Opting to add-on a second shooter to your wedding photography package allows for more coverage of the day’s magic, leaving you with a gallery complete with all the traditional and candid shots you’d expect, as well as extra coverage of your guests, details, and formalities.
One of the most important parts of the wedding photography process is planning a timeline with your photographer ahead of the big day! Creating this timeline in advance allows us to account for any unique traditions or ways in which your wedding will be unlike any other while making sure we are still allocating plenty of time to capture couples’ portraits, family photos, and the party, of course!
When it comes to wedding coverage and getting the most out of your day, pre-made packages like mine are built to cover the core of your timeline and more, so that you can focus on the present and relive it all through a rich gallery of the day’s moments — big and little.
Getting ready for your wedding is probably one of the most exciting times on your special day! The nerves, the excitement, and the feeling of being with your closest friends only hours before you get married is something that you’ll definitely want to get on camera. So, how can you ensure you get the best ‘getting ready’ photos that you possibly can?
Summer weddings are extremely popular in Boston (and everywhere else, for that matter!), so most couples don’t need any convincing reasons. But one thing that I would LOVE to see more of is couples choosing to plan a winter wedding! Not too sold on the idea? Don’t worry, I got ya covered. Here are my top five reasons to have a winter wedding in Boston!
So, you’re engaged, and your head is spinning with alllll the planning details! You’re thinking about all the amazing things that you will have, all the amazing people you will invite, and playing out what it might look like as you pin those GORGEOUS wedding photos at sunset. And then, you discover that the sun […]