10 Inspiring Wedding Photographer Websites


For professional wedding photographers having a strong online presence is almost as important as being able to take great photographs. Your website and portfolio are often the first things potential clients will see, so it’s critical to make a good impression and showcase your best work.

Here are some sites that we’re loving right now. You’ll find a mixture of classic, fun, and alternative styles and websites, all with great photography at their core.

The List

Kylee B Photography


Kylee B stands out from the crowd with bold primary colors, whether it’s her photography, site navigation or bubble fonts – absolutely everything has been designed to give a sense of fun and give the impression the content is jumping off the screen.   

Screenshot of Kylee B's wedding photo site homepage

J. La Plante

J. La Plante Photo’s unique website is one that brilliantly employs parallax scrolling, giving a more immersive, cinematic viewing experience. The interface allows for smooth navigation, with images that transition to reveal intimate moments, supported by a backdrop of awards, testimonials, and other trust-building elements. The design balances sophistication with simplicity, drawing attention to the photos against a refined color scheme and elegant typography.

J La Plante pro photorapher website

Andy Gaines

Andy Gaines’ site reflects his quirky and unique approach to capturing weddings. The design includes playful colors, fun fonts, and creative illustrations. The homepage employs bold CTAs (call to action) buttons which help to drive customer conversions. The site is user-friendly, offering easy access to service details, testimonials, and an engaging blog.

John & Joseph Photography

Talk about understated! John & Joseph’s website is all about minimalism. The entire site is based on a modern, minimal design. There is no traditional hero section, instead, there is a simple headline quote that highlights their recognition as top wedding photographers by Harper’s Bazaar.

Corbin Gurkin

You may recognize Corbin Gurkin from his well-known and widely followed Instagram account (80,000+ followers and counting!). In keeping with his photography style, his website is highly unique and highly stylized, it is one of the few wedding photography sites that presents a gallery of photographs that almost resemble a series of postcards.

Screenshot of Corbin Gurkin's site

Andrew Heeley

Andrew Heeley Photography is another site that offers a unique take on wedding photography, focusing on alternative and unconventional ceremonies. Despite the unconventional angle, the website itself features a largely traditional aesthetic, with a prominent hero image and a standard navigation bar. The site is replete with photo galleries and testimonials, all presented in a simple, legible font accentuated by striking underlines. The color scheme of brown, yellow, and off-white complements the visual experience beautifully.

Andrew screenshot of homepage for photo services

David Bastianoni

Italy-based David Bastianoni certainly site catches the eye with colorful, playful and fun photos that he transitions as a gallery slideshow in his site hero. The guests that David features have a strong case to be the best-dressed wedding guests on any wedding photographer’s website!

Screenshot of Italian David Bastianoni photo site

Cassandra Ladru

Cassandra Ladru’s website gives her bio as ‘a journalistic style wedding and lifestyle photographer, with a background in fashion photography’. She has been featured in prestigious publications like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, and this is evident from the high-fashion angle in many of her shots.

screenshot of fashion and wedding photography website



Chasewild’s website is excellent at inviting couples to visualize their own wedding story, the footer features links to the galleries of previous weddings covered. Extra points also for the horizontal ‘book now’ banner stretching across the top of the screen.

chasewild Kiwi wedding photographers

Mei Lin Barral Photography

Mei Lin Barral Photography‘s website is a celebration of queer weddings. You’ll also notice couples’ pets are often front and center in many of the shots, which is something that isn’t often seen in traditional wedding photography. The site’s earthy color palette and bold typography also continue the theme of offering something a little different in terms of service. One suggested improvement is making the logo clickable to allow users to easily return to the homepage from whichever page they are on.

Screensnip of Mei Lin photo wedding service

Showcasing Your Work and Services

As a wedding photographer, your website is your portfolio and the first impression potential clients will have of your work. It is important to showcase your best work and services in a visually appealing and organized manner.

One effective way to display your work is through a gallery or portfolio section on your website. This allows potential clients to see your style and skills as a photographer. Using high-quality images and organizing them by category, such as engagement photos and wedding photos, can make it easier for clients to navigate and find what they are looking for.

In addition to showcasing your work, it is important to provide information about your services and packages. This can include details about the types of photography you offer, such as candid or posed shots, and the packages you offer, such as full-day coverage or hourly rates. Providing clear and concise information can help potential clients understand what you offer and make an informed decision.

Including testimonials from past clients can also be an effective way to showcase your services. Testimonials can provide social proof and give potential clients an idea of what it is like to work with you. Displaying testimonials in a prominent location on your website can help build trust and credibility with potential clients.

Finally, including a clear call-to-action (CTA) on your website can encourage potential clients to take the next step and contact you. This can be a simple button or form that prompts clients to get in touch with you for more information or to book your services.

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