We proudly display all of our prices online; we are fully transparent with our packages.

Our packages start at $2,399 for associates and $2,999 with Erika but you can download our full price guide below.

Our packages are "event-based" rather than hourly based; this provides you with the peace of mind that the events you expect to be captured will indeed be captured without risking an overtime invoice in the event that the day runs late.

With over 400 weddings and engagements, the value in our experience and commitment to continued education means you're getting an amazing artist to capture the most precious memories of you, your spouse, your friends and your family.

Below you'll find answers to come of the more frequently asked questions as well as a link to our pricing PDF.


Is Your Location on “The Bucket List?”

There are certain locations or themes of wedding that are on our bucket list.  What does this mean to you?  Well, it means that you're privy to either a print credit or free professional products if your location is on our list.

Bucket list promotions are valid only for the first client to book their wedding date in the categories/locations below.


Aria Ristorante
Auberge Du Pommier
Camera Bar
Cluny Bistro
Collette Grand Cafe
George Restaurant
Jump Restaurant
Le Select Bistro
Steam Whistle Brewery
The Chase
The Fifth Events


Alderlea Mansion
Belcroft Estate
Hernder Estate
Honsberger Estate
Inn on the Twenty
Maplehurst Inn & Carriage House
Nestleton Waters Inn
Old Stone Inn
Paletta Mansion
Parkwood Estate
Queen's Landing
Roseville Estate
Terra Cotta Inn


Drake Hotel
Four Seasons
Gladstone Hotel
King Edward Hotel
One King West


Argo Rowing Club
Arts + Letters Club
Berkeley Bicycle Club
Berkeley Field House
Royal Canadian Yacht Club
The Spoke Club
The Storys Building
The University of Toronto Club
Wychwood Barns


AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario)
Gardiner Museum
ROM (Royal Ontario Museum)


Angus Glen
Eagle's Nest


Alton Mills Art Center
George Brown House
Hart House (U of T)
The Burroughs
Toronto Reference Library
Trinity College


Grange of Prince Edward
Inn on the Twenty
Peninsula Ridge
The Good Earth Winery
Vineland Estates


Century Barn
Cherry Avenue Farms
Fields on West Lake
Pine Valley Chalet
Wildwood Manor Ranch

Elopements + Intimate Weddings

Aside from photographing full day weddings in the locations listed above, we are also looking to book more fine-art inspired intimate backyard/cottage weddings (small guest lists; less than 30 people with a super relaxed feeling to them) and detail-inspired weekday elopements.  These types are weddings may be eligible for our bucket list promotion.


Toronto Wedding Photography Prices

We understand that finding wedding photography prices online is important for almost every couple which is why we proudly display all of our services on our website.  Click here to download our full PDF of wedding photography prices for the 2017-2018 service years (27.1 MB).  

Our team consists of Erika, Jennifer and Sarah as well as our editing specialist Elias.  All of the photographers on our team are experienced; experience ranges from several years to almost decade.  The approach that all of our photographers takes is the same: creative storytelling mixed with artistic portraiture.

Choosing Ten·2·Ten Photography as your Toronto wedding photographer means that you’re not only getting a super enthusiastic photographer who is also talented but that you’re also receiving a photographer who believes in being fully prepared for anything that may happen and who you’ve known since the moment you met us at the consult.  Our photographers are as dedicated to your day being amazing as you are.  Our photographers are never ‘assigned’ to you – you are allowed to choose which photographer you feel best meets your needs.  All of our photographers are fully insured for general liability and have professional level backup gear.  Although we have fun at our job, we take weddings very seriously and always come prepared!

Packages starting at $2,399 for 3/4 day and $2,899 for full day

Our packages are very competitively priced considering the amount of experience our team brings to each and every wedding.  Our packages give couples options for commissioning a digital-only package or a package that contains beautiful albums.  We believe in choice.

  • Flexible packages

Our packages are “event-based”.  This means that we will not limit you to 8, 10 or even 12 hours of coverage.  Rather, we start our coverage when a certain event starts and we end our coverage when a certain event ends; even if the day runs late, we’ll still be there and there and you won’t have to pay overtime fees.  When you’re busy enjoying your wedding day, the last thing you want to worry about is what time your photographer is leaving.  The events that these packages are based on are that of a traditional Western wedding; we do have custom packages that are available if your wedding falls outside of the events of a traditional western wedding day.

