful of recent posts that deal with their wedding. Okay, so if they are posting about their rehearsal dinner, make sure that you are commenting on it, share how excited you are if your bride had posted weeks ago, but it’s still kind of in her top nine, right you’re not like digging deep and scrolling to find these. But go through some recent posts and maybe she has an image of her selecting the dress right her little Say Yes to the Dress at the bridal boutique with her mom and her sisters and her bridesmaids. Comment on it. Let them know how excited you are and how you can’t wait to see the grand reveal. Or just share that you’re so excited for their day. Okay, and the reason why I say this is I promise their wedding party friends and family are watching your posts, they’re seeing your comments. And this may not create a quick instant follow. But it is creating that brand awareness and maybe be building some hype that your bridesmaids in the wedding party will be excited to meet you. Alright, let’s keep rolling, I can just keep going on for days. Number four, review the timeline. I love knocking out the timeline with my couple way before their wedding date. Typically, after they received their engagement photos, that is a great way for you to stay connected. And for them to have something to look forward to.
I love this because it shares your expertise right after the engagement experience. And I want you to think about that for a second. Okay, after their engagement session, they sometimes are waiting six months to a year, sometimes a year and a half before their wedding day. So if you give them something to look forward to right after you deliver their images, they’re so excited about them. They’re adding them to their wedding website, they have some fun things to play with. Then you come back and say hey, now that we’ve knocked out your engagement session, I cannot wait to go through your wedding timeline and build out a timeline that is created for you for a stress free wedding. And to truly do it with the interest of photos. Now, personally, I plan for about like two timeline check ins, one that is months before the wedding, which is typically right after their engagement session. And then I always provide a check in the week of their wedding.
Now that may sound kind of overwhelming to some brides. But I’m promise you, they’re so excited for their wedding week that just having a check in whether that’s a phone call or a zoom call. Or if you happen to have time you’re local, and you want to build a really great relationship with your bride. While you’re a couple. Go grab coffee with them. Like go say hey, you know what? You know, this is a crazy week for you right now. I love to just grab a coffee with you and kind of calm your nerves and go over your timeline. I can guarantee you that if this is a really excited bride. She’ll want to see you if it’s too much or that’s just not in the cards for a crazy wedding week. Don’t add more stress to their day or to their week, but definitely create that Zoo. on call, and that’s just a check in, it’s a great way to spy any red flags with their timeline and to go over logistics. And then of course, this is what I’m so huge. This is why I love this week of check in.
In case there’s any changes, okay? In case there’s any changes with the Airbnb or the hotel situation for them getting ready in the morning. This is a great way to solidify those addresses and just make sure that you have everything under control, right? Is your second shooter going to meet you at the getting ready area? Or are they going to arrive at a separate location, these are all the logistics and just make sure everything is ironed out. Okay, so I actually have I’m so excited, I will be offering these kind of like crash courses coming up soon. And the wedding timeline is going to be the first one that I cannot wait to release soon. So stay tuned for that.
We’ll we’ll go over exactly how to build a stress free, totally logistically, just dream timeline. Number five, send their questionnaire this is so important. I use honey book to send all of my documents, invoices, questionnaires, and contracts, all that good stuff. And I typically send out their questionnaire like no wedding one, about 30 days out prior to their wedding. But even if you’re kind of you know, you’re slacking, you don’t have a workflow quite put together yet. Even if you send out that questionnaire, the week of it may be a little chaotic for your couple to answer, but it will be a saving grace for them. I include questions about the couple emergency contact phone numbers, exact addresses, the vendor lists and I even asked for any recent deaths or I kind of chuckle about this, but family drama, and I asked this in advance, so then I know I’m prepared, I don’t drop any uneasy, you know, phrases I don’t call out we’re looking for the father of the bride.
