The photographer you choose for your wedding can make all the difference in how your special day is remembered. You do not want to end up with a bunch of pictures. A collection of captured memories and emotions is what I provide.
I believe you should get the coverage that best fits your style. During our consultation I will learn about you and what makes you special. Together we will plan out the best style to capture your wedding day.
Many brides want to capture the excitement leading up to the ceremony. From getting your hair done to the putting that last touch-up on your make-up, each moment can make for a special memory. Some of my favorite shots:
Bride before hair and make-up Bridesmaids helping with the dress Bride and Mother preparing Groom getting advice Groom getting boutonnière Parents chatting Groomsman joking around Bridesmaids getting corsages Make-up and hair being done Putting the garter on
Indoors and outdoors, each ceremony has it challenges for a photographer which is why I always pre-plan the day. Will I be able to use flash, where will the celebrant allow the photographer to be, which direction is the sun and so many more questions that I will have answered prior to your wedding.
Seating of Parents Flower Girl/Ring Bearer Processional Giving the Bride away Ring exchange Tears of Joy The Kiss Recessional
When I shoot receptions I have two key elements that I keep in mind. First and foremost is to capture all the key events such as the cake cutting. Second is to get a few photos of everyone in attendance. People have told me that I must be exhausted, because everywhere they turned, there I was taking a picture. Some of my favorite reception shots:
Arrival of wedding party Cake cutting Garter Toss Group Dances - Chicken Dance, Hokey Pokey, Electric Slide ... Toasts Special Dances Bride/Father, Groom/Mother ... Bride and Groom exit