Wedding Day Pack List | Freebie

Wedding Day Pack List | Freebie

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I’m the type of person that stays up till 3 am the night before a wedding thing of all the things I need to pack or all the things that could go wrong. Instead of continue to lose precious sleep the night before a really long, exhausting day, I created a wedding day pack list with just the basic necessities. It’s a free PDF. Print it, laminate it and put it by your bag! My Wedding Day Pack List is divided into five categories:

  • Important Info
  • Camera Gear
  • Personal Gear
  • Emergency Kit
  • Optional Gear
  • *BONUS* A spot to fill in your own must haves

I'm the type of person that stays up till 3 am the night before a wedding thing of all the things I need to pack or all the things that could go wrong. Instead of continue to lose precious sleep the night before a really long, exhausting day, I created a wedding day pack list with just the basic necessities. I laminate this, leave it in my bag and make sure everything is checked off before I leave for a wedding.

My Wedding Day Pack List is divided into five categories:

    • Important Info
    • Camera Gear
    • Personal Gear
    • Emergency Kit
    • Optional Gear
    • *BONUS* A spot to fill in your own must haves

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WHAT’S IN MY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY BAG

Back in January, I wrote a blog telling you what’s in your photography bag doesn’t matter the way you think it does. The point of the blog was to let photographers know that the equipment you own doesn’t make you a better photographer: YOU DO!! While I still believe this blog to be true, I still get asked every week “what’s in my bag” so I decided to talk about what’s in my wedding bag!

What’s in your photography bag and what’s in your wedding bag are actually two very different things. It may be okay to shoot a portrait session with an entry level DSLR and kit lens, but when it comes to professional wedding photography I would not recommend it. Also, remember that EVERY wedding photographer has different photography bag contents because what’s in our bags depends on our shooting style and lens or body preference.

During the past three years as a photographer, I have owned and shot weddings with 5 different camera bodies, 14 different lenses and countless accessories. I have used Nikon, Canon, Sigma and Tamron brand equipment. Having explored MANY options, I finally have a wedding bag that I absolutely love! I would suggest that you rent or borrow different equipment to get a feel for you love as you are building your own perfect wedding photography bag!

My Wedding Photography Bag Includes: