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Wedding Photography

Our Affordable Wedding Prices

Blue Package

N300,000
  • 1 45-page magazine-style leather-bound customized album
  • 1-day coverage (8hrs),
  • 1 Photographer
  • 1 16” by 20” frame
  • 1 year Digital Images on Google drive

Travel and Accommodation allowances apply for coverage outside Lagos state & Nigeria. Please contact us to make other enquiries that are not mentioned above

Red Package

N450,000
  • 2 50 page magazine-style Photo Book
  • 2-days coverage (16hrs),
  • Free Pre-Wedding Photo Session
  • 2 Photographer
  • 2 16” by 20” frame
  • 1 year Digital Images on Google drive

Travel and Accommodation allowances apply for coverage outside Lagos state & Nigeria. Please contact us to make other enquiries that are not mentioned above

Green Package

N600,000
  • 2 50 page magazine-style Photo Book
  • 2-days coverage (20hrs),
  • Free Pre-Wedding Photo Session
  • 2 Photographer
  • 4 16” by 20” frame
  • 1 year Digital Images on Google drive

Travel and Accommodation allowances apply for coverage outside Lagos state & Nigeria. Please contact us to make other enquiries that are not mentioned above

Purple Package

N900,000
  • 2 50 page magazine-style Photo Book
  • 2-days coverage (20hrs),
  • 4 Photographer
  • free Pre-Wedding Photo Session
  • 2 Regular Album (Parent Album )
  • 6 16” by 20” frame
  • 1 year Digital Images on Google drive

Travel and Accommodation allowances apply for coverage outside Lagos state & Nigeria. Please contact us to make other enquiries that are not mentioned above

Wedding Photographer FAQs

When should you hire your photographer?

Sooner is always better when it comes to booking your wedding photographer, especially when you have a specific vendor in mind. If you’re planning to use your engagement photos for your save the dates, book your photographer at least 10 months or more in advance. (Save-the-dates go out four to eight months before your wedding.) The longer you wait, the more likely your favorite photographers are to be booked up, 

How can you find the right photographer?

Wedding photography is a significant investment. That’s why it’s important to thoroughly vet photographers before signing on the dotted line. But how do you find trustworthy wedding vendor reviews? For starters, ask around. “I find most of my work is referral based, either from past couples or fellow vendors,” Millay said. “Don’t be afraid to ask your vendors for their recommendations. They won’t recommend someone they don’t know, trust, and like working with.”

Should you negotiate?

You can try to negotiate with your wedding photographer, but most prices are set in stone. Photographers offer scaled packages at different price points to meet clients where they are and to take the negotiation out of it. Packages factor in fees like editing software, gear, licenses, insurance, and other business items brides and grooms don’t see. For photographers, negotiating could lead to hardly breaking even, or even losing money. Some photographers are willing to work with couples’ budgets on rare occasions, though. Millay says if the bride or groom has been dreaming of working with her but can’t afford her, she’s willing to hear them out. Just know this is the exception, not the norm.

How much should you tip?

Not all brides and grooms tip their wedding photographers, but if you decide to, $50 to $150 is a good range,. “I would say around 50 percent of people tip their vendors,” “Of course, tips aren’t required, but they’re always appreciated.”

What is the typical payment schedule?

Payment schedules vary, but most photographers choose a two or three-payment system. The first payment is the deposit, which is typically due along with the signed contract. This deposit secures your date. With a two-payment schedule, the second payment — the rest of the agreed-upon fee — is due before the wedding. In a three-payment schedule, photographers split that last payment and require clients to pay after the wedding when all images are finished and ready for delivery.