We're so excited to get to work with you!
And we want to make your experience with us
as easy and enjoyable as possible. We're only a
phone call or e-mail away if you need input on 
anything, but we hope the details below will also
help you make the most of your wedding collection.

We're so excited to get to work with you!
And we want to make your experience
with us as easy and enjoyable as possible.

We're only a phone call or e-mail away
if you need input on anything, but we hope
the details below will also help you make
the most of your wedding collection.

client resources
client resources
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BENEFITS OF BOOKING US FOR BOTH
...

MORE BANG
FOR YOUR BUCK.

Why settle for photos alone when you can have video at no additional cost? We aim to give our clients the best value for their investment.

CONSISTENCY
IN STYLE.

We bring the same creative sensibilities to all the products we create, so you can expect your photo + film collection to have a cohesive look.

SIMPLICITY
IN PLANNING.

Having a single team in charge of both services means one less vendor to find and to include in your planning process. (And, of course, to pay!)

SEAMLESS SERVICE
ON YOUR WEDDING DAY.

We've fine-tuned working together. With all the cameras involved in shooting photos + videos, that familiarity means cleaner footage for you.

MULTIPLE PRODUCTS
TO PORTRAY YOUR MEMORIES.

We've said it before, but it bears repeating: Having your big day curated in more than one way gives you that much more of it to keep.

AN UNUSUALLY
AFFORDABLE OPPORTUNITY.

Typically, hiring high-quality photo + video teams would cost twice as much. But we've streamlined our efforts to pass savings on to you. 

Oh Yay, You're engaged!
It's a sweet time to savor
with a photo session.
It's a sweet time to savor
with a photo session.
what to wear
...
When it comes to color,
stay on the subtle side.

This doesn't mean only neutrals are an option – just that neons and other super bold colors can dominate and be distracting.

Wear clothes that
let you move comfortably.

You'll be in different positions during your session, so you'll need outfits that accommodate that without requiring constant adjustment.

Small patterns aren't a photographer's friend.

This is especially true of stripes, which can look distorted in images sized for the Internet.  To be safe, it's best to avoid any busy prints.

Dressing somewhat formally
elevates your images.

To strike a balance, some couples start the session dressed formally and then change partway through into something more casual (or vice-versa).

complement, without
matching too much.

For example: Pink and navy go great together, so a girl in pink a guy in navy is a good look (and better than, say, both in jeans and white shirts).

keep the big
picture in mind.

If you’re planning an outfit change, keeping some consistency in color or style helps maintain a cohesive look in your image collection.

Loose Park
{5200 Wornall Road, KCMO} 

Has a rose garden with stone columns and a fountain, bridges overlooking a pond, plenty of trees and open green space. 

Liberty Memorial
{2 Memorial Dr., KCMO}

Part of the World War I Museum. Beautiful architecture, views of the KC skyline and Union Station, trees and green space. 

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
{4525 Oak St., KCMO}

Features the museum itself, outdoor sculptures, tree-lined walkways, a reflecting pool, trees and green space.

J.C. Nichols Fountain
{47th St. & J.C. Nichols Pkwy., KCMO}

One of the best known fountains in KC. Adjoins Mill Creek Park, which has views of the Country Club Plaza.

River Market (City Market)
{20 E. Fifth St., KCMO}
CROSSROADS & KAUFFMAN CENTER {1601 BROADWAY BLVD., KCMO}

A historic area with an urban look, as well as a small park, brick streets, a skyline view and an ornate "City Market" sign.

An urban setting with views of City Hall and other skyline staples,  the TWA rocket and the Kauffman Center.

Power & Light District
{50 E. 13th St., KCMO}

This downtown entertainment and retail district offers a modern urban vibe and a variety of backdrops.

ANITA B. GORMAN & PENGUIN PARKS {N.E. VIVION ROAD, KCMO}

Nearby Northland parks. Gorman has the only KC fountain that runs year-round. Penguin has a bridge and tree-lined trail.

