Tonya S Review:
My husband and I decided to make our wedding day about us instead of a big wedding that would potentially put us into debt. We chose San Francisco City Hall. Living in Ohio made me think that any type of "planning" would be stressful but I was pleasantly surprised. When you're getting married out-of-state with only a 1-1/2 months notice, it is important that you pick the right photographer to allow you to share the experience with everyone who couldn't be there. After reviewing the IQ Photo website, there was no doubt in my mind that this is who we needed to photograph our wedding. And they sure did deliver!
The experience alone was fun, stress-free, and easy to do! Alex from IQ Photo made the process an entertaining one! He made us laugh and kept us from taking the process too serious! He kept it light and made it easy for us to feel comfortable and act natural! (And trust me; this is a tough duty for my husband who doesn't particularly love having pictures taken!)
The photographs of our wedding were unbelievably gorgeous! From IQ Photo's website and the amazing reviews, we knew that the pictures would be creative and artistic, but ours were better than we had expected! We had a total of about 430 pictures and although we've had the pictures for almost a month, we still cannot narrow the choices down even to our favorite 200! I don't know how we'll ever decide what to frame!
I also want to add that IQ Photo had our pictures ready in just a few days! They send you a link which you can pass along to allow friends & family to view and they also provide you with the opportunity to download the pictures for yourself. This is crucial when it comes to family gifts and photo albums! Joseph from IQ Photo also recommended to me an officiant which was another wonderful addition to our perfect day!
Honestly IQ Photo made our wedding exactly what we wanted! Alex truly made the experience too! He was funny and sweet and really took care of business! The photos speak for themselves I would highly recommend their services and am bummed that I will unlikely have the chance to do so again.