· What if we'd like something that's not already listed in your package?
· Can we print our pictures?
· I'm not local to Denver, and my wedding won't be, either. Can I still book you?
· We love you, but we're on a budget. Is pricing negotiable?
· We need wedding photography, but aren't sure about engagement photos?
· Do both you and Mike photograph together?
Yup! When you book us, both Mike and I photograph together. Each of us has a unique artistic eye and when we put them together, magic happens. Having two photographers adds a variety to the visual storytelling of your day, ensuring that we can cover more ground, more moments, and more opportunities for creativity. On wedding days, for example, Mike usually photographs the groom getting ready, and Mandi photographs the bride. One person can't be in two places at once, of course, so this is just one example of how two photographers gives you the most coverage of your day.
Do both you and Mike photograph together?
Engagement sessions are the perfect opportunity for the four of us to get to know one another. It's so important for our work to get to know you and your partner before we photograph your big day. There's no better way to do that than to spend a day doing something fun together. We can go for a hike, do a food truck tour, hang out at your home with your dog before walking around the farmer's market—we're down for anything, and can't wait to hang!
We need wedding photography, but aren't sure about engagement photos?
We get that! Weddings are a big investment. If you think about it, your photos are the only surviving heirlooms from the day. The music is played, the food is eaten, the decor is taken down, but your photos will be with you forever, so it's important that you're ready to invest in them. However, we would be so sad if money was the reason why you felt you couldn't have the photography you wanted. So if you need to chat about budget, please get in touch! If we're an amazing fit, we're happy to work with you however we can!
We love you, but we're on a budget. Is pricing negotiable?
Heck yes, you can! Mike and I have traveled all over the U.S. to capture love. We love traveling, exploring new places, and being the people who can be there for you, anywhere, to tell your story. Send us a message and let us know your dream destination, in the U.S. and worldwide, and we'll work out a game plan.
I'm not local to Denver, and my wedding won't be, either. Can I still book you?
We hope you do! There's nothing more beautiful than the tangible. Your story isn't meant to be stored on a hard drive or buried in Facebook's archives. We love helping our couples design personalized wedding albums. Mike uses his woodworking skills to craft handmade wooden heirloom album boxes for your book or prints. I could be biased because Mike made my engagement ring box by hand, but his work is so beautiful and one-of-a-kind.
Can we print our pictures?
Remember what we said about no one photography package is going to be perfect for everyone? We meant it! We want to hear all about the details for your dream wedding day, and are happy to work with you to design a wedding or elopement package that best suits you.
What if we'd like something that's not already listed in your package?
The simple difference is in the number of people you want to witness your day. A traditional elopement can be just you and your partner, and up to 10 guests. Think: just your parents, your best friend officiating, your dog and you two. An intimate wedding has 20-40 guests. Couples often choose an elopement or an intimate wedding when they want to say their vows with their loved ones in a meaningful, epic location, in other words, when they want a destination wedding. Couples will often choose an intimate wedding when they want to make their wedding day into a weekend weekend, celebrating with family and close friends.
What's the difference between an elopement
and an intimate wedding?