BRIARCLIFF WATERFALL
{N.W. PLATTE & N.W. VALLEY VIEW}

This waterfall in Riverside is part of a park that also features a tree-lined path that's part of the Riverside trail system.

SMITHVILLE LAKE {17201 PARADESIAN ST., SMITHVILLE, MO}*
SMITHVILLE LAKE
{17201 PARADESIAN, SMITHVILLE, MO}*

Just 20 minutes from downtown KC, this lake is a great option for anyone wanting a pretty body of water in their pictures.

DOWNTOWN PARKVILLE
 {104 MAIN ST., PARKVILLE, MO}*

Set in the bluffs above the Missouri River, this quaint downtown includes English Landing Park on the banks of the river.

Set in the bluffs above the Missouri River, this quaint downtown includes English Landing Park on the banks of the river.

UNITY VILLAGE {1901 N.W. BLUE PKWY., UNITY VILLAGE, MO}† 
UNITY VILLAGE
{1901 N.W. BLUE, UNITY VILLAGE, MO}† 

Features Mediterranean architecture, fountains and a rose garden, a nature trail and stone bridges and buildings. 

DOWNTOWN LEE'S SUMMIT
{13 S.E. THIRD ST., LEE'S SUMMIT, MO}

A historic area with a quaint, small-town look. It has numerous storefronts, a lot of brick and a still-operational train depot.

BURR OAK WOODS
{1401 N.W. PARK, BLUE SPRINGS, MO}

A conservation area featuring wooded areas with walking trails, as well as open areas with prairie grass.

OLD RED BRIDGE IN MINOR PARK
{E. RED BRIDGE ROAD, KCMO}

Features a historic bridge where couples attach "love locks" (padlocks), as well as some surrounding trails and green space.

Modeled after Old World European charm, this shopping center is a nice photo spot (although crowds can create a challenge).

Modeled after Old World European charm, this shopping center is a nice photo spot (although crowds can create a challenge).

Just off the Plaza, this park includes the J.C. Nichols Fountain as well as some green space and walking trails.

A great option for indoor photos. Has nice architecture as well as interesting walkways between buildings.

A great option for indoor photos. Has nice architecture as well as interesting walkways between buildings.

Known for its unique architecture as well as for a multicolored exterior wall that's a popular site for photos.

Known for its unique architecture as well as for a multicolored exterior wall that's a popular site for photos.

This quaint downtown area is set in rolling hills and features historic buildings housing local businesses and boutiques.

This quaint downtown area is set in rolling hills and features historic buildings housing local businesses and boutiques.

A historic bridge and the area around it, which still shows its industrial past through old brick buildings.

A historic bridge and the area around it, which still shows its industrial past through old brick buildings.

Features almost 3 miles of nature trails. Depending on rainfall amounts, it sometimes also has waterfalls.

Features almost 3 miles of nature trails. Depending on rainfall amounts, it sometimes also has waterfalls.

LITTLE BLUE TRACE TRAIL
{21999 E. OLD BLUE MILLS ROAD}

This trail system in Independence, Missouri, has wooded areas, prairie grass and views of the Little Blue River.

Location names link to sessions and wedding portraits shot there. Just click to check them out!

location suggestions
{Topeka area}

location suggestions
{Kansas City area}

Lake Shawnee
{3650 S.E. West Edge, Topeka, KS}*

The Ted Ensley Gardens are a popular photo spot here and offer landscaping and bridges, as well as views of the water.

Gage Park
{635 S.W. Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS}*

Has a rose garden and an adjoining pond area surrounded by a stone pathway and a stone bridge.

Ward Meade (Old Prairie Town) {124 N.W. Fillmore St., Topeka, KS}*

Has historic buildings like a Victorian mansion, a general store, a schoolhouse and a train depot. Also nice landscaping.

