Congratulations, you lucky thing! You’ve found someone awesome enough to share your life with. Your whole life and everything in it. This. Is. Huge. Take a second to feel smug about it. Ready? Now we celebrate.
Your wedding will be the celebration of a lifetime. Whether you decide to go all out and have a full day shoot, or you prefer an intimate celebration with close friends and family, I am SO here for you. I can’t wait.
So, how will your wedding photoshoot go? My full day wedding shoot includes preparations, ceremony, wedding couple portraits, group portraits and the evening reception. I’ll be right there with you to capture every smile and every tear. I’m an experienced professional, and you won’t even notice I’m there.
You don’t have to book a full day session. My Ceremony & Portraits package covers just that and includes 2-3 hours of my time. So, whether you’re marrying in the town hall or you have an intimate location that’s special in your heart, I will make sure you’ll never forget a single second.
We’ll meet to talk about your day beforehand so you’ll have the chance to let me know exactly what you want. So, let’s tick “find the perfect wedding photographer” off the to-do list. Next!
Information on my Wedding Sessions
Full Day Session
Full day coverage Includes: Candid shots of your preparations The ceremony Portraits of the couple Group portraits of friends and family The evening reception
Ceremony & Portraits Session
2-3 hours Includes: The ceremony Portraits of the couple Group portraits of friends and family
All your photography session questions answered
This is Finland! It’s always a possibility. I’ve shot many weddings in all weather and we’re going to create some magic no matter what the conditions.
Reach out to me the contact form on this website, and we’ll discuss exactly what you need from your wedding coverage.
“I loved our pictures, thank you for capturing those moments for us - it was a beautiful day, night and actually the whole weekend was magical! It felt special to have something extra and really stop to celebrate that day through photography.”