FAQ
How many hours of coverage should I book?

Depends on how much of the day you’d like photographed. Here are a few example timelines to give you some ideas:

2 hours of coverage: (most suitable for 2 person, intimate ceremony)

  • 6:00 pm meet at ceremony location
  • 6:30 pm intimate, 2 person ceremony
  • 7:00 pm more newlywed photos in a different location or group photos
  • 8:00 pm Coverage concludes
  • 4 hours of coverage:

  • 5:00 pm Getting ready photos with each of you in nearby locations
  • 6:00 pm meet for first look
  • 6:30 pm intimate ceremony
  • 7:00 pm any group photos and more newlywed photos
  • 8:00 pm start of the night photos of first dance / cake cutting
  • 9:00 pm coverage concludes
  • 6 hours of coverage: (most suitable for a 25 guest wedding)

  • 4:00 pm Getting ready photos with each of you, in separate or nearby locations
  • 6:00 pm meet for first look
  • 6:30 pm intimate ceremony
  • 7:00 pm any group photos and more newlywed photos
  • 8:00 pm start of the night photos of first dance / cake cutting
  • 9:00 pm dinner, toasts, celebrations
  • 10:00 pm coverage concludes
  • These are just a few examples and every wedding is different. If you’re still not sure, just reach out and we can talk about what’s most important to you to decide how many hours might work best on your day.

    We love your work, but this is out of our price range. Can we still work together?
    We know that choosing a photographer is a big decision. If your wedding is smaller, than it’s almost an even bigger decision as these photos are the ones that you’ll use to share with others. If you love our work and connect with what you see, just reach out and let’s talk more about what we can do to work together.
    What time of the day should I elope?
    While there are certainly times of the day that are better for photography than others, another point to consider is how much privacy you’d like (especially if eloping in a public spot), and the weather. If you’re flexible on timing and have a very tiny or no guest list, it might be a good idea to consider eloping earlier in the day and having the rest of the day to enjoy together as newlyweds. If you have a few more guests to accommodate, it’s a good idea to get married right around sunset for the best light. We’re always here for more timing advice, so just reach out if you have more questions.
    Do I have to book a minimum amount of hours?
    Monday - Thursday elopements have a minimum of one hour, and Friday - Sunday elopements have a minimum of three hours. If you’re getting married on a Saturday and don’t need three hours, just reach out and we may be able to work with you depending on availability.
    Do you do video?
    We offer slideshows as an add on to all of our elopement packages, and they come complimentary if you book 4+ hours for your elopement. Although we don’t do video, the slideshow is a great way to visually and continuously view the best photos that unfold the story of your elopement. If you’d prefer to hire a videographer instead, just reach out and we can send over recommendations for videographers who have a similar style to us and who have a similar approach to us.
    How long will it take to receive the photos?
    You'll get a sneak peek within the following week, and we take between 4 and 6 weeks to deliver the additional edited photographs via an online gallery that you can download, print from, and share with family and friends.
    Do you offer albums?
    Yes, we offer beautiful, heirloom quality albums that stand the test of time. Click here for more info about our fine art albums.