Yes, every image we display are from REAL Weddings!!
As stupid as this question sounds there are now photographers hiring models to put together a website and portfolio of their work! This is clearly wrong as it does not give potential wedding couples an accurate description of the work you would receive as the models used would of known how to present themselves to produce the best results for the photographs but on a real wedding this is the photographers job to guide couples on so the end results could be very different from the staged images you had seen previously.
To help spot these fraudsters ask to see more images from the actual couples wedding including from the ceremony which should show the guests, the vicar or registrar in the photos. Family group photographs also taken throughout the couples day are also worth asking to see to insure the photographer has not just hired Bride and Groom models for a styled shoot.
Be aware this is a growing problem in the photography market.
Yes – we do not restrict the number of images taken at a wedding. You will end up with all the images from your day, presented to you on a printable DVD in high resolution and with no watermarks. You also have full printing and online usage rights in your images (so you are free to email, Facebook or print any of your photographs as many times as you wish!)
No, prices are fully inclusive. (However, travel costs may occur should your wedding location be further than a radius of 40 miles).
Yes, we can offer smaller or discounted packages for some Sunday to Thursday weddings (and also for certain Fridays and Saturdays, depending on the season and location). Please feel free to contact me for a personalised quote.
A £300 retainer is required when you book your date with us. Once this is received (together with your completed booking form and contract), this ensures that your day is secured for you and that no further weddings can be taken on for your wedding date. The balance of your payment will then be required one calendar month before the wedding date.
Two photographers will be taking pictures as they occur. We will capture the events as they unfold, natural poses, documentary, fun shots, informal groups and romantic pictures making full use of the surrounding grounds or gardens wherever possible.
The photography typically begins with arriving at the home or hotel room of the bride, to begin capturing all of the fun and excitement of the bride and bridesmaids getting ready. But of course, this is entirely optional and we will gladly meet you at the wedding venue should you prefer.
Before the service, we like to photograph the groom and best man and any guests arriving, then we photograph the bridesmaids (if they arrive before the bride) whilst awaiting the arrival of the bride and her father. Should it be allowed, photographs will be taken during the course of the service and at the signing of the register.
Once the ceremony is finished, photographs will be taken of the family and groups of friends either in the church grounds, or at the reception venue (usually decided by the size and appearance of the grounds, together with possible time constraints). Then, before you sit down to your wedding breakfast, we will try to find more picturesque settings to create artistic, romantic photography of the bride and groom, as well as capturing candid moments of you and your guests, and the cutting of the cake.
Of course, this is only a very basic idea of what will happen. We aim to be flexible and are always happy to satisfy any requests for additional photographs during the day.
We generally cover photography at the bride’s home or hotel room, the church or civil ceremony, and then the wedding reception through to the first dance. However, we do offer a reduced rate for the option of us finishing as you are seated for your wedding breakfast meal.
Please see our Prices page for more details.