Kansas State Capitol Building
{300 S.W. 10th St., Topeka, KS}*

Features the building (with steps, columns, tunnels, etc.) as well as nicely landscaped grounds and pathways. 

Downtown Topeka
{515 S. Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS}*

This area offers the look of a historic business district, as well as alleys with  a less polished, urban vibe.

Washburn University
{1700 S.W. College Ave., Topeka, KS}*
Cedar Crest
{1 S.W. Cedar Crest, Topeka, KS}*

Has a variety of buildings and landscaping. The area around White Concert Hall is nice and easily accessible.

The land around the governor's mansion has prairie grass as well as tree-lined paths, ponds and wooded nature trails. 

Kansas Museum of History
{6425 S.W. Sixth Ave., Topeka, KS}*

Has the museum as well as a stone building and a one-room schoolhouse on its grounds. Also prairie grass and trails.

The Potter Lake and campanile areas are popular, as are the Chi Omega fountain, Jayhawk Boulevard and Allen Fieldhouse.

Mass Street & South Park
{1141 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS}*

This park at the south end of Mass Street has a garden and gazebo. Mass Street has many eclectic storefronts and alleyways.

engagement session
add-on options

The engagement session included in your wedding collection is one hour. This timeframe generally allows for up to two locations within about 10 minutes of each other, as well as an outfit change if desired. 

However, if this isn't enough time for all you're hoping to fit in your session, it's always an option to purchase additional time at a rate of $100 per half-hour. That extra time can accommodate an additional location and/or extra travel time, as well as an additional outfit change. There's no limit to how much extra coverage you can buy. In terms of image count, you can expect each additional half-hour to produce a minimum of 25 edited images (on top of the 50 promised for the base one-hour session).

If you're unsure of how much time you might need, don't hesitate to ask!

When it comes to color, stay on the subtle side.
Small patterns aren't a photographer's friend.
complement, without matching too much.
Wear clothes that let you move comfortably.
Dressing somewhat formally elevates your images.

Your engagement session is an opportunity to document this exciting time in your life and to celebrate the milestone ahead of you! You may be a little nervous about getting in front of the camera, but don't worry – we'll make you look like a natural. And these tips might help you, too:

Your engagement session is an opportunity to document this exciting time in your life and to celebrate the milestone ahead of you! You may be a little nervous about getting in front of the camera, but don't worry – we'll make you look like a natural. And these tips might help you, too:

Loose Park {5200 Wornall Road, KCMO}† 
Liberty Memorial {2 Memorial Dr., KCMO}
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art {4525 Oak St., KCMO}

Part of the World War I Museum. Offers beautiful architecture, views of the KC skyline and Union Station, and some trees and green space. 

J.C. Nichols Fountain {47th St. & J.C. Nichols Pkwy., KCMO}

One of the best known fountains in KC. Adjoins Mill Creek Park, which has views of the Country Club Plaza.

A historic area with an urban look and diverse buildings, as well as a small park, brick streets, a skyline view and an ornate "City Market" sign.

River Market (City Market) {20 E. Fifth St., KCMO}
Crossroads & kauffman center {1601 Broadway Blvd., KCMO}

An urban district with cool buildings and alleyways, views of City Hall and other skyline staples, the TWA rocket and the Kauffman Center.

Power & Light District {50 E. 13th St., KCMO}

This downtown entertainment and retail district offers a modern urban vibe and a variety of backdrops.

OLD RED BRIDGE IN MINOR PARK {E. RED BRIDGE ROAD, KCMO}
Country club plaza {47th st.  & Broadway blvd., kcmo}
Country club plaza
{47th st.  & Broadway blvd., kcmo}
mill creek park {West 43rd St. & Broadway blvd., KcMO]
mill creek park
{West 43rd St. & Broadway, KcMO]
union station {30 W. Pershing Road, Kcmo}†
union station
{30 W. Pershing Road, Kcmo}†
museum at prairie fire {5801 W. 135th St, Overland Park, KS}*
museum at prairie fire
{5801 W. 135th, Overland Park, KS}*
downtown weston (123 Main St., Weston, MO)*
downtown weston
(123 Main St., Weston, MO)*

Nearby Northland parks. Gorman has the only KC fountain that runs year-round. Penguin has a bridge and tree-lined trail.

