It’s always an Honor to sponsor Hospice of Washington County

— 01/29/2024 by Monika Wertman —

Sponsoring Hospice of Washington County

In 2014 we began our relationship with Hospice of Washington County with a Last Wish project and since then we have captured many things for this wonderful, local organization. From Last Wish projects to groundbreaking ceremonies, headshots and fundraising events, we love preserving important events for Hospice. One of our favorite events is the annual Celebrity Waiter Gala. This event is like none other in our community. We have captured it from the beginning and we never quite know what surprises await us on the night of the main event.

The uniqueness of this fundraiser can bring anything from impromptu dancing and singing to comical routines to life and we are there to capture it in both still photography and video.

Over the last few years our coverage has grown to create short promo videos for the celebrity waiter teams, helping to raise funds ahead of the big night. Themes have run the gamut from Phantom of the Opera, 1950’s sock hop, Barbie and the Adams Family to fairytales and beach adventures. In 2023 Grease was the theme chosen by CNB Bank, one of the celebrity waiter teams. They did such a good job promoting it on social media that our video won the most likes, earning that team a trophy during the fundraiser.

Click on the photo below to check it out.

We can’t wait to see what themes will be picked for this year’s event!

Check out our videography page to find out what all we can cover.


Styling Tips: How to Choose the Perfect Outfit for Your Senior Photo Shoot

— 03/10/2023 by Monika Wertman —

Senior photoshoots are an exciting adventure.

It’s the perfect opportunity to showcase your unique style and personality while capturing memories that will last a lifetime. But with so many outfit options available, it can be daunting to choose the perfect look. In this article, we’ll explore expert styling tips to help you choose the perfect outfit for your senior photo shoot.

Understanding the Theme and Setting

Before selecting your outfit, it’s essential to understand the theme and setting of your photoshoot. The theme may be formal or casual, and the setting may be outdoors or indoors. Understanding these factors will help you select an outfit that complements the overall vibe of your photoshoot. For example, if your senior session is outdoors in the fall, consider wearing layers and warm tones to complement the natural surroundings.

It’s also important to consider any props that you will use during your session. For example, if you’re taking photos with a vintage car, you may want to wear an outfit that complements the car’s style and era. By understanding the theme and setting, you can select an outfit that complements the overall aesthetic of your session.

Choosing the Right Colors and Fabrics

When selecting your outfit, consider the colors and fabrics that will complement your skin tone and body type. If you have a warm skin tone, consider wearing earthy tones like olive, rust, or mustard. If you have a cool skin tone, consider wearing jewel tones like emerald, sapphire, or ruby. When selecting fabrics, consider the texture and weight of the material. For example, lightweight fabrics like chiffon or cotton are perfect for a summer session, while heavier fabrics like wool or velvet are ideal for a fall or winter session.

Dressing for Your Body Type

Selecting an outfit that flatters your body type is crucial for feeling confident and comfortable during your senior session. If yours is an hourglass figure, consider wearing a fitted dress or high-waisted pants to accentuate your curves. If you have a pear-shaped figure, consider wearing an A-line dress or skirt to balance your silhouette. It’s important to select an outfit that makes you feel comfortable and confident, regardless of your body type.

Think about the neckline and length of the garment you are pondering. If you have a shorter torso, choose a V-neckline to elongate your frame and if you have longer legs, consider wearing a knee-length dress to balance your proportions.

Accessorizing with the Perfect Shoes and Jewelry

Accessories can enhance your outfit and add a personal touch to your senior photos. When selecting shoes, consider the terrain of the session location. If you’re taking photos in a park or on a beach, consider wearing comfortable flats or sandals. If you’re taking photos in a more formal setting, consider wearing heels or dress shoes. It’s important to select shoes that are comfortable and complement your outfit.

When selecting jewelry, consider the neckline of your outfit. If you’re wearing a high neckline, consider wearing statement earrings or a bracelet to draw attention to your face. If you’re wearing a low neckline, consider wearing a necklace that complements the neckline. Select jewelry that complements your outfit without overwhelming it.

