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Popular Wedding Photo Package Add-Ons

Black and white editorial photo of a wedding reception party. Wedding photography add-ons image by Jenny Fu Studio

There are a variety of popular wedding photography add-ons that couples can choose from. From engagement sessions to prints and albums, these additional purchases can help make your wedding photos even more special and memorable. Here is a glimpse of each add-on:

Engagement session photo outdoors with nature in the background. Wedding photography add-ons image by Jenny Fu Studio

Engagement Session

An engagement session is a great way to document your love story before the wedding. It is sometimes included in wedding photography packages, but couples can purchase them as an add-on. Couples can use the engagement photos in save-the-date cards and other keepsakes. Engagement sessions typically last for two hours in the couple’s favorite location/s.

Engagement session in the streets of New York. Wedding photography add-ons image by Jenny Fu Studio

Rehearsal or Brunch Coverage

A wedding weekend or destination wedding usually includes a rehearsal dinner and a day-after brunch. This pre and post-wedding event are more laid-back for an intimate gathering with family and friends. So what’s a better way to document the complete wedding experience other than having photos of these joyous events?

Black and white editorial engagement session photo by Jenny Fu Studio


Prints of your favorite wedding photos are a great way to remember your special day. From traditional framed prints to canvas prints, there are various options. Prints can be purchased in packages of three, five, or ten, depending on the photographer’s pricing. Printing your photos on canvas is a great way to make a statement in your home and to have a lasting reminder of your wedding day.

Photo Albums

Photo albums are another popular add-on for wedding photography packages. It is a fantastic way to showcase your wedding photos and a great way to preserve your memories for years to come. Photo albums come in a variety of styles, from leather-bound albums to hardcover albums. The cost of photo albums will depend on the size and style you choose, as well as the photographer’s pricing.

Getting ready photo of the bride. Wedding photography add-ons image by Jenny Fu Studio

Photo Booth

A Photo booth is a great way to get your guests involved in the fun on your wedding day. It is typically available as an add-on to wedding photography packages, and it can add a unique and memorable touch to your wedding photos. It comes in different styles, from traditional open-air to modern digital booths.

The bride and groom's romantic photo in NYC. Editorial image by Jenny Fu Studio.

Additional Hourly Coverage

A wedding photographer’s minimum photo package coverage is eight hours for a full-day wedding. But some couples prefer to add more hours to get everything covered. Of course, immortalizing your wedding day’s beautiful elements, such as getting ready, first look, exit shot, etc., is absolutely a valuable investment. Even detailed photos of the wedding gown, jewelry, florals, and cutleries are something every couple would want to look back to.

The bride is walking down the aisle with her parents. Editorial image by Jenny Fu Studio

Additional Photographers

Adding more photographers just makes sense if you’re having a large wedding. As much as you want your photographer to capture everything, they cannot be in different places simultaneously. An additional photographer/s ensures maximum coverage on your wedding day.

The newlyweds are laughing with the guests in the reception. Image by Jenny Fu Studio

These are just a few of the popular wedding photography add-ons. With so many options, couples can customize their wedding photos to make them even more special and memorable. Whether you decide to include an engagement session, albums, or other add-ons, your wedding photos will be a beautiful reminder of the love and joy of your special day.

Editorial photo of the couple's first dance. Image by Jenny Fu Studio