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I'm curious -- for those considering TTD, when do you have the photo session? Is it the day of the wedding, but after? Or do you meet with your photographer a different day?

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It depends on when you are having the wedding. If it is on your embarkment day or toward the beginning of your trip, then you can do it any day after your wedding. Imho, I think the day of would be too rushed if you did your wedding and the TTD on the same day. Well, unless you plan on getting married within 30 minutes of arriving at the wedding port, we all know that's basically impossible. However, if your cruise is one where you stay overnight or leave a port at midnight, then that's a different story. In that case, the wedding in the morning and the TTD in the afternoon could work (if your reception is that night). 

 

All you need to do is pick a port other than your wedding port for sanity purposes. I would suggest picking the next port where you leave late in the day.  Look on this forum and Google for a list of photographers and reviews. 

 

Hope that helps!

 

Originally Posted by gresley View Post

I'm curious -- for those considering TTD, when do you have the photo session? Is it the day of the wedding, but after? Or do you meet with your photographer a different day?

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