Hair and Makeup Tips for Senior Photoshoots

Consider using a professional for hair and make-up, since both are important factors during your senior session. It’s important to select hairstyles and makeup that complement your outfit and personal style. Consider the weather conditions and the overall vibe of your session before deciding on your hairstyle. If you’re taking photos outdoors on a windy day, wearing your hair in a sleek ponytail or a low bun may be the best option. Loose curls and open hairstyles will suit just fine on a calm day or for indoor pictures.

Make-up should be a bit more accentuated for your session as you will be lit by a combination of artificial and natural light. Stay away from shiny finishing sprays as they will make you look greasy in your photos and instead choose a matte finishing spray and matte lip colors. Your make-up look should compliment your outfit choices as well.

Tips for Guys: What to Wear for Senior Photoshoots

When selecting an outfit for your senior session, consider your personal style and the overall vibe of your photo shoot. If you prefer a more casual look, consider wearing a fitted t-shirt or a button-down shirt with jeans or khakis. If you prefer a more formal look, consider wearing a suit or blazer with dress pants.

It’s important to select an outfit that complements your body type and personal style. If you have a lean build, consider wearing slim-fit clothing to accentuate your frame. If you have a stockier build, consider wearing looser-fitting clothing to balance your proportions.

Tips for Girls: What to Wear for Senior Photoshoots

Consider your personal style and the overall vibe of your photo shoot as you choose your outfits for the session. Love a casual look, consider wearing a fitted t-shirt or a flowy sundress. If you prefer a more formal look, consider wearing a cocktail dress or a maxi dress.

Creating Multiple Outfits for Different Looks

If you’re unsure of which outfit to wear for your senior session, consider creating multiple outfits for different looks. You can select outfits that range from casual to formal or outfits that showcase different aspects of your personality. By creating multiple outfits, you can add variety to your session and capture different aspects of your personal style.

When creating multiple outfits, consider selecting pieces that can be mixed and matched. For example, a statement jacket or a pair of shoes can be worn with multiple outfits to create different looks.

Conclusion: Final Thoughts and Recap of Tips

Your senior photoshoot is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to showcase your unique style and personality. By following expert styling tips, you can select the perfect outfit that complements the theme and setting of your photoshoot. From selecting the right colors and fabrics to accessorizing with the perfect shoes and jewelry, there are many factors to consider when choosing the perfect outfit. By selecting an outfit that flatters your body type and makes you feel confident and comfortable, you can create memories that will last a lifetime.


Event Photography

— 01/12/2021 by Monika Wertman —

Here are a few tips on why you should hire a professional photographer to capture your special occasions.

Hiring the right photographer is of utmost importance if you want to preserve those moments for eternity.


Events are expensive, we get it. It all adds up, the dress, the venue, the food, the DJ, and then there is the photographer.


Events are budget heavy, and entertaining your guests well is often one of the top priorities on a family’s list. We have shot events, large and small for several years now and have talked to countless families, hearing the “our budget is limited” argument all the time.


Here is the thing: We understand that, but you can save money on food and your guests will not mind. Save money on linens, no-one will care. Play bad music, your guests may notice, but they will survive. Hire a bad or inexperienced event photographer and end up with bad images and you face regrets for a lifetime.

As a photography team, we work with families at every stage of their lives. One of the biggest complaints we hear a lot during consultations is: “We should have spent more money on our event photographer and hired a professional with experience; it is the biggest regret we have.”


You will also find that capturing a special event is quite different than capturing baby pictures or family moments. It takes a special eye to capture events and the willingness to move all day long and pay attention to all that is going on. Special Occasions are marathons for a good, experienced event photographer. We are constantly on the ball, missing nothing.


It is one of the reasons we charge what we do.

Lastly, don’t just have your Aunt or friend shoot your event. Just invite them, treat them as you will all of your other guests, and pay for a good photography studio for your special occasion. Your event is special, treat it that way!

Regrets are no fun.

Budget for photography, budget generously, and you will have no regrets! Let’s get you on the schedule for the consultation!