If he has recently passed, that just makes me want to cringe and makes me feel really uncomfortable, not just for the couple that is experiencing this loss. But then also for myself, I want to be so aware of anything. And I always tell my couples to I like to insure them, especially when it comes to family drama. I kind of am light hearted about it. I let them know and I tell them hey, you know what we all have, you know, some dirty laundry. We all have some family drama. There’s always some divorced parents that may still be healing some wounds that are not getting along. There may be some sister drama, right? I mean, I’ve had bridesmaids that have been so mad that their children were included in the wedding because their brother’s new wife decided not to have children at their wedding. Okay, and there’s like there’s drama about it like there’s heat. So I just I share those stories. So my couple feels comfortable to share something where they may feel like it may be a little bit embarrassing or uncomfortable to talk about, but I just want to be their best friend in this situation. So they know that they can confidently tell me so I can help kind of just direct things and make things go as smooth as possible. And then I also include in the questionnaire, any special heirloom items, or any more questions to help personalize their wedding photography experience. If you need help with building out the perfect questionnaire, check out the shop for more helpful resources. You can find all templates, products, education and tons of encouragement in the greenhouse, your resource garden to help your business grow strong roots and bloom for generations. Check out Kiana murray.com/shop for more. All right, we’re rolling through number six.
Email your vendors a welcome email. So using your questionnaire that you’ve already sent out to your couples make posting the social media a breeze by creating a copy and paste caption to add basically, featured vendors list to your future posts and all of your behind the scenes and stories. This gives vendors the opportunity to correct or add any specific handles. After reviewing the completed questionnaire, I typically do a light search through Instagram or Google to find the vendors. But if I can’t find their social media, literally within a couple of seconds, like two quick Google searches or looking up a search on Instagram, I give up I don’t have time for that.
I leave it blank. And then this gives the vendors time to update it right. Plus it aligns you as the expert and solidifies the fact that you’re a team leader and excited to work together to help your couples wedding day run so smoothly and truly be a team player. So once again, if you have questions about that, please please let me know I’d love to help you create that perfect email. Number seven share the shot list. Okay, so about two months or so prior to the wedding. I send out this huge shot list that is just a beautifully curated template that I’ve added all of my images and peace Luckily, it’s an opportunity to get ahead of these questions. So let me just tell you a quick story. Okay, I was once on a zoom call. This was years ago. Actually, when I think it was zoom, I honestly think it was like a Facebook message or like, you know, video call way back in the day. And it was with a chat with a couple. So it was a bride and groom and it was with the mom because the mom was paying for it. This is a younger couple years ago. And this mother was grilling me for and I know she had the best intentions. But she was literally grilling me for the different types of photos to take she listed out, I’m sure she just found this through Pinterest, or she may have had some horror stories of her girlfriends daughters getting married, and they missed a whole bunch of pictures.
I don’t know what her fear was. But she literally was requesting photos of the shoes, photos of the dress hanging photos of her and her daughter photos of the ceremony on touch. I’m telling you, my blood was boiling. Because I felt that it was almost an attack at me thinking I don’t know how to do my job. And I don’t know how to do it well. And so I literally was just so infuriated. And you know, of course, I had a smile on my face. And during the conversation, it went really well. And I assured her that I knew what I was doing. And I had tons of experience. But you have to take a step back and realize, Oh my gosh, like this is their day. And they’re concerned because they’ve either been burned in the past, or they just don’t know. Okay, so I after being heated and fuming about it and super irritated and call my best friend and call my mom to literally cry about this engaging. Do people think I’m not stupid? Like do people think I just don’t know what I’m doing? This is literally my job and I love it. And I go above and beyond for everyone. Why is this person feel like I mean attacked right now. Okay, so after some breathing room, I finally realized, okay, well this is my fault. As a business owner and is CEO mindset, I realized that I was not putting the work in to make these couples and these mother in laws are these parents of the couple feeling like they were in good hands. So I took it upon myself to create a shortlist.
