Moonlighting Photography of Las Vegas - Everything you need!Written by Randy Wilson
Nicole Pursell takes pride in her role as one of Las Vegas photographers that maintains a growing list of satisfied customers.
Testimonials from happy customers comment on professionalism exhibited by Las Vegas photographer Nicole and her partner, Summer, and speed with which prints were processed. This Las Vegas wedding photographer knows how to do things right and offers a complete line of photography services, including intimate shots and last-minute adjustments. She can help you make decisions about lighting, setting, and arrangements to get best outcomes for your wedding photography.
Las Vegas photography is a commercial enterprise in this area with many services to choose from, but Moonlighting knows how to personalize and customize your ceremony to make it last forever via delightful images and prints that are captured on film. Any photographer in Las Vegas can take pictures, but only an artist can create beauty, and that is what Moonlighting does. Imagination is a specialty.
As might be imagined, prices vary widely. You can purchase individual 4x6 reprints for $3 each. Thank-you cards are $1 with a minimum order of 25. A 10-page scrapbook that holds 20 4x6’s is $200. A 10”x10” leather-bound coffee table album is $550, with a montage of images on 10 pages. A 12”x16” clothbound costs $400, while medium albums holding between 10 and 20 pages and costing $400 to $600 holds 20 to 40 5x7’s. The large album, with 10 8x10’s and 40 5x7’s, is $800. A custom made scrapbook is available for about $300.
The Cost of Being a BridesmaidWritten by Nancy Tessier
The Cost of Being a Bridesmaid
How much can you expect to pay if you were to accept role of a bridesmaid in a friend or family members wedding?
Before saying yes and accepting this position, there are a few things to consider. Besides time and effort it will take for next eight to twelve months (depending on how far in advance you are asked to stand in wedding), there is also financial obligation involved.
The following is a short list of items you should take into consideration before making that all important decision to include or exclude yourself from festivities.
The bride will most likely expect a specific style of dress and will be instrumental in choosing what you will be wearing. If it’s a lavish wedding and bride has already picked out her gown, that would dictate level of formality and therefore could end up costing you upwards of two to three hundred dollars (or more) for dress alone.
Those satin shoes don’t come cheap! The bride in all likelihood would expect you to wear satin dye able shoes to match dress. Shop around for best deals on shoes and find a retailer who will provide dying service for free or at a reduced rate if entire bridal party makes their purchases through them.
Hats, special brassieres or bustier, pantyhose, hair accessories and jewellery. Normally jewellery is bought by bride as a thank you gift, if not, be prepared to pay for items bride picks out for you to wear.
Hairstyling and accessories:
You may be required to pay for your own hairstyling for wedding day. Unless you already know styles that look best on you, procedure would be same as that of bride. First find a style. Second find a stylist you trust. Third, do a dry run by having stylist try style on you.