Investment


Every wedding and every couple's needs are unique. Because of this, I always create custom collections for each of my couples. For complete pricing details, please reach out, and be sure to tell me more about your day!

Wedding Photography Budgeting

A great rule of thumb is to plan on investing at least 10-20% of your total wedding day budget on photography. Wedding pros have found this is at least $3500-$7000 for initial investments. Be sure to plan for your wall art and gifts after the wedding, too!

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Typical Investment

My wedding clients typically invest in a two photographer collection that features an engagement session, a made-in-Italy book, a luxury USB keepsake box, copyright permission, and bonus offers on products. Contact me today for more information!

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Destination Weddings

I love capturing weddings all over the world! Destination photography is always custom. Contact me today to find out more!

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FAQ

How much coverage do I need?

What kind of gear do you use?

Will there be a second photographer?

How long does it take for you to process images from an entire wedding?

Do I get copyright permission with my digital images?

What happens if...

Do you reward referrals?

FAQ

How much coverage do I need?

While most photographers offer hourly coverage, I have found that I prefer to let the events of the wedding dictate our time together.

We will begin as early as 10am, and capture all the way through the end of cocktail hour together. Depending on which collection you select, the remainder of your reception will vary. I recommend having coverage through the end of formalities (intros, toasts, cake, first dances), and then enjoying the remainder of your celebration without professional photographic coverage unless there are to be significant events to be captured.

LOVE dancing photos? Then you'll definitely want to extend your coverage to include your guests enjoying their time with you.

Hourly coverage is only added on for coverage needed before 10am, as well as coverage needed beyond what is included in your selected collection.

What kind of gear do you use?

I'd love to begin this by stating that I believe a camera is a tool, and that a brand does not make a photographer greater or less than. The way a photographer utilizes LIGHT is what sets them apart!

That being said, the gear that best suits my preferences is Nikon cameras, Nikkor and Sigma Art lenses, Godox/Flashpoint flashes, Magnet Mod modifiers, and a variety of modifiers from various different photographic brands, including Westcott.

Will there be a second photographer?

This is up to your preferences and your budget, but most of my clients DO opt for a second photographer. I HIGHLY recommend this option. Having an additional photographer allows for more variety, time efficiency, and of course the ability to be in more than one place at a time.
My second photographers regularly capture with me, and all meet my persnickety quality and personality standards (in other words, they're really good at what they do, and are wonderful people!)

How long does it take for you to process images from an entire wedding?

I try to keep my turn around time to no more than 3 weeks for all of my clients.

Do I get copyright permission with my digital images?

YES! All of my clients have permission to make gift sized prints (up to 8x10 in size) for personal use and for gifting. To ensure the best quality and care is given, I do require that all larger sized prints, wall art, and books be made through my studio.

What happens if...

As a seasoned professional, rest assured that I have contingency plans in place for everything.

Do you reward referrals?

I do! For anyone who has worked with me at any stage of my career, I offer a $150 service credit OR a $50 visa gift card for each wedding referred my way.


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