And this is a fat shot list filled with tons of key tips and information and just helpful tips to help their wedding day run smoothly full of reminders and fun facts that this is a good buffer and a good touch point in between their engagement shoot and their wedding. So even after the timeline that gets sent out, I send out this shot list that goes through the entire wedding day literally start with getting ready details to the first look to wedding portraits and the ceremony cocktail hour, I literally list out every single chunk of the wedding day. So then they feel prepared knowing that I know what I’m looking for. Now I make it clear crystal clear that all of these images in these types of photos listed cannot be guaranteed. But I do I do with my biggest heart remind them that this is my game plan. This is my action list. And these are the type of moments that I am not only looking for to create candidly, but also to curate and kind of bring to life. Okay. Now, I can tell you, once I started doing that I squashed all of their fears. And I started answering their questions before they even knew they had those questions. Okay. And it once again aligned me as a professional. So as you start increasing your pricing, and you start charging a buttload more, this once again, makes them honestly just feel really good about that investment.
Okay, because you’re taking care of them and you’re being really proactive about it. So once again, check out the custom wedding shot list. It’s in my shop. It’s super affordable. Honestly, I think every wedding photographer should have this in their toolkit, so they can just before the wedding, I just feel so prepared and also not gonna lie. I’m so proactive about this stuff and so strategic about most of the things I do, it’s a great checklist for you. So if you are just beginning it’s a great list for you to kind of have the wedding the day of the wedding to just kind of share little reminders of things to look for and then of course to share with your second shooter as well. So, pack your gear, this is number eight, make sure everything is fully charged, everything is dusted off. We are cracking into wedding season, make sure that those batteries are charged. And I have a key tip for you. Okay, I don’t want to go into you know, all this gear list and all these things. We’ll save that for another episode. But a key tip for you is to make sure that you’re charging everything in one location. Okay, so like before, like the wedding week or you know, the night before the wedding. Don’t just plug something in the kitchen, above the kitchen counter or one of the bathroom. Don’t do that yourself. That’s going to be scattered.
Okay, charge everything in one location. So just one swoop like one eyeball walked by to make sure that that plug is Md will give you that peace of mind and it could just be one room if you have a whole bunch of stuff to plug in, but just make sure okay, it’s kind of like that I call it like your straightener or your curling iron effect, okay, sometimes you just need to walk by your bathroom and just visually see that it’s plugged in maybe two or three times because we’re crazy. But just do that. Just give yourself that kind of habit to make sure everything is plugged in one location. All right, number nine, we are getting to the end if you’re still listening. Thank you. I’m happy you’re here. Number nine, check the weather the week of the please don’t obsess over it. Okay, this is just an opportunity for you to be prepared. Yes, you’ll want a bundle of clear umbrellas I have an Amazon link for you for the best umbrellas to grab. And possibly a shoot like a clear shower curtain for the bride to stand on without getting her dressed completely muddy in the in the grass. But even being prepared for yourself by packing an extra sweater or the right shoes will help you feel way more prepared. Okay, this isn’t for you to stress out about the rain. We can absolutely rock rainy weddings, okay? Do not fear them. It’s inevitable sometimes, but just don’t stress yourself out about like constantly checking out the weather. Okay, I’m I’m sharing this tip just so you feel prepared. Okay, so if you have to order a handful of more umbrellas prior to it, if you have to get yourself a new pair of kind of rain boots that you want to put out if you’re going out outdoors.
This is the time to feel prepared. And I’m going to add this to this isn’t on my list. But bonus. Make sure you’re prepared for your snacks. Okay, make sure you Will you eat a well balanced breakfast. Even if that means going through Starbucks drive thru and getting one of my favorite the bacon Gouda sandwich. Hey, hey, that’s my favorite. I haven’t almost before every wedding.
