How do I book you?
The first step is to get in touch directly to inquire about your wedding/shoot date and needs. After meeting, we will send you a proposal with your collection details and pricing. Once you accept, an invoice for a deposit and a contract is sent out for you to sign. Upon completion, you are officially booked! The final balance is due one month prior to your wedding date or one week prior to your shoot date.
WHAT IS YOUR PRICING?
Over the years, we’ve learned that every individual and couple has their own unique needs, budgets and priorities. For this reason, custom-tailored collections will be made just for you! Schedule an appointment to receive a detailed proposal on your investment.
Do you work with a second shooter/assistant?
Depending on the scale of your wedding/shoot, we will bring on additional shooters or assistants as needed.
Is travel included?
Travel costs that are outside of the Greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland regions are not included in the pricing of our collections. After we learn more about your wedding day or shoot, we will create a custom-quote based on the location and number of shooting days in the proposal we send you. Once booked, all travel and accommodation bookings are made by our team unless otherwise agreed upon with our clients.
What if it rains on the day of my shoot?
We will decide on a rain check on the morning of your shoot as the forecast in BC can change within minutes. If needed, we will work together to reschedule a new shoot date right away. Now if it rains on your wedding day… That is another story! Although rain on your wedding day is considered lucky, we understand it may not be what you had hoped. We will work closely together to navigate through these challenges with your wedding planner to ensure we still get beautiful shots without compromising your comfort.
Do I receive all the images that you take?
The final gallery you receive is carefully curated with the absolute best selection of images from your wedding/shoot. Images we exclude are ones that are blurry and unflattering, and shots where the subject is blinking.