Planning an intimate wedding with up to 50 guests, in the Pacific Northwest or abroad? My wedding package includes up to 6 hours of coverage, 800 edited images and 5 framed 20x30 prints.
If you’ve decided to skip the traditions and get married your own way - I’m here for you. My elopement packages include up to 7 hours of coverage, 800 edited images, access to all my guides and resources on how to plan your elopement from A to Z.
You don’t need a big, special occasion to celebrate each other and document your relationship. For couple sessions we do as much exciting planning as we want, run away into forests, go for hikes, chill at the beach and have a great time.
I. Are the travel expenses included in your packages or covered additionally?
If you’re getting married in the Pacific Northwest region, there will be no travel expenses applied to your package. Any other locations within US or abroad are discussed and confirmed individually.
II. What if we want something more extreme for our elopement (hiking, diving, etc)?
No activities and locations are off the table. I’m an avid hiker, and used to climbing up hills and clifs to get that perfect shot or beautiful light. If you have a more extrem or unusual idea for your elopement, I’d love to hear it and see how we can bring it to life. The more details you share, the better we can plan it.
III. We want to include our dog into the elopement ceremony and photos, is that okay?
More than okay, it’s an absolute must! Including your furry family members makes for such beautiful and fun memories. We can try to include your dog into the actual wedding ceremony, as well as the formal family portraits.
IV. How long does it take to recieve the photos after the elopement and how will those be delivered?
Around 2 weeks after your elopement you will receive an online gallery with up to 40 photo highlights, that you can share with family and friends, post on social media, etc. Two months after that you will receive the entire photo collection as well as instructions on how to order prints, choose photos for an album, etc.
V. Do we need a wedding officiant for our elopement? If yes, can you recommend one?
There’s no wrong or right answer here. Some couples choose to tie the knot legally on their elopement day, others only do it for the photos and take care of the legal paper work before/after. Depending on where you plan to get married, I can definitely share a few recommendations of officiants I’ve worked with before, who are available for travel.