Amy Aiello Photography Black Label
Thank you to Modern Luxury Brides Chicago Magazine for the incredible feature on my new Black Label photography experience! Black Label has been in the works for over a year now, and is now officially available for any of my clients wishing to experience a luxury wedding photography service paired with high end commercial fashion photography.
Black Label clients will experience luxury wedding photography services, coupled with a fashion editorial photoshoot with limitless possibilities. The editorial shoot includes up to three complimentary hours of working together with fashion stylist Patrick Niles. It also includes a hair and makeup allowance from my list of preferred hair and makeup artists. If my clients wish to have their editorial on the gorgeous beaches of the French Riviera, it will be so. If my clients would like to have a hot air balloon in the middle of the white sands desert, we will do whatever we can to make that a reality. The possibilities are virtually endless.
Black Label clients will also receive high end photo products exclusive to the collection. I have been working together with my album company to create a hand crafted made in Italy album modeled after a classic Chanel clutch as a standard book in each collection. Black Label clients may also design a book that is literally one of a kind to only them! So many more options are available for this unique service, and I cannot wait to begin talking with you about your wedding.
The Black Label experience is only available when clients work with a pre-approved luxury wedding planner. Your planner will also be our set designer and creative director. Their expertise and luxury experience is a must-have for your editorial photo shoot. I have already had test shoots with several planners to ensure that we can all create an incredible vision together, and welcome additional luxury planners to join the exclusive list by simply contacting me to begin a dialogue. Currently, planners include:
Additional planners in the U.S. will also be added. Eventually, I hope to add international planners to the list as well!
Stay tuned for even more Black Label updates!