FAQs

Will you shoot my wedding?
I'd love to! Please send me a note at hello@celestenoche.com and let's talk.

What's included in your wedding package?
My wedding package is simple-- it includes wedding day coverage beginning right around the time you're getting ready and wraps up after an hour and a half of dancing. I don't shoot hourly because I want to tell the entire story of the day.  Of course, I'm always happy to customize my coverage for your needs, but this is usually the sweet spot. High res photos will be edited and delivered within 6-8 weeks. 

Do you use a second shooter?
Sometimes, but mostly not. I've found that I'm able to cover what I need shooting alone but if a second shooter is a priority for you, we can make it happen.

How many photos will we receive?
Although this varies depending on the day, I generally deliver around 600-800 photos per wedding.

We're nervous/terrible/awkward in front of the camera. Will it show?
Perhaps it's the photojournalist in me, but I aim to capture people and moments in their most natural environments. I've found that by encouraging settings and interactions that feel more comfortable, you'll feel more at ease to be yourself-- which always translates to genuinely beautiful photos.

We're eloping/having a tiny ceremony/having the wedding you've always dreamed of photographing, can you work with a smaller budget?
You bet. I have special packages for elopements or if you're planning something extra small or extra rad. Let's talk! 

Do you travel for weddings?
YES!


More than anything, I'm driven to tell stories that are personal, beautiful, and true. I love the big hugs and happy tears, but I live for the quiet moments. The nervous hand, the subtle glances, the stolen touches. These are the narrative of your story, the testaments of how it was. 

I believe in balance. On your wedding day, I will be both the quiet observer and the guiding hand. I want to allow moments to happen as they're meant to, but also help the stars align when things aren't going as planned.

In the end, my greatest hope is to capture all 1,000 of your feelings along with the moments that might have blurred right past you. We are friends, after all, and I'm thrilled to share this day with you.