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Birth Packages – Investment

The Full Journey package is $2500 {Non-refundable Retainer: $1000, then 3 payments of $500 by your 38th week}  and includes:

  • My being on call for 24 hours a day, seven days a week starting at your 38th week through to your labor & delivery
  • At home lifestyle maternity/couple & sibling session {1 hour session taken around your 34-36th week}
  • Photography coverage during your active labor {6-7cm} & delivery and up to 3 hours after birth
  • At home lifestyle newborn/sibling session {1 hour session taken when baby is 3-10 days new}
  • A hybrid slideshow to include some still images & video of your labor & baby's birth set to licensed music {available for download}
  • Digital download of high res images files from your birth gallery {150+}, maternity {30 images} & newborn {30 images}
  • 50% of regularly priced albums from a la carte menu
  • 40% off any additional purchases from a la carte menu

The Welcome Package {"Fresh 48"} is $850 {Non-refundable Retainer: $250 then 2 payments of $250} and includes:

  • up to 3 hours of documentary lifestyle photography coverage of the first 24-48 hours of your baby's life taken during daylight hours at your birth location. 
  • digital download of all your edited gallery images {at least 75 images}

Discounts -

If you have hired a professional doula, you will receive 10% off the total of the full journey package. 

If you are a Nova Midwifery, a Peaceful Passage Midwifery client or a client of Renata Provost, you will receive 15% off the total of the full journey package.

NEW DISCOUNTED RATE - "Stand By" Birth photography coverage: Similar to traveling on standby - If I am available on your labor day {you must call me!!} and I am not otherwise booked or at another birth or other event, I will come to you and document your birth story. I am not on call and cannot guarantee my arrival. It is your responsibility {or your partner's!} to call me immediately when you are in active labor and I will arrive, if available to, and document for up to three hours after delivery. Total cost for this is $850 {A deposit of $425 is still required and will go towards your session. If I do not make it or am otherwise unavailable to document your birth journey, the deposit is fully refunded or you can have your funds go towards a fresh 48 session instead} and you will receive your edited images in a private online viewing gallery to share, where you can easily download the full resolution images. {approx. 75 - 100 images}

Package fees also include: 

  • Prenatal meeting with continued & constant communication & support if needed throughout your pregnancy
  • My time - before, during and after your journey & baby's birth
  • My talent of capturing, processing & custom editing of your images
  • a private online gallery of all your edited images to view, share and order from which is hosted for up to 1 year.
  • a sneak peek/blog post on my website's blog (if you have agreed & selected images will be approved before posting)
  • All your edited high resolution images to keep via download with unlimited printing rights for personal use.

Required to Reserve your Due Date:

A non-refundable retainer fee that is equal to 50% of your chosen package or as listed above is required to reserve your estimated due date on my calendar (I do not book any other event or session during your estimated due date - up to two weeks before and after. I block out 4-5 weeks of my time to provide you with my services) and the remaining balance, can be paid with interest free installments upon a schedule we both agree on {4 scheduled payments are made where the balance is paid in full by your 38-39th week}. The retainer will of course go towards your package.

*You maybe wondering how in the world is this so costly. While I could list the many reasons why my birth photography costs this much, another fellow birth photographer has done it more eloquently than I could - after all I am no wordsmith. I usually let my images do the talking. If you would like to find out about the costs involved, please read her article here.