BRIARCLIFF WATERFALL {N.W. PLATTE ROAD & N.W. VALLEY VIEW LANE}

This waterfall in Riverside is part of a park that also features a tree-lined path that's part of the Riverside trail system.

DOWNTOWN PARKVILLE {104 MAIN ST., PARKVILLE, MO}*

Features Mediterranean architecture, fountains and a rose garden, as well as a nature trail and stone bridges and buildings. 

DOWNTOWN LEE'S SUMMIT {13 S.E. THIRD ST., LEE'S SUMMIT, MO}
BURR OAK WOODS {1401 N.W. PARK ROAD, BLUE SPRINGS, MO}

A conservation area featuring wooded areas with walking trails, as well as open areas with prairie grass. A truly wilderness-like setting.

Location names link to sessions and wedding portraits shot there. Just click to check them out!

LITTLE BLUE TRACE TRAIL {21999 E. OLD BLUE MILLS ROAD}
the scout statue in penn valley park [Penn Dr., kcmo}
the scout in penn valley park [Penn Dr., kcmo}
black hoof park {9053 Monticello Road, Lenexa, KS}*
black hoof park
{9053 Monticello, Lenexa, KS}*
shawnee mission Park [7900 Renner Road, Shawnee, Ks]*
shawnee mission Park
[7900 Renner Road, Shawnee, Ks]*
12th Street Bridge & west bottoms [1401 W. 12th St., kcmo}
Parkville Nature Sanctuary {100-198 E. 12 St., Parkville, MO}*
Parkville Nature Sanctuary
{100-198 E. 12 St., Parkville, MO}*
Lake Shawnee {3650 S.E. West Edge Road, Topeka, KS}*

The Ted Ensley Gardens are a popular photo spot at the lake and offer landscaping, bridges and other structures, as well as views of the water.

Gage Park {635 S.W. Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS}*

The rose garden and adjoining pond area are picturesque. There's also a stone pathway and a stone bridge located at the pond.

Offers historic buildings including a Victorian mansion, a general store, a schoolhouse and a train depot. Also has nicely landscaped areas.

Kansas State Capitol Building {300 S.W. 10th St., Topeka, KS}*

Features the building (with steps, columns, tunnels, etc.) as well as nicely landscaped grounds and well-kept pathways. 

University of Kansas {1450 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS}*
University of Kansas
{1450 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS}*
Downtown Topeka {515 S. Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS}*
berry hill upick farm {5840 SE Croco Road, Berryton, Kansas}*†
berry hill upick farm
{5840 SE Croco Road, Berryton, Kansas}*†
Grinter Sunflower Farms {24154 Stillwell road, Lawrence, KS}*†
Grinter Sunflower Farms
{24154 Stillwell road, Lawrence, KS}*†

This area of Kansas Avenue offers the look of a historic business district. Alleys behind the businesses have a less polished, urban vibe.

This farm offers sunflower fields open to the public. The flowers generally bloom in August and/or September.

This farm offers sunflower fields open to the public. The flowers generally bloom in August and/or September.

* A travel fee may apply for locations more than an hour (roundtrip) from us for engagement sessions. (No wedding-day travel fee applies unless noted in your contract.)

† Location charges a fee or requests a donation for photography.

This farm offers sunflower fields open to the public. The flowers generally bloom in August and/or September.

This farm offers sunflower fields open to the public. The flowers generally bloom in August and/or September.

This trail system in Independence, Missouri, features wooded areas, prairie grass and views of its namesake, the Little Blue River.

