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What's included in your wedding packages?


Full day and album packages include coverage with me and an experienced second photographer, your choice of a complimentary engagement session or bridal session before your wedding, an online PASS gallery of your photos where you can share, dowload in high resolution, and order prints of your photos, and printing rights.  


My most common package includes full day (up to 8 hours ) coverage. A 4 hour package is available for smaller budgets, and includes just me by myself as your photographer and an online PASS gallery for downloading and sharing your photos. My album package includes a printed 10x10 leather or linen album of 80-100 photos selected by you (30 pages/15 spreads), two 8x10 prints, and one 16x20 canvas. Additional album options are available, pricing varies. 


Albums, prints, and extra time can be added to any package later. 

How do I book my wedding?


Contact me through the contact form on my website, and we can set up an in person meeting to get to know each other and talk about your wedding plans. A non-refundable deposit of $250 is required along with a signed contract to book a wedding date. This is part of the wedding package price, not additional. 

What types of payment methods do you take?


Cash, Check, or Credit card. Card payments for weddings (but not smaller sessions) require a $50 convenience fee.  

Do you only shoot weddings near Richmond?

No! I photography weddings all across Virginia, and occasionally go out of state

How long does it take to get our pictures?
General delivery times are anywhere from 4-12 weeks, depending on what part of the season it is. Winter weddings are less common and have lower turnaround times, but if your wedding is in October it's going to take longer. To be fair, I deliver photos in the order that they were photographed, and each wedding takes me about two full weeks to cull, edit, and retouch. 





How many photos do we get?
Engagement, bridal, and family sessions result in 50-100 photos. Weddings result in 500+ 



What should I wear for engagement photos?
Solid colors work best.- avoid busy patterns. Choose complimentary colors (not matching colors). Clothing style should match the scenery: flowy sundresses work great in nature based settings like parks, while a cocktail dress, button up shirt and slacks or anything on the classy side works well in city environments. 
And most importantly, wear what flatters your figure and you feel comfortable in :]



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