What are the essential components of a good wedding photograph? You want photos that will take you back to the moment you started your life with your best friend, for years to come. You want to remember all of the emotions and happenings of that day you worked so hard for--even if you can barely remember your own name from one second to the next on the actual day.
Wedding photos are without a doubt one of the best investments you'll ever make. If done right, they become a little collection of memories that you can look back on with each other--and your family--for years to come. I'm a firm believer that wedding photographs are not just for you - they're for your families, too. These photos are what the people you love will have to look back on years from now - they'll make up the family albums passed down to the next generation, the images that make up geneaology trees. Photographs are a window into who we were for a brief, bright spot of time - showing those most precious to us how hard we loved, when we first started our journey together.
When trusting those memories to a photographer, you want someone who knows what they're doing, and who will take care of you on your special day. I believe in capturing not just moments, but memories on a day so big.
Fill out the form below to get started on pricing, and to let me know more about you! Because weddings can be as simple or as complicated as many relationships, pricing can vary, depending on what your needs are. Some couples want a quick and simple--but memorable!--elopement, and others want to go all-out, putting on an event that friends and family far and wide will remember for years to come. Whichever end of that spectrum that your day falls on, unique and memorable photographs are essential to preserving your day. Thank you so much for your interest - I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Bayou Rose Photography specializes in wedding, family, and documentary style family photography in Southern Louisiana, and surrounding areas including but not limited to Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Prairieville, Gonzales and Lafayette.