5 hour wedding coverage with 2 photographers and online gallery access
10 hour wedding coverage with 2 photographers, 2 hour engagement session, online gallery access
12 hours of photography with 2 photographers, 3 hour engagement session, online gallery access
“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.”
WEDDINGS PHOTOGRAPHY CHECKLIST
The wedding photo is the most romantic proof of mutual love between two people. Flipping through the pages of a wedding album, you will rewind time - all emotions and memories will come to life.
The main task of a wedding photographer is to convey the sincerity of the newly-weds, their carefreeness and joy. Therefore, not only a photographer but also a couple should prepare for a wedding photoshoot. Wedding photography is not limited to one day only. The idea is to cover the whole process, including event planning and post-ceremony moments.
Decor & Signage
Bridal Party Pics
The Reception Space
Hair & Makeup Shots
A detailed wedding checklist will help catch all the subtle nuances to create exclusive snapshots.
The pre-ceremony shots. At this stage, the main attention is devoted to details and accessories – rings, dresses, bridesmaids, veil, wedding cake. You can all add here bridal party pics, the reception space, bride and groom with their parents.
The ceremony shots. Ceremonial traditions can be very different. But in most cases, the key scene here is the father walking down the aisle with a bride. It is essential not to miss the preach speech, ring exchange, and the kiss.
Post-ceremony shots. Try to capture all the guests in one photo. And then thousands of variations will be great – bride and groom with their relatives and friends.
Reception shots. The festive atmosphere of the holiday is embodied in the photos of dancing, guest toasts, bridal bouquet toss.
A wedding photo story is built from small details. And the more you catch, the greater is the outcome.