As a destination wedding photographer, one of my favorite type of weddings are destination. There is nothing like shooting a wedding while having to travel to capture it. Destination weddings are hard work, require more time from my end — I like to help my couples with the logistics and timelines, but they usually are a dream come true for myself as well as the client. As a destination wedding photographer, my job is to work closely with the couple to make the traveling part easier. I also like to make sure I have a few extra locations to take my couples to for photos.
Although you might love the idea of a destination wedding, you might want to consider eloping. Eloping in these times where we are facing pandemics will be your go-to in case you want to get married like yesterday! Want to know if eloping is right for you? If covid-19 has affected you financially, you want to keep your wedding under ten guests. If you also want to save your money for the honeymoon, or simply want to be cautious and enjoy the now… Eloping should be at the top of your list. First, you will want to set a budget, then hire a planner and set a date. Make your ten to fifteen person list and lastly hire me!
Meanwhile, enjoy the imagery of this gorgeous spring themed destination wedding. Lorraine + Aymeric’s wedding day was nothing short of PERFECT! Their wedding day was held at The White House in Redding, California –Happy Scrolling!
Are you having a destination wedding? Let’s get in touch today! Say hello and text (754) 300 6925 for a free consultation today!
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