What You'll Get
Safeguard special memories with today's deal: for $599, you get a four-hour wedding or event photography session, which includes a $250 printing credit and 12 months of online proofing, from Epic Vow Wedding Photography (up to a $1,358 value). A photography consultation is included, and wedding packages include a one-hour, outdoor engagement session. With this deal, Epic Vow Wedding Photography also waives its minimum purchase price of up to $2,000 for summer weddings.
The talented picturesmiths at Epic Vow Wedding Photography capture, edit, and print elegant snapshots to preserve memorable events and celebrations. Photographers meet with each client in person to go over all the shooting details well in advance of the event to ensure shoots are hitch- and hassle-free. Snapping about 100 images per hour, the professionals at Epic Vow Wedding Photography meticulously edit every final image to ensure skin is flawless, colors pop, and composition is balanced.
For customers not planning nuptials, Epic Vow can also document birthdays, anniversaries, or any other engagement you would want to document. Once images are edited, clients can view the online gallery and use their credit to have their favorite stills printed to frame at home or share with distant family members who missed the big day.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. By appointment only; subject to availability. Must contact Epic Vow before 3/5/12 if wedding is more than 1 year away. Valid until 3/5/13. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Epic Vow Wedding Photography
Epic Vow Wedding Photography owner Nicole Daniels carefully pairs members of her shutter squad with engaged couples for wedding shoots befitting each client’s personal style. Photographers snap an average of 100 high-quality digital images during four-hour nuptials and anywhere from 200 to 400 pictures at ceremonies exceeding five hours. Nicole digitally edits the strongest shots herself, ensuring that any facial blemishes, lipstick smudges, or ghostly apparitions are eradicated from final prints. Along with a trio of packages, Nicole preserves colorized and black and white photographs by mounting images on hardboard masonite or canvas, assembling shots in a softbound or wave-accordion album, or creating metallic prints.