This famous memorial to local Indian tribes sits high on a hill overlooking the Kansas City skyline.

This famous memorial to local Indian tribes sits high on a hill overlooking the Kansas City skyline.

Offers a unique dam and spillway, as well as several miles of trails through open grass and wooded areas. 

* A travel fee may apply for locations more than an hour (roundtrip) from us for engagement sessions. (No wedding-day travel fee applies unless noted in your contract.)

† Location charges a fee or requests a donation for photography.

A 1,600-acre park featuring a scenic lake, as well as grassy and wooded areas and nature trails.

Washburn University {1700 S.W. College Ave., Topeka, KS}*

Has a variety of buildings and landscaping. The area around White Concert Hall and Garvey Fine Arts Center is nice and easily accessible.

Cedar Crest {1 S.W. Cedar Crest Road, Topeka, KS}*

The land around the Kansas governor's mansion has prairie grass as well as tree-lined paths, small ponds and wooded nature trails. 

Kansas Museum of History {6425 S.W. Sixth Ave., Topeka, KS}*

Has the museum as well as a stone building and a one-room schoolhouse on its grounds. Also prairie grass and nature trails.

The Potter Lake and campanile areas are popular photo spots, as are the Chi Omega fountain, Jayhawk Boulevard and Allen Fieldhouse.

Mass Street & South Park {1141 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS}*

This park at the south end of Mass Street has a garden area and large gazebo. Mass Street has many eclectic storefronts and alleyways.

keep the big picture in mind.
a photo is worth a thousand words,
but we'll give you words, as well.
Here's what to expect
when it's story time.

The prospect of an interview may be a little intimidating, especially if you haven't done one before. But no worries: It really will be just a conversation on a topic in which you happen to be an expert! And if you want to prep a little ahead of time, you can think through the following:

HOW DID YOUR
PROPOSAL PLAY OUT?

Since you each have a unique perspective on this, we'll discuss both of your accounts – from the planning to the actual popping of the question.

WHAT WERE YOUR
FIRST IMPRESSIONS?

Maybe you caught each other's eye right away, or maybe it took a while. Maybe you didn't even like each other at first – and that's OK to say!

WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO ABOUT YOUR FUTURE?

This includes your wedding and honeymoon, of course, but also all you envision and hope for yourselves in your life as a married couple.

WHEN DID YOU BEGIN
DISCUSSING MARRIAGE?

Chances are, you each said "I do" to the idea of committing your lives to each other before you actually made that intention official. 

WHAT MAKES YOUR
DYNAMIC WORK?

Are you a case of opposites attracting, or is your relationship built more on common ground? And what are your favorite things about the other?

talking points
...
What are the dates and details
of your milestones?

These include when you met, when you began dating, when you got engaged and any other big events you've experienced along the way.

other details
...

Unless you need to make other arrangements, we'll sit down for your interview before or after your engagement session, somewhere near your photo location. Interviews usually last 45 minutes to an hour. You'll receive your completed article at the same time as your edited images and will be able to request modifications before they're published on your website (More on that in the next section!).

What are the dates and details of your milestones?
WHAT WERE YOUR FIRST IMPRESSIONS?

Maybe you caught each other's eye right away, or maybe it took a while. Maybe you didn't even like each other at first – and that's OK to say!

WHEN DID YOU BEGIN DISCUSSING MARRIAGE?

Chances are, you each said "I do" to the idea of committing your lives to each other before you actually made that intention official. 

HOW DID YOUR PROPOSAL PLAY OUT?

Since you each have a unique perspective on this, we'll discuss both of your accounts – from the planning to the actual popping of the question.

WHAT MAKES YOUR DYNAMIC WORK?
It's time to create
a showcase you can share.
YOUR IMAGES ARE READY;
YOUR STORY IS WRITTEN.
YOUR IMAGES ARE READY; YOUR STORY IS WRITTEN.

