Wedding Photography Pricing

No Hidden Fees or Costs

Every package includes your final color-corrected digital images.

There are no additional fees or hidden costs to receive your files.

Coverage Includes

  • Wedding photography by Anne Stephenson (vaccinated)
  • 65 -100 photos per hour
  • Photo selection
  • Color correction and consistency
  • Optional sneak peek gallery/social posting
  • 4-6 week gallery turnaround time
  • Private online gallery with convenient download and optional print ordering
  • Full-size color JPG files
  • Full-size selected black and white JPG files
  • Social-media sized files
  • Print-release document
  • Venue/site visit for photo opportunities and lighting (great for backyard weddings!)
  • 30-mile complimentary travel
  • Timeline/planning assistance
  • 3-month file archiving

À la Carte Options

These popular photo options are also available for couples:

  • Additional photographer coverage
  • Engagement portraits
  • Bridal portraits
  • Rehearsal dinner coverage
  • Crystal USB backup drive
  • Multi-day coverage
  • Wait Time
  • Retouching
  • Wedding albums
  • Photo books
  • Fine art prints
  • Wall art
  • Non-disclosure agreement


Elopements and micro weddings (less than 25 people) begin at $745.

Wedding packages start at $1675 and can be customized, even by a half-hour to meet your needs.

50% of the package is due as a retainer to reserve the wedding date.

All packages are subject to applicable taxes (services are non-taxable).

Prices and services may change without notice.

Suggested Hours of Coverage

Depending on your priorities, how many family photos you desire, and the number of hours of your event, you will want to factor your photography into your timeline.

For example, some couples choose not to include the getting ready portion of the day or decide that they would rather have details incorporated into the day vs. a separate shooting time.

Some also opt for a “first look” where both partners see each other before the ceremony. This may be followed by a family photo session. If you’re less about tradition (seeing your partner before the ceremony in their attire) and all about getting to the reception and cocktail hour, this is a great option.

Generally speaking, these are the current Colorado trends:

Micro weddings – 2 to 3 hours coverage

Small weddings – 4 to 6 hours of coverage

Larger weddings – 7 to 10 hours of coverage

If you’re not sure how many hours you need, we can talk through a few scenarios for your photography options.

Contact me today and let’s figure out what works best for you.