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THE BOOKING PROCESS:

Step 1: We talk wedding deets and figure out which package fits you best. I answer all of your questions and let you know just how much I've got your back. (Spoiler alert: This much.)
Step 2: Hopefully, you decide that you love me, you really love me, and I'll send over a contract and invoice for a retainer to make it official. (I mean, I can make it FB official, too, if you're into that!)
Step 3: We can do a facetime call or brunch date to get to know each other a bit more and work out more details for your shoot.
Step 4: Wedding Day! We'll go out to the coast, we'll get together, we'll have a few laughs. (That's a Die Hard reference in case you missed it.)
Step 5: You'll get your photos (3 weeks for portraits, 4 weeks for elopements & weddings) via email in a gorgeous, mosaic online gallery and get to show them off to everyone you know! You can even order prints right from the gallery.
Bonus Step 6: If you add on any albums or tangible product, (which I highly recommend!), we'll work on that together!


AVAILABILITY:

Weddings: Available to book any day of the week
Elopements: Sunday - Thursday
Portrait Sessions: Monday - Thursday (sometimes Sundays)

Photography Policies

PAYMENT POLICY

The retainer is non-refundable and due at the time of your booking. No date is reserved without a contract and retainer!
Retainer and remainder payment amounts/due dates are described under each package section above! 

I am more than happy to customize a payment plan that fits your financial needs, provided that it’s paid in full prior to the event date! Hit me up if this is what you're leaning towards!

Find out more information regarding my terms and policies here.


Destination Wedding Pricing

DESTINATION WEDDINGS

I love to travel! If you’re planning a destination wedding, send me an email for a customized package based on travel and location criteria. info@jessiecaballero.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY PERMITS

If you're planning a shoot in a National Park, State Park, Botanical Garden, or other private and government owned locations, there may or may not be a photography permit and fee required. Any permit fees are to be paid by the client.