To make your website truly yours, we offer options for customizing it to your specifications. We want it to be something you're proud to share on your save-the-dates, your invitations or anywhere else!  

WEBSITE SECTIONS
...
your story

After you read your story, please reply about any details you’d like modified. Or just say it's great as-is! The version you OK will go on your website (and will replace the original PDF in your collection, if necessary). 

your photos

Your website will display about 25 of your photos in a slideshow gallery. You're welcome to select the featured images yourself or to leave that up to us (We know how difficult it can be to narrow down favorites!).

your wedding

Included here are your date; your ceremony and reception times and locations; your registries (Feel free to share links); and accommodations (Hotels where you've reserved rooms and the name they're under).

RSVP option
...

If you'd like an RSVP button included, feel free to create an account on a third-party site (such as rsvpify.com) and to provide the link to it when you share the details above.

Here's advice for fine-tuning your wedding timeline.
A GOOD PLAN GOES A LONG WAY
TOWARD A SMOOTH DAY.
A GOOD PLAN GOES A LONG WAY TOWARD A SMOOTH DAY.
Here's some advice for fine-tuning your wedding timeline.

About a month before your big day, you'll receive an info packet
and questionnaire from us for collecting all the details we need regarding your wedding timeline. The information below may come in handy as you're finalizing your plans and providing the information we ask from you:

About a month before your big day, you'll receive an info packet and questionnaire from us for collecting all the details we need regarding your wedding timeline. The information below may come in handy as you're finalizing your plans and providing the information we ask from you:

timeline templates
...
6 hours of coverage
1 to 2 p.m.

Preparation and detail photos (dresses, shoes, jewelry, etc. before they're put on, as well as photos of the venue itself, if you're getting ready at that location).

2 to 4 p.m.

First look and portraits (bride and groom, bridal party and family), with an aim to finish half an hour before the ceremony, so you have a chance to relax!

4 to 5 p.m.

Ceremony possibly followed by family photos. For a full Catholic Mass, this timeframe needs to be an hour and a half to do family photos after the ceremony.

5 to 7 p.m.

Reception. We'll photograph all the events you want captured, and if time allows and you want, we can also take some bride-and-groom sunset portraits.

8 hours of coverage
1 to 2:30 p.m.

Preparation and detail photos (dresses, shoes, jewelry, etc. before they're put on, as well as photos of the venue itself, if you're getting ready at that location).

2:30 to 5 p.m.

First look and portraits (bride and groom, bridal party and family), with an aim to finish half an hour before the ceremony, so you have a chance to relax!

5 to 6 p.m.

Ceremony possibly followed by family photos. For a full Catholic Mass, this timeframe needs to be an hour and a half to do family photos after the ceremony.

6 to 9 p.m.

Reception. We'll photograph all the events you want captured, and if time allows and you want, we can also take some bride-and-groom sunset portraits.

10 hours of coverage 
1 to 3 p.m.

Preparation and detail photos (dresses, shoes, jewelry, etc. before they're put on, as well as photos of the venue itself, if you're getting ready at that location).

3 to 6 p.m.

First look and portraits (bride and groom, bridal party and family), with an aim to finish half an hour before the ceremony, so you have a chance to relax!

6 to 7 p.m.

Ceremony possibly followed by family photos. For a full Catholic Mass, this timeframe needs to be an hour and a half to do family photos after the ceremony.

7 to 11 p.m.

Reception. We'll photograph all the events you want captured, and if time allows and you want, we can also take some bride-and-groom sunset portraits.

notes
...

• These sample timelines aren't meant to suggest specific times for your day's events, but rather to show the approximate division of time we've found works well. We encourage sticking to our suggested time allotments as much as possible to produce a well-rounded photo collection. The questionnaire we send you will include a timeline section similar to those listed here, with spaces for you to fill in your specific details.