  • Options for 1 or 2 photographers

We photograph a variety of weddings; large banquet hall weddings and smaller more intimate ones.  This is why our packages contain, by default, 1 photographer with the option of adding a second.  Many smaller weddings or medium-sized weddings where a videographer is also present may not require a second shooter.  (Yes, it is possible for a second shooter to do more harm than good under certain circumstances)  We believe in choice and give you the option to choose how many shooters you want present.

  • High resolution images

All of your images will be delivered in high resolution and edited beautifully.  With that, you will receive a personal print release which allows you to print your images as many times as you’d like anywhere you’d like.

  • Free engagement session

There are so many benefits of taking engagement photos.  This is why we include a free (yes, it’s genuinely FREE) 1-hour engagement photo session with all of our wedding photography packages.  Learn more about why engagement photos can be beneficial in our blog.


 Please note, one of the dangers of posting your photography prices online is that there can be virtual copies of previous price lists floating around on the web.  If you have any questions about our current prices, please make an appointment to visit us where we can provide you with a hard copy of the current pricing, a hot cup of coffee and some delightful conversation.  

The prices above are effective for weddings booked up until 2018 


Liberty Grand wedding photos by Toronto wedding photographer Ten·2·Ten Photography ©2015

Toronto Wedding Photography Prices: FAQs


When should we book you?

We accept a limited number of commissions each month, with the summer months typically booking up first. We typically secure our bookings about 12 to 15 months in advance but are always happy to if your date is earlier than that!  (Who knows, you may luck out and have your date available!)

How many weddings do you shoot per year?

Our associates shoot approximately 30 weddings per year; starting in 2018 Erika will be accepting a limited amount of commissions.


Do your prices include tax?

No, our prices do not include tax the same way that when you look at a pricetag at a store, the tax will be added at the register.  All prices are subject to HST as per Ontario Law.


Can you recommend locations in Toronto for photography?

Absolutely!  We are experts when it comes to knowing all the beautiful nooks and crannies of the city.  Most of the truly spectacular places do require a permit, though, so make sure you factor in a teensy-weensy portion of your overall wedding budget for permits if you’re opting for one of these awesome locations.


Why do I have to pay extra for a second photographer?

Although the industry standard is for photographers to contract new photographers as second shooters (often times ones they have never even met before), we choose to work with established, professional photographers when partnering up on a wedding day.  We’ve worked side-by-side for years and can anticipate each others every move.  We believe the quality of our product, whether it’s coming from the primary shooter or the second shooter, should be consistent and meet your every expectation.  Learn a little more about second shooters here.


Can I purchase the RAW images?

Raw images are not usable images – at least to a client.  Raw images need to be processed in order to create a final image.  Part of our job is to process the images, perfect them and create a finished product.  Asking your photographer for the RAW files is like asking your cake vendor for an extra bag of flour, on the side.  It’s only a partial ingredient in the overall product and means nothing on it’s own.  Clients often ask for RAW photos because they think they are a higher quality image than JPEGs; truth is, many professional printing companies require you to submit your images via JPEG.  There’s nothing wrong with high res JPEGs; they are awesome quality images and will produce beautiful prints.


How many images will I get?

The average full day wedding with 2 photographers will yield around 600-700 images but it’s important to remember that overall image count depends on: how long you’re shooting, how much travel time there is in the day, how willing the subjects are to be photographed, how creative you can get, how many photographers are present, whether there are other image makers present, whether there are restrictions at any venue which may inhibit our ability to perform (such as priests not allowing photos during a mass) and how much detail there is to photograph.

Why does the cost of wedding photography vary so much between photographers?

The cost of wedding photography is kind of like fingerprints – it’s different for everyone (or in this case, every photographers).  Take a quick peek at this article as it details a breakdown of the cost of your photography package.  As you can see, there are so many variables in the mix that it’s next to impossible for you to compare 2 photographers to each other – you simply can’t compare apples to oranges.

What we can say; however, is that some photographers (especially those who are first starting out) may be cutting costs in certain areas.  Insurances, extra harddrives and online storage for backing up files, professional level backup gear – these things are all part of a photographer’s cost of doing business.  If you’ve found someone whose price seems too good to be true, it might be because something is missing behind-the-scenes that could put your images at risk.