Halloween Wedding Album Giveaway Offer

NH Halloween Themed Wedding

For years now I have been looking to photograph a creative, highly detailed Halloween wedding. I’m excited to announce a fun new promotion to get the word out: a free wedding album for any couple who books a wedding package with me for their Halloween wedding. I’m not looking for just any autumn flavored wedding–I’m looking for a complete Halloween theme!  Creative, fun-loving couples, take note!  I’m thinking undertaker chic with an old Victorian funeral parlor theme, Tim Burton-inspired, vintage 1920s Halloween party, Gothic, macabre, vampires, fog machines, candelabra, you name it. I would LOVE to hear your ideas and see if we might be a great fit. Please feel free to contact me using the “Become a Client” tab at the top and let me know what you’re thinking. If we are creatively a great fit, meaning our styles and vision are similar, and you’re having your Halloween wedding in an awesome and unique location like my other brides (meaning no hotel ballrooms, country clubs, or event centers), let’s talk!

Hosting a Halloween wedding takes guts, and I want to reward your stellar taste by providing you with a gorgeous flushmount heirloom album showcasing every detail of your unique day.

Check out my Halloween Wedding Pinterest board for some creative ideas: http://www.pinterest.com/efollansbee/halloween-wedding-ideas/

What’s up for grabs?  I’ll provide you a free custom-designed wedding album when you book a wedding photography package with me for your creatively stylish Halloween wedding.  The album is a custom designed 10×10 or 12×8, 20-page flushmount album with a variety of cover materials to choose from, valued at $750.

spider and skeleton cupcakes

Obviously, as October dates will be the most popular for Halloween weddings, dates will be filled on a first come, first served basis. No date is held or otherwise promised until a signed contract and nonrefundable retainer fee have been received.  I am based in Southern New Hampshire, and travel to nearby states will be considered on an individual basis, and would be subject to the standard travel fee.