Your Day, Your Way

Choosing a wedding photographer can be a very daunting process.

There are a lot of different photographers out there, a lot of different styles and  a lot of different price tags!

I’ve broken down what I offer into sections, allowing you flexibility with your budget and giving you the best quality with the best value.

Wedding photography is about more than just pictures. Your wedding will be one of the most personal and unforgettable moments of your life – it is important that the person capturing your day is likeable, friendly and makes you feel comfortable.

If you want to chat about anything – without obligation to book – please don’t hesitate to call or email me. 

Part 1 – The Engagement Shoot

The engagement shoot is a great way to get to know your photographer and vice versa. A few weeks or months before the wedding day I like to find a nice place locally where we can relax and have a chat, then take some nice shots of you before the craziness of the big day.

Part 2 – Getting ready and pre-ceremony

In the fun and chaos of a wedding day, the little details are easy to miss. There’s a great opportunity to capture all of these details while you are getting ready. From cuff links, hairclips and shoes to jackets, ties and of course the wedding dress. It’s also a perfect chance to record the anticipation and excitement before the big event itself.

Part 3 – The Ceremony

This is obviously a crucial part of the day. It is important for the photographer to capture the emotional depth of the words exchanged, while at the same time remaining completely unobtrusive.

Part 4 – Bridal Portraits & Formal Photos

This is a quiet time for you to be alone with the photographer after the ceremony. This can be in a special location chosen by you or at the ceremony or reception venue, where I will take stylish portraits of just the two of you. Then it’s time to get some ‘formal’ but relaxed group photos of everyone together.

Part 5 – Reception, Wedding Breakfast, First Dance and Party

Covering everything from the speeches to the first dance, this is a brilliant chance to get those relaxed and fun moments when everyone is letting their hair down to feast and party! I usually stop coverage just after the first dance, but if there is anything special planned, for the bride and groom’s departure for example, then just let me know!