I thought it was about time to offer a summer sale. Tulsa has been so good to me, and I wanted to give back to the brides in my area by offering a Summer Sale package. The package is all inclusive! It includes the following:
Summer Sale Package:
Up to 7 hours of coverage
Disk of full resolution files
Personal image gallery
$100 print credit
30% off Design Services
Engagement or Bridal Session
1 hour in studio or on location
2 outfit changes (engagement only)
Personal Image gallery
Disk of 10-15 full resolution images
Two 3in x 3in, accordion fold "Brag Books"
This package is priced at $1850
If you need to add things on, like extra time, another photographer or save the date design, I have some "alla-carte" items, but you can email me for all that.
Since wedding season has started I haven't had time to post the exciting engagement sessions I have been busy photographing. I would like to introduce you to Raina and Chip! Their session took place at the weird time in the spring when it was randomly cold a few days after it got really warm. We had a great time taking advantage of the beautiful park while the cloudy day provided soft, beautiful light.
Recently I have added some items to a few packages that I offer. I thought a blog about these new editions might be useful.
Two brag books come with every engagement package I offer. These little two in square books are accordion fold and hold 8-10 photos of you and your love. The books are held closed by a powerful magnet and come with a plastic cover so you can put the little book in your purse, or pocket to easily show off your engagement photos to family and friends.
Flat Page Album:
A 20 page album comes free with every wedding package I offer. It is a free item, and is designed with an opening page that will have you and your loves name as well as the date and location of your wedding. These albums can hold 30-50ish images and open so that the pages lay flat. These albums also provide an easy way to show panoramic images in a stylish way. Each album is wrapped in black leather, and has a silver foil stamp of your names and/or date of your wedding.*
**Upgrades available for more pages ,different style of pages, colors and materials of the cover, ect.
Last Sunday at Weddings of Tulsa we had the best bridal showcase! I brought several samples of wedding favors that I am offering. The matches were a hit, the Andy's Mints were all eaten up, and the cocktail napkins were adored. Check out the photos below of the mock wedding as well as photos of the wedding favors.
Lee and Sarah's wedding was at a beautiful time in Denver, Colorado. Trees were changing, and the weather was crisp and cool. The church they chose was downtown Denver, and the reception was at a beautiful golf course. The wedding planner at the reception let us have two golf carts so we could drive around and take pictures wherever we wanted on the greens. The couple got their own private cart while my assistant and I drove around in ours, with all the equipment on the back of the cart. I should seriously consider getting a golf cart for more wedding shoots ;) Anyway, it was a fun time, and I hope you enjoy these images:
I wanted to share a few of Luke and Kristen's wedding images, the wedding took place in the backyard of a 2 story house, with the recepetion at a church that was only a block away! It was fun to walk from the ceremony to the reception with the bride and groom so we could take some photos in the nook and crannies of downtown Joplin.
Shooting Kurt and Rosey's wedding was such an experience. The Armstrong wedding was technically a themed wedding, the groomsmen were all dressed as famous cowboys, the groom himself, of course is Clint Eastwood in "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" while the grooms brother, and best-man, was dressed as a villain similar to Snidely Whiplash (thus the bride being tied to the railroad tracks at one point, with the groom running to her rescue). Also, I was able to do a photo shoot the day before the wedding as well as photographing on the day of. Included in this post are also the fun engagement photos we took in Vegas at the Neon Sign Boneyard. The shoot was very short, at 4:30pm on the shortest day of the year. It was a bit stressful, to say the least, but I am very happy with the images that came out of the time. Anyway, enjoy!
P.S. I included an adorable picture of the grooms parents near the end, you'll know it when you seen it.
Well, this type of Save the Date is rare for me, but I enjoy designing them with just text every once in awhile. Take a look at this texted based Save the Date for Daniel and Renee