Exciting news from one of our preferred Vendors – The Maryland Theatre

— 12/07/2020 by Monika Wertman —

Exciting news from one of our preferred Vendors – The Maryland Theatre

The Maryland is here to assist every couple on their big day with our grand event spaces including the historic auditorium, Ballroom, Cocktail Lounge and Grand Lobby.  Each event rental includes an event manager; setup, and tear down of all in-house inventory (tables, chairs, stage, mobile bar, etc.); and technical assistance.  The Maryland Theatre holds its own liquor license and bartending staff.  Through our partnerships with local service providers, The Maryland Theatre can help connect brides and grooms with florists, caterers, photographers, bakers, officiants, bands, and DJs.

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Popular Wedding/Reception Combinations
Grand Lobby (wedding) • Ballroom* (reception)
Historic Auditorium (wedding) • Ballroom* (reception)
Ballroom* (wedding) • Cocktail Lounge or The View Studio (cocktail hour) •  Ballroom* (reception)


*The Bridal Suite (dressing room) is included with all wedding Ballroom rentals.


The Maryland Theatre has created small packages to support smaller, COVID-friendly events:

Intimate Weddings – Celebrate one of the most important days of your life with the people who matter most to you. Intimate Wedding Package at The Maryland Theatre allows you to maximize your budget without minimizing the experience. You’ll be able to keep the entire celebration, but on a much smaller scale (saving more money for that ultimate honeymoon)!


Vow Renewals – Celebrate your marriage and let the world know you would do it all over again! The Maryland Theatre is offering an opportunity to reaffirm your commitment to one another with a Vow Renewal Celebration. Make a lasting memory inside the crown jewel of Western Maryland.


To setup a private tour or inquire about event spaces The Maryland Theatre Performing Arts Center – visit mdtheatre.org or contact Events Manager, Melissa Fountain, at msf@mdtheatre.org/301-790-3500 x101


Tips and Tricks from our preferred Vendors

— 11/09/2020 by Monika Wertman —

We will bring you some tips, tricks and ideas for events from our preferred vendors over the next few months.  One of the months will include some tips from us.  The idea here is to tell you a few things you may not know about each vendor and to give you some ideas for parties large ad small.

First up is Leiter’s Catering in Williamsport, MD.  they are all wonderful to work with and have lots to offer for any event.

Here are a few things inter own words:

Fall is here and the days are flying by…it is never to early to start thinking about your holiday parties!


Leiters’ Fine Catering has many sanitary and safe options for Off Premise Catering. We can drop off Boxed Meals at the office, deliver and set-up the meal in your office leaving you and your staff to serve each other, or we can set-up the meal stations and serve your staff directly in your own office space or conference room. Feature a themed meal or your favorite holiday foods from our extensive menu!


Leiters’ Fine Catering also has their own, newly renovated, event space located in Williamsport, Maryland. Not only is the health department approved kitchen on site here, but the banquet hall is spacious, leaving plenty of room for social distancing! If you would like to set-up a tour of the Williamsport Banquet Hall, call the office at 301-223-7070 for available dates and times!


Not only do we offer delicious catering, we offer our years of expertise in the event industry for event coordination. With creative menus, professional staff, and elegant décor; we take event planning to the next level with our 3 different Event Planning Packages. To learn more about these packages call the office today! We can help with ALL events, big or small!


25% off your Senior Session Fee during July 2020

— 07/09/2020 by Monika Wertman —


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Are you ready for the most unique SENIOR PICTURES?

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Book your session before July 31, schedule it later.

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Check out our senior’s page here.

Ready to have fun capturing great photos of all that makes you special?

Fill out the form below to find how to take advantage of this special offer!


Avoid Wedding Stress

— 05/05/2020 by Monika Wertman —

Avoid Wedding Stress leading up to your Wedding Day by hiring the Right Professionals for the Job.

You have been planning for your wedding since you were a little girl.  In your mind, the day features blue skies with just a dappling of puffy white clouds, your hair and make-up is flawless and the entire day runs smoothly and exactly as you planned for years.  Every family member is happy for you and your bridesmaids are the best and most helpful friends you can imagine.  Everything goes to plan.

