In the previous module we went through the actual wedding day and that module was full of information. So give yourself leave to absorb it only little by little. It is impossible to cover every single wedding day perfectly.
If you get to about 95% of what you want to do at each wedding, be proud of yourself. And those elusive last 5% will most likely be different for each wedding. Maybe at one wedding you will forget to get that detail shot of the rings that the bride really wanted because the couple had them melted down from her grandmother's old gold bracelet (that has happened to me); at another wedding you might not get those perfect portraits that you had planned and hoped for because it just poured down rain the whole day (that's happened to me); or you may not get that perfect first kiss shot outside the church because a guest stepped right out in front of you as you pressed the shutter and all you can see in the photo is his back and neck; or you may have done an exceptional job covering the whole wedding day, only to realise when the couple is about to hit the dancefloor with the guests that your flash and/or videolight is still on your desk back home and not in your camerabag (and, oh yes, you guessed it right! that has happened to me too!)
Do you VERY best in every situation, and then forgive yourself and move on when you inevitably sometimes fall short.
And now it's time to move on to all the tasks that come after the wedding. This is the moment where you have the chance to bring your level of service full circle, by not only delivering what, how and when you promised but, if you have the chance, to also give a little bit more than that.
Let’s dive in!!