We believe in the lifelong nature of the sacrament of matrimony. As a Catholic married couple, we seek to love and serve Christ in our couples. We know the power of the sacrament first hand and our goal is to capture beautifully the entire wedding day, but especially the nuptial wedding Mass.
The Catholic wedding Mass is the highlight of the day. This is the whole reason why a couple has chosen to get married in the Catholic Church. The sacrament is the most important thing to both us and our couples. The Catholic weddings vows, the blessing and exchange of rings, the Nuptial blessing and the presentation of flowers to Mary, all of these moments are so filled with grace. We make it a priory to capture the Mass beautifully and respectfully so that our couples can look back at their images and see where it all began.
This day is sacred. It is one that is filled with joy, prayer and so much grace. Having wedding photographers that are faithful Catholics, that understand and respect the Mass is a priceless gift. We would be honored to serve you, capturing the joy and beauty of your wedding day.
As practicing Catholics, we know how important the Nuptial Mass is to our clients so we make it a priority to capture every aspect of the Catholic wedding Mass. Having two photographers helps us to ensure that we capture every moment at a variety of angles. The gallery of images from our Catholic weddings are full of all of the key moments and everything in between!
Here's a list of key shots we capture during every wedding Mass:
• The bride walking down the aisle and the groom's reaction
• The vows and blessing/exchange of rings
• The nuptial blessing during the Our Father
• THE SHOT - aka the couple kneeling during the elevation of the Host
•The couple receiving Holy Communion and praying together
• The presentation of flowers to Mary
• The final blessing and kiss at the end of Mass
- Katie & Robert
We appreciated the way they respectfully and beautifully captured photos of our Traditional Latin Mass and Wedding Rite. They got shots of our wedding that only fellow-Catholics would know we would want, and respected the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass while taking their pictures.
- Katie & Robert
"They got shots of our wedding that only fellow-Catholics would know we would want"
- Maria & John
"They made it easy to relax and focus on enjoying our wedding Mass"
- Catie & Brennan
"I will forever be grateful to everything they did on our wedding day."
- Rose & Patrick
"Shortly after meeting them, we already felt as if we'd known them for our whole lives"
- Rachel & Seth
"Our wedding pictures were exactly what I have always dreamed of"
Yes! We have photographed a wide variety of Catholic wedding Masses including both Solemn High Masses and Norvus Ordo Masses. Each bring their own unique beauty to the wedding day. We love the solemnity of a Traditional Latin Mass and how the couple actually begins Mass already married!
YES! From the start of your inquiry with us we begin praying for you! And we continue to pray for our couples long after their wedding day! It is a unique joy and privilege to our job to get to know so many amazing couples preparing for the sacrament and we lift them each up in prayer as they journey towards Heaven.
We understand the Mass and pray along with your family and friends while we are photographing your day. We have found the the priests and church coordinators are put at ease know that we will respect the Mass and capture it beautifully without being distracting. We can anticipate many of the special moments during your Mass since we are familiar with the schedule and flow of a nuptial Mass. This helps us tell a complete story of your day.
Yes!!! A Catholic marriage convalidation is such a joyful experience for the couple! There is a uniqueness to it and a special grace giving to that family, having their marriage blessed in the Church. We have loved capturing them!
Not a problem! We have photographed those as well and they are still so beautiful. The biggest difference is they tend to be shorter than a full Mass.
We highly suggest checking out Spoken Bride! Their website is filled with many helpful for couples preparing for their wedding. They also have a shop that includes Catholic wedding programs and invitations which are such a great resource! We wish theses were around when we were planning our wedding?
It depends on the travel time between your Church and your reception venue but we usually say you will need a minimum of 9-10 hours of coverage to capture your wedding day!
YES! This is one of Laura's favorite things to help with before the wedding. We will send you a preliminary timeline and then we work with you to tweak it to fit your exact needs. Laura has timelines for weddings with 'first looks' and those without.
- Sarah & Jacob
"Laura and Matthew exceeded our expectations! They captured each moment of our wedding day beautifully! "
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The average couple spends about $5300 on full wedding day coverage. Learn more about full wedding day coverage on our weddings page.