• These sample timelines assume that you're planning a first look and that all activities will happen at (or near) the same location, without any substantial break between the ceremony and reception. If any of your details differ from these and you need a modified template to work from, feel free to get in touch (We do have a variety of timelines but for simplicity's sake have featured only the most commonly used here).

• A lot more goes into planning your day than just these timeline details – and the info packet we'll provide in the weeks before your wedding is much more exhaustive. We don't want to overwhelm you with too much information too soon, but if you're at the point of thinking about locations for portraits, making a family photo list or otherwise getting into the nitty-gritty of your day, feel free to request your questionnaire early.

• These sample timelines aren't meant to suggest specific times for your day's events, but rather to show the approximate division of time we've found works well. We encourage sticking to our suggested time allotments as much as possible to produce a well-rounded photo collection. The questionnaire we send you will include a timeline section similar to those listed here, with spaces for you to fill in your specific details.

• These sample timelines assume that you're planning a first look and that all activities will happen at (or near) the same location, without any substantial break between the ceremony and reception. If any of your details differ from these and you need a modified template to work from, feel free to get in touch (We do have a variety of timelines but for simplicity's sake have featured only the most commonly used here).

• A lot more goes into planning your day than just these timeline details – and the info packet we'll provide in the weeks before your wedding is much more exhaustive. We don't want to overwhelm you with too much information too soon, but if you're at the point of thinking about locations for portraits, making a family photo list or otherwise getting into the nitty-gritty of your day, feel free to request your questionnaire early.

When it comes to your highlight film, we want you to feel you can trust us to make the most of the raw footage we gather on your wedding day.
But we're open to taking cues from you on what you hope for your film and will do our best to accommodate those preferences.

customization details
...
song choice
featured audio
decision deadline

If you'd like to select the music that accompanies your film, we'd love your input! You're welcome to choose songs available through Song Freedom that fit your taste. Our paid membership to this licensing service covers the cost of many tracks; however, most mainstream music comes with an additional fee, which we ask clients to cover if it applies to their song choice. We also ask for a selection of two songs, including one instrumental, to ensure we have enough to run the length of the film as well as some variety to work with when piecing everything together. (A popular dance track might be perfect for reception footage, for example, but won't necessarily seem as appropriate paired with emotional moments from the ceremony.)

We aim to feature audio in highlight films that is powerful in telling a piece of the couple's story. Personalized vows are perfect for this and often are our go-to when the bride and groom choose to incorporate those into their day – but not every couple does. Thus, we sometimes make use of audio from ceremony officiants or reception toast-givers (or from a mix of sources, depending on what fits the narrative and length of the film). All this to say: A number of options exist when it comes to incorporating audio from your wedding day, and you're welcome to let us know if you have an opinion on what pieces go into your film. We may suggest an alternative if we end up with other audio that's particularly powerful, but we'll aim to prioritize your preference.

If you want to give input on the previous two points, please e-mail that to us at least two weeks before your wedding. This will ensure we have time to correspond about it with you and to do any necessary fine-tuning before your big day, so we're ready to get to work on your film immediately afterward. Managing our workload and meeting deadlines requires sticking to a schedule, so we appreciate you taking time to provide your input prior to your wedding – even though we realize how much you have on your plate as you wrap up your plans! But we hope you'll find the extra effort worth it when you have a highlight film delivered to you within weeks that lets you relive your wedding and experience it alongside the components you picked..

Don't want the extra work?
...

No problem! It's perfectly fine to leave all the details of your highlight film to our discretion. We just want you to know the option to collaborate on these points is available, if you're so inclined.

When it comes to your highlight film, we want you to feel you can trust us to make the most of the raw footage we gather on your wedding day. But we're open to taking cues from you on what you hope for your film and will do our best to accommodate those preferences.

