I am loving shooting these bachelorette sessions in Las Vegas, NV!
How do they work?
Bride and/or bridesmaids contact me here: firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know when they will be in town. We go over their schedule.. usually it’s nights filled with dinner, shows, dancing. I plan on meet you as soon as you and your group are all dolled up before a dinner, a show, or both! You choose whether you want a 30,60, or 90 minute session.. some times they can go up to 2 hours depending on how many images you want and locations. The typical session is 1 hour.
If you are organizing a bachelorette party, these are a great addition. There are some cases where every bridesmaid pitches in, and you get this awesome, memorable session that guarantees photos while you’re looking your absolute best, and it allows you to put away your cell phones for the rest of the trip! The galleries are emailed within a week from the session and all the images are in high resolution.
Where do you shoot/Where won’t you shoot?
I will shoot just about anywhere outdoors in Las Vegas. For these sessions, the best places to meet are obviously on the strip – Las Vegas Blvd. We can meet outside the Cosmo, the Mandalay Bay (if you want that iconic Welcome to Las Vegas sign, it’s across the street from MB), Caesar’s Palace, the Flamingo (all that extra pink popping in the background) or even the famous Bellagio fountains. From the meeting spot we wander LV Blvd because I shoot mostly candids. Lots of fun, walking shots with you and your best girls! I cannot shoot inside casinos and at any shows. Yes, I’ve been asked to follow girls in to Magic Mike before… and even if you bought my ticket, there is no photography in there. Outside brings a much better mood to the images as well, in regards to lighting. I prefer shooting closer to sunset, because once the sun is down, all the photos will have to involve (dun dun dunnnnn) flash photography.
What can we bring?
You can bring just about any* props… after all, this is Vegas! Many of these sessions start off with a bottle of champagne (or two), some cute champagne flutes and tiaras, flower crowns, etc. You’re allowed to drink on the strip, but that’s completely up to you and your group. We can certainly get some great photos without alcohol, and I don’t advise drinking too* much during the shoot, you want to look like you’re having fun in the photos, not getting drunk. (Unless you do?) Just my two cents.
Here are some samples from some of my favorite sessions this year! For any more questions and to view more galleries, feel free to email me!
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