Destination Wedding Photographer, Greensboro, NC

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We’re a destination wedding photographer ready to travel to your wedding location.

A destination wedding is one of the most popular options these days, especially when a couple lives away from family so everyone would already need to travel. When that is the case, it makes sense to make it a vacation for everyone concerned. It could even be your honeymoon destination or a return to a place you first met. The idea is not without challenges, however, and one of those is finding a photographer in an area where you aren’t familiar.

Destination Wedding Photographer in Greensboro, North Carolina

The solution is to hire one you know in the area of your Greensboro, North Carolina home that is willing to travel. That is the case here at Zimbro Photography Studios. We love the opportunity to see and shoot new locations and would be honored to be your destination wedding photographer.

We are experienced with a wide variety of destinations, including outdoor beach weddings, cabin retreat settings, and much more. We’ll meet with you beforehand to go over your expectations so that we can be the best destination wedding photographer possible. Feel free to ask about special photographs you would like taken, such as landscapes of the area. If you’ll be honeymooning in the area and want a few photos taken during that time, we can make arrangements to do that, as well. We can also take photographs at your rehearsal dinner.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you might have about the specifics involved with hiring a destination wedding photographer. We look forward to capturing your special day so that you enjoy the photos for the rest of your life and can pass them down to future generations.

At Zimbro Photography Studios, we are a destination wedding photographer serving High Point, Greensboro, Asheboro, Reidsville, Raleigh, Durham, Winston-Salem, Oak Ridge, Topsail, Sedgewick, Wilmington, and Morehead City, North Carolina; Roanoke, Virginia; and Charleston, Beaufort, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.