How to Write Your Wedding Headshot List
Start with Bride's side, because the Bride's dress takes more placement, so we want to move her the least
Then onto the Groom's side
Begin your list with the oldest and youngest guests, they're the one's who will either need to sit down eventually, or can't stand still long enough to make it through the photos. Grandparents and kids.
Use names not titles like mom and dad
Use a point for the start of each "stack" of family members. Ex.
(Replace titles with names in this example)
Bride, Grandma, Grandpa
+ Mom, Dad
+ Groom + Niece, Nephew
This would be a photo of the Bride with her grandparents. Then a photo with the Bride, with her grandparents, and her parents. Then a photo of those 5 plus the groom. Then one with that whole "stack", including the niece and nephew. Then the next stack starts, (Replace titles with names in this example)
Bride, Sister, Brother, Brother
+ Nice, Nephew...
That's a photo of the Bride with both her parents, and each of her parents. Bride with siblings, then Bride, Siblings and their kids, etc.
Then over to the Groom's side
Etc. Don't be afraid to include as many headshots as you want, I move through them quickly and use my mommy voice, along with one of your wedding party members, to make it happen!