When planning your wedding ask yourself, will this matter on your five year anniversary?  It puts it all into perspective- the many decisions regarding food, favors, flowers, and your wedding photography.  Because your wedding photographs will still hold meaning on your ten year anniversary and they will probably make an appearance on the cake table at your 50th anniversary celebration, this is one of the most important decisions you will make regarding your wedding.  These are your memories, this is your life together, this is something that will live on and be passed down.

Before we go any further there is something you should know

I am not just a wedding photographer. 

I am a storyteller and a memory catcher.  It’s my job to stop your memories in time, preserving them in such a way you can go back to them again and again.  

 If you want someone who will make sure to capture that tear that escapes from your dad’s eye during the father/daughter dance, who doesn’t let that embrace from your new spouse pass without capture, who remembers to take a picture of the tears in your mom’s eyes when you are dancing with your grandfather, then I am exactly who you are looking for. My focus is on the people and emotions that tell the story of the day you start your lives together. I really don’t care about six thousand ultra macro photos of cupcakes (although I do take detail shots), what I care most about is you throwing your head back and laughing, about the happy tears, about the memories.

Please contact me for prices and when you do please include the following information so I can give you up to three packages to choose from, all within your budget. Please email your inquires to kimberlyspins@gmail.com and I will get back to you within 24 hours if not less.

When is your wedding? (really the most important question as there is no need to explore further if I am already booked for your date)

How many hours of coverage do you anticipate needing?

Where is your venue? 

The approximate size of your guest list and wedding party (this helps me decide if you need a second shooter included in your package)?

What is your approximate budget (between xxxx and xxxx)?

What do you want most from your wedding day coverage?