If you want to give input on the previous two points, please e-mail that to us at least two weeks before your wedding. This will ensure we have time to correspond about it with you and to do any necessary fine-tuning before your big day, so we're ready to get to work on your film immediately afterward. Managing our workload and meeting deadlines requires sticking to a schedule, so we appreciate you taking time to provide your input prior to your wedding – even though we realize how much you have on your plate as you wrap up your plans! But we hope you'll find the extra effort worth it when you have a highlight film delivered to you within weeks that lets you relive your wedding and experience it alongside the components you picked for this presentation.

No problem! It's perfectly fine to leave all the details of your highlight film to our discretion.
We just want you to know the option to collaborate on these points is available, if you're so inclined.

That's why we offer
a stunning printed product.
YOUR IMAGES SHOULDN'T EXIST
ONLY IN DIGITAL FORM.
YOUR IMAGES SHOULDN'T EXIST ONLY IN DIGITAL FORM.
That's why we offer our clients
a stunning printed product.

Your photos shouldn't live only on a flash drive. We love helping clients curate their favorites, and our albums are a stunning way to showcase those memories!

BUILDING YOUR BOOK
...
the book
the process
the upgrade

These flush-mount, lay-flat albums contain thick, rigid pages with stain-resistant, fine-photo surfaces. They are printed in high-density color by a professional lab. Our signature cover is a textured hard-back featuring a photo, and our signature book is an 11x8-inch, portrait orientation. (You're welcome to select landscape orientation or a 10x10-inch album instead.) 

You will receive access to a folder for sharing digital copies of the images you select for your album. You can also indicate whether you’d like all the photos to be featured in their original (color) form or would like some black-and-whites in the mix, as well. 

Once complete, you will receive a digital draft to review and to make modification requests before the book goes to print.

If you opted for the album add-on, your collection comes with a book of a designated page length. If fewer than 50 pages, you're welcome to add pages and pay the difference in value between your current album and one the size you'd prefer. See the list below for price details, as well as how many photos you can plan to include based on your book's page count.

price list
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An 8x11-inch album starts at $200 for 20 pages; add $20 for each additional two-page spread, up to 50 pages. We also offer parent albums, which are smaller (6.25x8-inch) versions of the full-sized client albums and range in price from $150 to $200 (depending on page length).


 
    

• 20 pages (up to 50 photos): $200        • 36 pages (up to 90 photos): $360 
• 22 pages (up to 55 photos): $220        • 38 pages (up to 95 photos): $380 
• 24 pages (up to 60 photos): $240        • 40 pages (up to 100 photos): $400
• 26 pages (up to 65 photos): $260        • 42 pages (up to 105 photos): $420 
• 28 pages (up to 70 photos): $280        • 44 pages (up to 110 photos): $440 
• 30 pages (up to 75 photos): $300        • 46 pages (up to 115 photos): $460 
• 32 pages (up to 80 photos): $320        • 48 pages (up to 120 photos): $480 
• 34 pages (up to 85 photos): $340        • 50 pages (up to 125 photos): $500








• 20 pages (up to 50 photos): $200  
• 22 pages (up to 55 photos): $220  
• 24 pages (up to 60 photos): $240 
• 26 pages (up to 65 photos): $260  
• 28 pages (up to 70 photos): $280  
• 30 pages (up to 75 photos): $300  
• 32 pages (up to 80 photos): $320 
• 34 pages (up to 85 photos): $340 
• 36 pages (up to 90 photos): $360
• 38 pages (up to 95 photos): $380
• 40 pages (up to 100 photos): $400
• 42 pages (up to 105 photos): $420
• 44 pages (up to 110 photos): $440
• 46 pages (up to 115 photos): $460
• 48 pages (up to 120 photos): $480 
• 50 pages (up to 125 photos): $500

 An 8x11-inch album starts at $200 for 20 pages; add $20 for each additional two-page spread, up to 50 pages.
We also offer parent albums, which are smaller (6.25x8-inch) versions of the full-sized client albums
and range in price from $150 to $200 (depending on page length).


 
    

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