I love the idea of a one-stop wedding shop where you can get everything you need in one easy visit. It’s even better if all your choices are amazing. Enter The Wedding Artists Collective. It’s not a shop, but a group of really great photographers, videographers, and invitation designers that have been hand-selected for their uniqueness and quality. Founded by Lisa Raffo, The Wedding Artists Collective is based in NYC, but the artists live and travel everywhere. Here’s a rundown of who you can find there, and their general price range.
NOTE: At first glance, I know these artists’ would have been out of my budget. However, you never know what you CAN/CAN’T get unless you ASK. Tell them what your budget is and see if you are able to work something out.
Photographers currently on their roster:
Photographers at The Wedding Artists Collective start around $5,500-$6,000 and can go up to $10,000 (the cost of Tec Petaja’s all-inclusive two-day package, which includes a second shooter, rehearsal dinner coverage, 12-hour wedding day coverage, final prints, and a custom Good Stock album). Some photographers do offer smaller packages for brides having a more low-key wedding. For example, Brooklyn Photography offers a 5-hour package for $3,500. So call and ask!
Cana Video Production
The WAC’s video option is Cana Productions, which starts at $5,000. This includes a final edited video with original music (all of the music you hear in their videos is written and recorded by them). It also includes a rough 2-3 minute video they create at the wedding and show during the reception, which is usually projected onto a wall.
Ice Cream Social
Custom letterpress invitation suites start at $2,500 for 100 invitations and includes a personalized monogram, wedding invitation, RSVP post card, outer envelope and sticker mailing label.
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P.S.: These posts are NOT paid. I just write about vendors I’ve found that I love!