Over the years of capturing these happy occasions I can tell you that something will go awry.  Plan for it, because it will happen. I have seen anything from the DJ arriving 5 minutes before the ceremony was supposed to start, making everything run 30 minutes late because he needed time to set up, to the bride realizing that no-one knew where the flowers are, so a last minute pick up had to be arranged.  We have captured an outdoor wedding that was supposed to be perfect and held by a pond with the bride arriving in an open, white, horse-drawn carriage that turned into a rained out indoor event, and a wedding a bridesmaid missed because she found herself in labor a month earlier than expected.  These are just 4 examples of minor to more upsetting incidents that can happen and the bride did not plan for.  From missing rings to a wedding license that had been placed in a random spot to a virus which led to postponed weddings so everyone attending would stay healthy, our brides who have dealt with these issues have risen above it all to still celebrate a wonderful day.  You ask how?

The answer is simple:  Each bride surrounded herself with a wedding party who cared and helped her through the disappointment of the rainy day, found the missing rings and license and sent someone to pick up the missing flowers. ​In the case of the postponed weddings, each of our brides had decided to hire professionals who helped her through the stress of rescheduling it all by making it as easy as possible for her.

In short, a great team by your side makes all the difference in the world.

It is important to have a team by your side for many aspects of your wedding day, including a selection of professionals, with experience in their chosen field of expertise and in particular weddings.  It all begins shortly after you get engaged.  If you are a planner, you will schedule your wedding at least one year out from the time your beloved other half asked you for your hand in marriage.  You may attend a bridal show or two to meet wedding vendors and begin to make a list of those you want to interview and get to know better.  At the top of this list you will either place your venue or your photographer.  Next in line is your bridal salon to pick your dress, then the caterer and florist and a bakery for your cake.  Some venues offer all inclusive packages for space, food and cake, some even have preferred florists they work with.  In most cases you make these choices separately from each other.  Somewhere in this mix you will also need to decide on music and who to hire for that aspect of your day.

We recommend the following order of importance, based solely on how quickly these vendors book up and become unavailable:

  1. Venue, this may be your church for the ceremony and a venue for the reception, or a venue to hold both the ceremony and reception.
  2. Photographer, we are in high demand and generally book out at least one year in advance unless you are looking at a Friday evening wedding.
  3. Bridal Salon to pick your dress, this is a fun process and alterations can take up to 6 months.
  4. Caterer, many caterers book weddings and events well in advance.
  5. Bakery, cake orders will generally need to be placed 3-6 months in advance, especially if your sights are set on a very popular bakery.
  6. DJ, 3-6 months in advance is a good measure for a DJ as they work with all sorts of events and not all of them have more than one employee.
  7. Florist, 3-4 months in advance is usually enough time to secure a florist.
  8. Hair Salon and Make-up Artist.  If you are planning on having your hair and make-up done professionally for your big day, these services need to be secured about 4-6 months ahead of time as well.  Ask if they will come to you, not all salons offer this little extra and even if they do, they may charge additionally for the service.



I gave you this list as a guide to go by to decide what consultations to schedule as soon as you have set a date and which can wait a bit.  Number one and two are interchangeable depending on your flexibility of importance for either one.  1-6 are an important part of the team of professionals who can make or break your day and why you need to choose them carefully.

I want to point out that it is imperative that you insist on meeting with all parties you consider hiring, in person.  Face to face consultations will give you a good impression on how well you will work with each vendor.  Your wedding day is a once in a lifetime occasion and choosing any of the vendors over the phone can lead to disaster.  If a vendor is ready for you to hire them over the phone, insist on meeting in person.  If you live a fair distance away, a Skype consultation is a good second option.  Let’s dive into what questions to ask to help you vet your prospective vendors beyond the first impression and the cost of their services.  Remember that the old adage of “you get what you pay for” is always true.  If your budget is tight, prioritize by importance, not by how much each service costs.

