How much do you charge?

When you work with us, our all-inclusive pricing covers everything—from bride prep, to groom prep, to the first look (if you’re having one), to the ceremony, portraits, cocktail hour, reception, and party—yes, the entire experience so you can focus on exactly what matters most: your love story, and spending your day with your closest friends and family that are celebrating with you.

No detail will be missed, no angle will be left uncovered, and no moment will be lost. Your story will be told in the most beautiful and creative way possible—with no limits on time, and no limit on images taken.

We start every conversation with couples via a free consultation call with us to get a better understanding of your needs so we can put together a custom plan for you.

Most of our slots are already reserved, but we do have some time available in the next few days. You can choose from our availability here to schedule a call.

I know that it is very important to not only hire a photographer whose work I love and that has experience but also one that I will feel comfortable with throughout the day… how can I find out more about you?

We are happy to book a FREE consultation with you at a convenient time so we can talk and get to know each other. Another great way of finding out if you will be comfortable working with the photographer is by booking an Engagement Session. This session gives your photographer an opportunity to get to know you and to have some fun with you. We will discover how you and your fiance interact with each other in front of the camera, your individual personalities, and even your quirks. We will give you tips and guide you on how to pose so you look the best all the time during the session and on your wedding date.

Which package is right for me? / How many hours do I need?

How many hours or which package you choose solely depends on what time you have planned on having your ceremony and how long you would like us to stay during your reception. If you are planning a wedding ceremony that is between late morning and mid-afternoon, we would highly recommend the full day package. With the full day package, we’re with you from getting ready shots to the bridal bouquet toss, to an hour into dance dance dance at the end of the night, every aspect is captured of your day without needing to stress over time restrictions or paying extra for coverages. Ideally, our (8-hour) package is designed for couples with late afternoon/evening ceremonies in which the itinerary of the day is more compact and fewer hours are required to capture your entire wedding story

Do you offer videography services?

Yes, we do. We have an in-house video team that film our weddings and events when needed. Please contact us with your details.

How far in advance do I need to book my wedding?

Your reception venue, ceremony location, and photographer are typically the first services you should be looking into. We recommend booking with us six to eighteen months in advance. Should you not be planning this far ahead, however, please contact us to see if your date(s) is still available! To see if your wedding date is available and/or to book a consultation, please CLICK HERE 

How do we book you?

You’ll fill out the CONTACT FORM  with your details, after which we will have a phone call/skype/in-person meeting to discuss your needs and wedding or event day details. If you then decide to book us to document your wedding or event, we will send you the photography/videography agreement details for you to sign and return. A non-refundable deposit is then required to confirm the booking and secure your date.

How many images will we receive?

While there’s no limit to the number of photos that we take on a wedding day, however, it is important that we deliver quality over quantity. On average, our couples will receive between 250-500 images that tell the story of their wedding day.

Do you only photograph weddings?

No. Weddings are the main part of our business but we also photograph families, events, portraits, headshots, corporate events, etc.

Do we need a second photographer?

If you are having a small and intimate ceremony, you do not need a second shooter. However, I always recommend having a second photographer if there will be more than 150 guests or if there are no plans to see each other before the ceremony, or if your venue is large that one person cannot physically cover the grounds alone, or if you both will be getting ready at different locations more than 10 minutes drive away from each

We're planning a destination wedding and have some questions.

Please CLICK HERE to enter your details and we will reach out to you to talk about your destinations plan. In general, you have to factor in the cost of the package and all of the travel and accommodations expenses of the photographer and/or videographer.
We’ll be happy to answer any additional questions that you may have, please CLICK HERE.