Working With Us

Las Vegas is the Wedding Capital of the World. And we love capturing this exciting day for our clients. We’ve noticed a trend here in Las Vegas. Couples either hire us for the total wedding experience as with Melissa + Josh who were married at the picturesque Parisian Palace. We shot their prep, first looks and the bridal party portraits in that stunning location before the ceremony. During the ceremony, we capture both sides of the aisle and the exchange of vows from the bride + groom’s point of view. And, we photographed the reception, the speeches, the cake cutting, first dance and lots of memorable candid moments.

We ensure our clients have an array of images:  formal portraits, candids, and fun and romantic poses. You will have a balanced portfolio of images, including a few black and white photos. All the photos will be processed during post-production to eliminate blemishes, adjust and correct color. This is the most consuming part of the photography process and is well worth the time and effort. We believe your wedding photos are heirlooms that will be enjoyed for years and by generations to come.

We also work with couples who book chapel package which may include a separate onsite photographer as with Kelsey + Kyle. They hired us to shoot their pre and post ceremony photos. They were just the cutest couple. After the ceremony,  we took them to the strip and placed them in iconic settings like the Welcome To Las Vegas sign, the Bellagio fountain and the decadently lush Wynn garden.

At Bride + Groom, we’ll  accommodate your wedding photography needs, whether it’s a big family affair celebrated over the span of several days or an intimate elopement. We’ll work with you.

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