Wedding Photography FAQ & Pricing
For your convenience, my top four most frequently asked questions. If you’d like the “everything you ever wanted to know about this wedding photographer” version, you can visit the extended FAQ here.
How much does your wedding photography cost?
Weddings begin at 4500.
Average elopements are 2000 - 3000.
It’s really hard to pinpoint a price without a conversation about your unique wedding. Experience has shown me that most couples don’t know the amount of coverage they need (and why would you?! I’m the professional!)
My policy is to have a transparent, honest conversation with each couple about their budgets, so please reach out if you just know you’re a “Marlow couple”. Let’s talk. I’m always open to working with great couples.
What’s always included?
High resolution images.
A web page for viewing images and ordering prints.
A full print release.
Reach out via the contact form and I’ll be in touch soon.
How long until we see our images?
If you get married over the weekend, expect to see a sneak peek on Monday or Tuesday (I can’t wait to Instagram any more than you can!)
You’ll have the rest in due time afterward. Never more than eight weeks.
Your album will be ready a few months after delivery of your images, but you can start ordering prints right away.
Why Amber Marlow?
Beyond quality photography, the experience of working with me is unique. I love my clients, and would do just about anything for them!
A personal touch.
You’ll have my real phone number, with access to call or text me any time you have a question. I’ll work with you, and your planner, to create a timeline that makes sense and has your wedding day go exactly the way you want it.
A conscious approach.
If something goes not according to plan - pouring rain, scaffolding outside the cathedral, hair delays because it didn’t come out just right the first time - your wedding photos will still be fantastic.
A whole lotta love.
Emotional intelligence and cultural sensitivity are both huge parts of the work I do. I will lovingly handle rounding up your family, set firm boundaries if others have photography ideas that are contrary to what you’ve expressed are your wishes, and treat all of your friends and family with dignity and respect.
How many images do you deliver?
The best answer is “Enough to tell your story”.
You’ll have more images if you have a lot of family formals, beautiful little details, more time for couple portraits, and/or a second photographer.
You’ll have fewer if your wedding day is intimate or with minimal details.
In addition to my signature coverage, we’ll have a conversation about your wedding day vision, to make sure your priorities are highlighted.