Has COVID19 changed your wedding plans? Are you now planning a much smaller event than you had originally thought? Maybe you are just having a few close family members and friends attend your ceremony and then have a bigger reception at a later date? No worries! I can handle your microwedding photography needs in NYC and New Jersey
Since I started photographing weddings 20 years ago, I have captured all sorts of different events. From gala events with over 300 guests that lasted for days to small, intimate wedding ceremonies where it was only the couple, the officiant, and myself (I also served as witness).
Even if it is a microwedding or a minimony, the emotions are still big. I’ve photographed more than a hundred of these types of weddings over the years. We just didn’t have a label like ‘microwedding’.
They were usually called ‘elopements’ or ‘intimate weddings’.
Microwedding Photography Pandemic Safety
Your safety, and that of myself (and my team) are of paramount importance. Rest assured that no one associated with Casey Fatchett Photography will arrive at your wedding if they are in ANY way symptomatic.
In the event that the photographer for your ceremony (whether it is me or one of my associates) is unable to attend for any reason, there will be a photographer at your wedding. You do not have to worrry about that.
Also, myself (and any team members) will be masked and maintain appropriate social distancing throughout your ceremony.
Special Rates for Microwedding Photography in NYC and New Jersey
Through the end of 2020, Casey Fatchett Photography will be offering special rates for microwedding photography in New York City and New Jersey, as well as some areas of the Hudson Valley and Connecticut.
These discounted rates include decreased minimum booking times for weekend events. Normally, I have a four hour minimum booking for weekend events, but we are adapting to the times and bringing that down to a two hour minimum.
Book Your Microwedding Photography Package Today!
Weekend availability for Fall and Winter of 2020 is starting to book up!
Many of the couples who had originally planned to get married this Fall postponed their reception but are now planning a small ceremony on their original date.
Also, now that it appears that it is probably going to be at least another 6 months before we see any real changes with restrictions on events, more and more couples are opting for microwedding ceremonies.
And they started reaching out earlier this month in droves.
So, if you’d like to see more of my wedding photography work, take a moment to look over my galleries.
Or, if you’re ready to talk about your microwedding plans, fill out the form below and we can start working together!