You choose the package
4 package options
pricing begins at $2,100
You choose the add-ons
Engagement, Bridal, and/or Boudoir session
Album & Prints
What is a second shooter?
A second shooter is a second photographer. It is impossible for one photographer to be everywhere at once. A second shooter gets moments that I may not be around for. I contract the photographer to work for me for the day and then receive/edit all their photos for consistency. The second photographer is also a professional wedding photographer with their own company whom I trust.
Why should I get a second shooter?
To get more photos, from more angles for your couples photos
While I get your getting ready photos, they'll get your partner's
Receive more photos of your guests during cocktail hour
Security and liability reasons
What is a bridal session?
A bridal session is when you put your dress on and get wedding-ready. Bridals are usually taken at your venue. You will need to contact your venue coordinator as there may be an extra fee associated with renting the space. It is a good idea to schedule your bridals the same day as your HMUA trial.
Why should I get bridal photos?
To get more photos of you in your dress, and in more locations.
Less stress about having to hide from your partner or guests
Print out a photo to frame at the wedding
What is an engagement session?
An engagement session is when I take photos of you and your partner to celebrate/announce your engagement. Photos can be at a location of your choosing but I encourage the location to be one that is a reflection of your relationship/personality. Feel free to get unique and adventurous!
Why should I get engagement photos?
To get experience in front of the camera
Get to know me/how I direct you for photos
Print out a photos to frame at the wedding/use for save the date
What is a boudoir session?
A boudoir session is a sexy/romantic photoshoot either solo or with your partner. The purpose is to capture your sexuality, allure and femininity in a tasteful and classy way, immortalizing your youthful beauty in stunning photographs that will thrill your partner on your wedding day.
Why should I get boudoir photos?
A gift for your partner
How many hours of coverage do I need?
The number of hours you need a photographer at your wedding depends on the timeline of your wedding. The majority of wedding packages begin at six hours. You rarely need more than 10 hours.
Why should I reserve more hours?
If you are excited about getting ready photos pre-ceremony
You want a ton of dance floor photos
You have to travel from the ceremony to the reception space
You have a long ceremony (1+ hours).
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