But make sure you have your snacks. Okay? Number 10 create their wedding Gallery link before the wedding. Okay, now this one is going to be a much like a mind blowing tip. And this is why I’m saving this for last because it can be a little confusing at first, but I just have to kind of walk you through this. But this is a very profitable key tip. Okay, so it’s a sneaky trick to help boost print sales and share the gallery with your couples friends and family after the wedding. Okay, so using a QR code, I create a small signs to leave in the bathroom or near the Photobooth. The QR code link, it links and connects directly to a flow desk form with a segment title with the couple’s name and menu just so I can easily reference it. Then when the family member bridesmaid wedding party guests, whatever. When they click the QR code and sign up through the form. Their success message goes right to the couple’s engagement blog posts, which is like we go circling back to the top making sure you’re creating that engagement experience, but then also blogging it, okay. So when they sign up to it’s basically signing up to the newsletter, okay, so if that sounds confusing, sorry, but it’s just you’re signing up to the newsletter, and then their success message or their thank you is linking them right to the blog post. So even if only a dozen or less people sign up to grab their link, it’s a great way to build your email list and to connect with local families.
So here’s the trick. After about two weeks after my couple has received their gallery, I give them a warning and say, Hey, I’m about to blast this to, you know, those who signed up with your wedding link. And they have an opportunity to go through their wedding gallery and select any images, or even entire galleries to remain private. So if there are any, let’s just say for example, photos that they’re like, Ah, this is the photo, this is what they want to hang in their home. This is what they want to share for their thank you notes, they can create a private list just means that only they have access to viewing it online. And then anybody else that gets to view it doesn’t get to see it, it just doesn’t exist. I also have some couples that will request to have their getting ready images private, and then only have for example, their ceremony sometimes their first look if it’s not too intimate, and they want to share that typically most couples will be so thankful to share the ceremony, cocktail hour family portraits, and of course the reception in dancing images with their family and friends like they’re so happy to share it. Now when I share the list with their guests. I also encourage my couples to send the link to their guest list. So their family and friends and since many wedding invitations and wedding information, wedding websites and stuff are online, a lot of times my couples do have a recent email contact list. Boom. That is a great way to serve your clients so they don’t have to be the middleman sharing their photos with their aunts and their cousins. And it’s a great way to post your post production sales.
Okay, now I need you to listen to this. Okay, when I implement this on wedding days, I I have seen in my own personal experience, I have profited anywhere from an extra $200 to an extra $2,000 or more in print sales. If you’re interested in learning more about this, please reach out. It’s a sneaky trick that I’ve been doing for a while. And I haven’t seen it done before at other weddings I, I’ve seen the incredible same day slideshows, which are so incredible, and of course, a sneak peek the next day, but I haven’t seen this implemented. So if you need any technical support with this, please let me know I’m going to be whipping up a resource for you. I haven’t even started it yet. I’m getting way ahead of the game with this greenhouse. I’m so excited for it. But send me an email if you think this is something you want to add or sign into my DMs on Instagram, I’m more than happy to help and answer your questions. If this went over your head, and you’re thinking, I’m so lost, I don’t understand. I just want to sum it up. Okay. So basically, what you’re doing, what you’re doing is you’re creating a link beforehand that people already have access to and you’re basically creating an email list or a segment from those guests from that wedding. So after their wedding gallery is delivered, you already have those specific emails that you were sending.
That’s it, okay. And this is a great way for you to once again, serve your couples, okay. And at the end of the day, increase those profits because you’re already doing the hard work, babe, I want you to feel so valued and so worthy of what you’re doing, and just just adding some extra pizzazz, so cheers to a successful and fun wedding season. Remember, we can spend a ton of time on social media creating content, and I love helping you feel inspired with that. But don’t get it twisted. The best and I have capital letters on this. The best way to connect with Dream couples, and to build your business is while you’re actually working your next wedding. Stay positive. feel prepared with your gear and your backup gear. Step into those getting ready rooms with a smile and a heart to serve. You got this and I’m so proud of you. They you truly are answering your calling and I’m always cheering for you. Keep dancing baby. Love you happy wedding season. That’s a wrap on another episode of Quianna Marie weekly. Thank you so much for your listenership and support. You can find the resources and show notes for this episode and more at quiannamarie.com/podcast. I’d be honored if you show your support by leaving a review and rating on your favorite podcast app. Until next time, keep on dancing.