The venue is an obvious important choice to make, a gorgeous place will make for great photos.  Beyond the visual implications, some other important issues need to also be addressed.  Consider asking the venue’s consultant the following:

  1. Where can my groom and I get ready?  (Most venues and churches have bridal and groom suites, special rooms set aside for this purpose.)
  2. Who will my point of contact be leading up to the big day and day of?
  3. Will my officiant and photographer be able to talk to you in person and see the grounds and facility before the wedding?
  4. What does the rental fee include? If food is included, ask if you may bring in your own caterer instead.
  5. Do we have a choice of a plated dinner or a buffet?
  6. Do you offer a payment plan?
  7. Will you take care of decorations or do I need to do that?
  8. Do you provide table decor, such as linens, plates, glassware and flatware?
  9. How early can the wedding party arrive on the day of the wedding and when do we need to leave?
  10. Who is in charge of clean-up?
  11. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

The photographer is one of the most important vendors, if not the most important vendor for your wedding.  Your wedding day only happens once, none of the moments can be recreated and your photographer needs to be able to capture them all without fail.  While you may be able to glean some of the information from the Photography Studio’s website, consider asking the photographers you are meeting with the following:

  1. What does your starting package/collection include?
  2. Can I have price lists for items not included in the packages/collections so we can plan our budget accordingly?
  3. Will you have more than one photographer capturing my wedding?
  4. What role does each photographer play the day of my wedding?
  5. Will you help me prepare a time line?
  6. Do you have recommendations on the flow of my wedding day?
  7. Are you comfortable with pets? (if you plan on using your dog in the wedding ceremony)
  8. Can I send you sample images I would love for you to capture?
  9. Do you want a list of family members we want photos with?
  10. Will you meet with my other vendors and scout the wedding venue?
  11. How often will we be in touch between the signing of the contract and the wedding day?
  12. Do you offer a payment plan?
  13. How much is the down payment and when does it need to be paid?
  14. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

A good and conscientious professional photographer who is experienced in capturing weddings will love that you are this detailed and will be in touch with you throughout the time in between signing the contract and your wedding day.

The Bridal Salon also finds itself on the top of the important vendor list for obvious reasons.  Picking your gown will be a fun experience if you choose the right salon for you. Here are some tips on how to choose and what questions to ask:

  1. Am I able to browse without an appointment?
  2. Is the staff friendly and courteous, not matter what your body type is?
  3. Does the salon have a variety of dress sizes on the floor to try on?
  4. How long are appointments?
  5. How big of an entourage may I bring with me to the dress appointment?
  6. How long will dress alterations take?
  7. Am I bound to the alterations department of the boutique/do I have to use the seamstress who is recommended?
  8. Do you offer a payment plan?
  9. Do you offer discounts to my wedding party if we purchase those gowns in the same boutique?

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The Caterer finds him/herself among a lot of competition, and it ultimately comes down to your budget, taste in food, and the overall theme of your wedding, on who you choose.  If you want to support a local, home grown business you need to find out how many years they have been catering weddings.  Local eateries are fantastic, but not all of them cater and may not have the right tools to do so or the required experience to cater a larger event such as a wedding.  Beyond those thoughts, consider asking some of the following questions:

  1. What is the cost per person?
  2. How much is the down payment and when is it due?
  3. Will you provide staff to help with set-up and break down.
  4. How much does set-up and break down cost if it is not included in the food price?
  5. Do you provide flatware and silverware?  (You may or may not need this depending on your venue).
  6. How many staff members will you provide for service during the event?  What is the cost?
  7. Do you have an off premise liquor license?
  8. How much do you charge for liquor per person and type of alcohol.
  9. If we hire you for our food, but want to buy our own liquor, are you able to serve it?
  10. Do you offer a desert option that would supplement our wedding cake?
  11. Do you bake cakes?
  12. Are you prepared to serve our cake and do you know how to cut it?
  13. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

The Bakery for your wedding cake or cupcakes will have their creation featured in your wedding photos.  This special center piece of your day needs to not only be delicious but also pleasing to the eye. Take advantage of bridal shows and try a few samples.  When you make an appointment to schedule a tasting, consider asking the following questions:

  1. How big of a cake do you recommend for x number of guests?
  2. I want to do cupcakes and a small wedding cake, how many flavors can I pick?
  3. Will you provide trays and displays for the cupcakes and our cake? If so, will you pick it up from us or do we need to get it back to you and when?
  4. Do you deliver the cake the day of our wedding or do we need to pick it up?
  5. Does the price of the cake include delivery?
  6. Do you offer gluten free cakes?
  7. How much is the down payment and when is it due?
  8. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

​The above set-up is from the wedding of a nurse and a fireman.  I loved the cute figures on the main cake.  Some bakeries are very creative when it comes to cake toppers.  This cute set was completely edible.

