With 2013 coming to an end we wanted to remind you that planning ahead and giving yourself plenty of time will make the planning process so much more enjoyable.
We recommend that you finalize all your wedding details 10 days prior to your wedding.
Finalizing your timeline and wedding details in a timely manner allows to relax with family and friends during the remaining days leading up to your walk down the aisle.
As the days get shorter and the time change approaches we want to remind you to research what time the sun will set on your wedding day.
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If you want beautiful, sunset lighting during your ceremony or for your photos after, be sure to do your research. It will require a little web surfing, or downloading an app to your phone to find the designated sunset time for your wedding day but it is a crucial tip to include in the wedding planning process because you want to provide your photographer with enough time to take photos in natural lighting and you want to start your ceremony at an appropriate time to avoid saying your vows in the dark. Keep in mind that the sun sets much earlier in December like half past four versus the almost 8 o’clock sunset time in August. Therefore, plan accordingly.