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Awesome Elopement Wedding Collection For Anna and Niko

Awesome Elopement Wedding Collection For Tina and Kalin
Engagment Collection for Karina and Matt
Awesome Elopement Wedding Collection


  • Up to 4 hours of wedding coverage. 
  • Post-processing of 100-200 delivered images.
  • Engagement sessions, albums, prints, and second shooters are available at additional cost.
  • All images non-edited ($200) 
$1000  plus tax (Non-refundable retainer fee of $200 to hold date )


  • Up to 6 hours of wedding coverage.
  • Post-processing of 175-350 delivered images.
  • All images non-edited ($200)
$1400 plus tax (Non-refundable retainer fee of $300 to hold date )


  • Up to 8 hours of wedding coverage.
  • Second photographer
  • Post-processing of 200-400 delivered images.
  • 30min engagement/save the date session 
$2000 (Non-refundable retainer fee of $400 to hold date )


  • Full day coverage 10 hours.
  • Second photographer
  • Post-processing of 300-500 delivered images.
  • 1.5-hour engagement session 
  • All images non-edited ($200)
$2500 (Non-refundable retainer fee of $550 to hold date )

Here is how a typical wedding timeline breaks down:

 It works well and helps to keep the day calm and relaxed if I arrive at the tail-end of your getting ready process.

  • Allow at least 1hour for getting-ready photography and details of the dress, shoes, jewelry, etc. Plan on 1hour for your first look.
  • 1 to 1.5 hours with your bridal party is ideal. Plan on doing something fun with your bridal party. If you’re in the city, why not stop by your favorite bar for a cocktail and toast?!
  • 1 hour for family photos works well.
  • 1 hour for your ceremony should be accurate. Even 5-minute ceremonies take a bit longer when you count the time it takes right before and right after.
  • Cocktail hour – 1 hour. Perhaps we slip away so you can have a moment of quiet together?
  • 1-2 hours for dinner and toasts.
  • Plan 1 hour for the first dance and other formalities.
  • Open dancing. This could be anywhere from 30 minutes to 3 hours of coverage.
Wow! So it takes a bit of time just to be there for key moments. Plan on 7-9 hours of photography. After all, good photography is based on being at your wedding to capture moments as they happen. Shooting your photos is the best part; after your wedding is the real work! For me, a single wedding requires at least 40 hours of work just to sort through the THOUSANDS of photos I shoot, make adjustments, edits, upload your photos, and more.

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