There’s so much to do on the day of your wedding, much of which is last minute and unplanned. To handle these things, assign a “Wedding Gopher”. This person can be a friend or family member not in the immediate family (and who will not be in most of the photographs). One of the biggest assignments for the “Gopher” is to ask them to be responsible for tracking people down and rounding them up for pictures. This will save you a lot of time when time is precious. This is a very simple, yet so very important thing to do. Remember to inform your Gopher about the meeting place after the ceremony and be sure they know who everyone is and where they have to be. This way you family and formal photography will go according to your plans, without wasting any time, keeping you calm and giving you fantastic results.