I want to photograph your love story no matter where it is in the world. Whether you're looking for a small mountain elopement in Colorado, or an intimate destination wedding, I would be honored to be a part of your day. 

They're Cost Effective.

The affordability of a destination wedding has many couples speeding off to the airport faster than you can say "I do." For instance, a couple can fly to an all-inclusive resort in Jamaica, get married, and stay for a deluxe week long honeymoon for a few thousand dollars, including lodging, meals, drinks, and airfare. Compare that with your average 150-guest wedding costing about $29,000 -- which can easily skyrocket to more than $100,000 in big cities. (Not to mention a few extra thousand for a honeymoon.) -The Knot

 You want to streamline costs (or even, in some cases, save money).

But no one can say it costs more, either. However, it often turns out to be easier to keep costs in check in a faraway locale. Two reasons: One, you’re likely to have a smaller guest list (the biggest way to save $$ on your wedding is to keep the list lean); and two, your choices are less copious than they might be at home. When you’re planning from afar, it all seems exotic and wonderful, so you’re more likely to be happy with the simple clutch of local flowers the hotel provides, whereas at home you’d be visiting a half-dozen florists and being tempted by a more lavish (and pricey) bouquet. -Denise Schipani

IT’S A GREAT EXCUSE TO LIMIT THE GUEST LIST.

The very nature of destination weddings — they require travel, a longer time commitment and hotel stays — gives you the perfect excuse to cut down on an often unmanageable number of invitees. Think the second cousins and office mates will be miffed? You can always throw a postwedding party — complete with plenty of photos — when you get back home. -Huffington Post


IT’S A GREAT EXCUSE TO LIMIT THE GUEST LIST.

The very nature of destination weddings — they require travel, a longer time commitment and hotel stays — gives you the perfect excuse to cut down on an often unmanageable number of invitees. Think the second cousins and office mates will be miffed? You can always throw a postwedding party — complete with plenty of photos — when you get back home. -Susan Moynihan

101 Top Destination Wedding Planning Tips

Even if you're working in a culture that doesn't do formal contracts, draft a letter with the details you've agreed on, and have both you and your pro sign it. You'll have less confusion if there's a discrepancy. -Lisa Milbrand

Trimmed down guest list

One awesome benefit of destination weddings, is that you get to weed out all the unnecessary people.  You don’’t have to invite all your co-workers, third-cousins-twice-removed, or your parent’’s church acquaintances.  And even if you invite them, chances are they won’’t go.

So instead of paying $75-100 per person for 250 of your closest strangers, you enjoy a few days in paradise with your true closest friends and family …plus you save yourself a ton of money. -Cynthia