With the hustle and bustle (and no, we don't just mean your dress) of the wedding day, the last thing a bride and groom wants to wonder at the end of the night is "Did we get a picture with Grandma?" Couples should keep in mind those family members and friends to include in wedding photos.

With the hustle and bustle (and no, we don't just mean your dress) of the wedding day, the last thing a bride and groom wants to wonder at the end of the night is "Did we get a picture with Grandma?" Couples should keep in mind those family members and friends to include in wedding photos.

"Our experience has been that nobody really enjoys the 'formal photo' time," says Shannon Sano, owner of Mia Jade Wedding Photojournalism. "We've simplified our list down to the following suggested groupings for our couples in order for that portion of their day to go quickly."

Sano's recommended groupings include the following:

?Bride and Groom + Bride's parents + Bride's siblings

?Bride and Groom + Bride's parents

?Bride and Groom + Groom's parents + Groom's siblings

?Bride and Groom + Groom's parents

?Full family

"Beyond this, we ask each couple to consider if there is anyone not listed who is important to get a photo with," Sano says. "Many of our couples will add a grouping with their grandparents. As far as aunts, uncles, cousins, godparents, etc., our suggestion is that these important people are included in the full family grouping."

And don't worry if you still want individual shots with the extended family-Sano doesn't discourage this, but warns couples that it can be more time consuming.

"Some of our clients opt for getting a photo with each table at the reception, which tends to be a much more enjoyable moment," Sano explains, "and that way the couple is sure they have a photo of everyone."