Everything is a little strange at the moment, and we’re all having to learn to adapt. The Covid-19 outbreak might be disrupting things, but life still goes on. We need to take some precautions to keep each other safe, but we can keep going with the important things in life. In fact, some people have found ways to get married even when they’ve been unable to hold the wedding that they had planned.
Love hasn’t disappeared, and people still want to make plans to get married. As a Seattle-Tacoma wedding and elopement photographer, I’ve created a policies plan to continue to safely offer my services to couples getting married. Here are some of the ways I’m making this possible.
My services are still available for outdoor photography sessions once I’m allowed to shoot. Indoor photography sessions, elopements and weddings with groups of all sizes are welcomed. To make things safe for everyone, masks must be worn at all times, and social distancing (keeping a distance of six feet) is required.
For now, all meetings will take place online instead of in person. You can choose to use Zoom, Facetime or Google Meetups to discuss your requirements for a PNW elopement photographer. This limits the amount that we need to meet in person, which helps to protect everyone. It also means you don’t even need to get out of your pajamas if you don’t want to! Even though I would love to meet you in person before your photography session or wedding, video calls are a convenient option that will help to keep us all safe by limiting the need for travel and in-person contact.
Moving forward, there won’t be any rescheduling fees if you need to change your plans. The one exception is if you show up to a session and are ill. If you stay home and reschedule when you’re feeling ill, I can reschedule your session without any extra cost to you. But if you’re feeling sick and you decide to come to your session anyway, we won’t be able to continue with the shoot.
So if you’re not feeling great, the best thing to do is to reschedule and take it easy until you’re feeling better. This policy is designed to help you meet your need for a Washington elopement photographer, even when things are uncertain.
We might have to do things a little differently right now, but it doesn’t have to put a stop to your wedding planning. Even if you’re holding off on getting married until things have changed, you can still plan and get your Tacoma wedding photographer or Seattle elopement photographer booked for the big day. There’s always the option of having a photography session before you get married too. One benefit for eloping is that you can keep your group small, which makes it much easier to stay safe during these times.
If you want to find out more, just get in touch and I’ll be happy to talk about your photography requirements with you.