6 Hours of coverage is generally good for situations where the ceremony and reception are at the same location (like a barn, vinyard, or country club.) This is usually enough time for a few getting ready images, ceremony, family portraits, bridal party portraits, and reception. A first look is sometimes requested in these situations in order to give enough time for the bridal party portraits. Don’t worry, we won’t pressure you to do a first look if you don’t want one.
8 hours of coverage is usually when your ceremony and reception are at different locations and you have time between the two events (like a church wedding and a banquet hall reception.) This is enough time for some getting ready photos, ceremony, family formals, bridal party portraits, reception, and sunset/night-time photo.
10 or more hours of coverage are for situations where you would like the entire day documented. This can include getting ready photos, ceremony, family portraits, bridal party portraits, Reception, sunset/night-time photo, and a final send off (like a sparkler exit, or fireworks.)