The DJ will add a fun element to your wedding if you hire the right person for the job. Here are some tips about what to look for:

  1. How responsive is the DJ you contact?
  2. What kind equipment will he or she provide, i.e. lights, how many speakers, microphones for speeches, etc.
  3. What is included in the fee?
  4. How flexible is the music selection offered?
  5. Is the DJ able to meet special requests for your wedding day, i.e. the bridal song, your entry to the reception music, first dances.
  6. Will you be able to have your theme accommodated?  (We shot a wedding at a ball park last year and the entry music had overlays of a personalized baseball announcement for each person and pair of the bridal party.)
  7. Will guests be able to make requests?
  8. How much is the down payment and when is it due?
  9. Is the DJ willing to meet and talk to your photographer and coordinate your timeline.
  10. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

The Florist is delivering another visual aspect to your wedding that will be captured in many of your photos and featured in some. You should consider meeting with a couple of florists in person to discuss what you are looking for and gauge their creativity by asking leading questions such as below:

  1. I would like to reflect the season of our wedding in my flowers, what do you recommend?
  2. Do I have to choose flowers or can you make arrangements from greenery and succulents?
  3. Do you work with fresh flowers only or can I incorporate dried flowers?
  4. Can I order my bridal bouquet and boutonnières but loose flowers for my bridal party?
  5. Do you deliver and what is the cost for that?
  6. What does the cost of bouquets depend on?
  7. When do I need to order everything and what is the down payment?
  8. Do you offer payment plans?
  9. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees?
  10. If we have to reschedule during a different season, can we change the floral arrangements we originally ordered?  (these are valid concerns in our current state.)

The Hair Salon and make-up artist complete the list of professionals generally hired for a successful wedding day.  You are the star of your special day along side of your partner, and both of you will be in a lot of  pictures.  Your wedding day will be exhausting and professional hair and make-up will last all day if you hire the right salon to add to your team. Your first instinct may be to hire your usual stylist to do the job.  Before you do, find out how many weddings this salon has done.  Do they specialize in special occasions or do they focus more on cutting and styling hair? Here are a few things to ask:

  1. I would love to have you take care of my wedding party and myself on my wedding day, will you be able to handle (insert your bridal party number) of us?
  2. Do you travel to our location?  What is the cost involved?
  3. Will you bring more than one stylist?
  4. How many trials does my bridal hair and make-up include?
  5. How much time do we need, to get all of us ready?
  6. I want my photographer to capture some of our getting ready time, are you comfortable with that?
  7. What types of hair are you comfortable with?  (This question is especially important if your bridal party is a mix of ethnicity as most salons have a mix of talent they can draw from and need to know who to send to you to give you the best results.)
  8. I am not comfortable with heavy make-up as I do not wear it often, but I realize I need to have some as I will be in a lot of pictures, will you be able to help make me feel beautiful without overdoing the make up?
  9. I want matte finishing spray to set my bridal make-up, is that something you can do?
  10. Finally, ask hair related questions, especially if you are going to a salon where they have never done an updo for you.  Trials are important, as your hair needs to hold all day and maybe exposed to adverse weather.
  11. What is the process if we need to reschedule our wedding?  Do you charge rescheduling fees? (these are valid concerns in our current state and unprecedented.)

Here at Wertman Photography we are in unchartered waters concerning the current crisis, but well experienced with weddings as we shot a great number of them over the years.  We, like many others, were faced with our spring and summer brides who had to postpone their weddings this year and we worked with each couple to make sure they did not have to worry about their images.  Each vendor will have different challenges when it comes to rescheduling, so ask that question.  We do not know how long this virus will affect our nation and our every day lives.  It is best to be prepared and have everyone on one page and on your side.

I hope you can use these tips to help you find the right professional wedding team for your personality. Remember to prioritize what is the most important aspect of your wedding day outside of marrying the love of your life and budget accordingly.   Please call with any questions you have for me and my team of photographers and I will will do my best to help.   I would love it if you decide to include us in your special day.

Check out our wedding gallery on this site and email us to set up a consultation to find out more.