Investment

Pricing & Packages

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I know how important budgets are so I am beyond flattered that you are willing to invest in me. There is so much to consider when planning a wedding and it's completely up to you to decide what to prioritize. This is nothing more than a gentle reminder that you should be willing to invest in your photographs, not despite all the other costs and efforts that go into planning your wedding day, but because of them. It's not just stuff you invest in, but moments and memories. Not just little details,  a fancy venue or a pretty dress, but the look in his eyes when he sees you walking towards him for the first time in it. At the end of the day, that's what this is all about, right?

CAN YOU FEEL IT?

Eventually these precious moments will be all that remains of your wedding day. The photos will be the one thing that get more valuable with every year that passes. That is why you want someone by your side that doesn't take this responsibility lightly. Someone whose work took your breath away the first time you saw it. Not just a person with a camera but someone with a shared vision with whom you click on a personal level and whom you can trust to capture your most precious memories. 

So what are you truly investing in on your wedding day?

YOU DECIDE.

Elopement

Up to 4 hours of 1 photographer coverage
Handcrafted wood heritage box
20 professional prints
Online gallery of all images
print release
custom USB drive

$1600

Classic

Up to 6 hours of 2 photographer coverage
Handcrafted wood heritage box
20 professional prints
Online gallery of all images
print release
custom USB drive
complimentary one hour engagement
or boudoir session

$2550

Serendipity

Up to 8 hours of 2 photographer coverage
Handcrafted wood heritage box
20 professional prints
Online gallery of all images
print release
custom USB drive
complimentary one hour engagement
or boudoir session

$3400

Additional Information


I work with amazingly talented photographers as co-shooters for your day. They are amazing woman who own their own photography businesses too. We have a tight network and shoot for each other when we can! Elopements do not include a second shooter, but one can be added on. I do not limit the number of photos you will receive back in your album. You can expect no less than 50 images per hour hired. To officially add you to my calendar, I ask that the $400 retainer is paid & you have read and signed the contract. 

I love to meet up with clients to discuss your wedding plans and give you a chance to ask me as many questions as you would like. At these meetings I can show you examples of my work, go over the contract with you in detail, and hear more about your plans!

I look forward to hearing from you! - Faith

FAQ

Do you shoot destination weddings?

Will there be a second shooter?

Can I extend the session on the day of?

What kind of gear do you use?

Do I have to order prints through you?

What should we wear?

FAQ

Do you shoot destination weddings?

I do! Let's go on an adventure! Feel free to message me for more details on that.

Will there be a second shooter?

There will be a second shooter with me on your wedding day (not included in elopement packages) - depending upon their availability. You do not have to, and if you feel it would be best for your day to only have me - we can for sure arrange that!

Can I extend the session on the day of?

Unless we have discussed a special situation - I do not extend sessions the day of. I have three small children that are often being watched by my husband and I's parents. We have to respect their time.

What kind of gear do you use?

I shoot with a Canon DSLR system. I use off camera flash when needed.

Do I have to order prints through you?

No, you will receive a print release. I do recommend avoiding "kiosk" printing. For keepsake heritage prints, I would recommend ordering through my site or another professional print lab.

What should we wear?

My main styling tip is to avoid neons and bright colors. Ex: The sun will reflect off of a bright red shirt and your face and anyone near you will then have a very red face in photos. So, sticking with earthy tones, muted colors, and neutrals is always a good idea. Other than that - just wear whatever makes you most comfortable and confident.


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