How to rock your wedding questionnaire.

Pre-Wedding Preparations

As a wedding photographer, you know much thought (and money) clients put into their big day. From the food to the flowers to the napkins, your couples have picked, planned, and plotted every detail. And as a wedding photographer, you also know how chaotic weddings can be without a clear plan in place. From mother-of-the-brides to maids-of-honor, you can often fall victim to being pulled in many directions. 

Questionnaires are one of the most important things you can do before a wedding day with your clients! Not only do they save you time, but you will head to that final meeting armed and prepared with everything you need to know to knock their socks off with your killer customer service. To ensure you are able to capture all of their most-loved details and moments, send your clients a wedding photography questionnaire so you can have a complete view of the day of, as well as a true understanding of what matters most to your clients.

Your Go-To Resource

Whether you’re a new photographer or a seasoned professional, we provide a free wedding questionnaire for photographers that can help you get started or can help you update and finetune your existing list. By using the Iris Works questionnaire, you gain questions that can truly paint a whole picture of your clients’ day and desires, letting you build a comprehensive schedule for the day that reflects the couples’ priorities. 

If you’re looking for more tools to help your wedding photography business operate smoothly, we’ve got those, too, from contracts to invoicingAt Iris Works, we believe in the power of automation, how simplified, straightforward workflows can help creatives like you focus on what really matters: your craft.

What other questions do you like to ask your wedding couple before their big day? Are you an Iris Works subscriber that needs help with your questionnaire? Schedule some 1:1 time to get started HERE.



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