- The amante's
Once I receive your contact form, I'll reach out to get more details and send over my wedding or elopement pricing guide. After you have time to go over the guide, I'd love to hop on a call and chat about your big day. If we decide, it would be a good fit we will move forward with a completed contract and get your wedding date on the books!
Absolutely! I love traveling especially to places I've never been. There are so many places out of the country that are on my bucket list to shoot a wedding at.
Do you travel out of the country?
First let's get on the phone and chat! After that, if you'd like to move forward, I require the booking fee + a completed contract in order to lock in your date.
How do we book you?
Galleries are all digital. You'll get access along with a download PIN to download the photos. You are free to share the album with whomever you'd like.
HOW ARE THE PHOTOS DELIVERED?
My current stated turnaround time is 4-8 weeks. All weddings receive sneaks within one week of the wedding so you don't have to share iPhone photos on your socials.
how long until we get our photos?
Unfortunately I do not. I strictly specialize in documenting the wedding day of my couples. I will however take couples sessions if it aligns with my travel schedule.
Do you shoot family photos?
No, in fact the majority of my couples that elope opt to not hike. I usually find 4-5 locations that are within walking distance from the road (0-.5 miles) that offer epic views without the exercise.
do we have to hike for our elopement?
No, all costs associated with the wedding are included in the package cost. However, if you decide to have your wedding outside of the United States you will be required to cover the cost of my room for 3 nights.
do you charge extra for travel?
An elopement is a more intimate ceremony with less than 25 guests. Couples that choose to elope have more time during their wedding day that is dedicated to just the two of them. During this time I usually take them all around for pictures in multiple locations.
What is the difference between a wedding and an elopement?