Whilst your Wedding should be one of the happiest days of your lives, it can often be one of the most stressful to plan too!
We take the following steps to ensure the day goes without a hitch and give you one less thing to worry about.
You will meet with Ed prior to the day where we will discuss and listen to your requirements and find out the style of pictures you want for your special day. If you are not sure what you would like shot on the day, we are equally happy to make recommendations and talk you through the different ways of covering your day.
Where possible, we'll also try to meet you again at the wedding venue(s) around 4-6 weeks prior to the wedding so we can run through the script again and see what locations for photos will work best.
We will draw up a script for the day including locations, times and a list of key shots/groups, sunset time etc. This enables us to work to a schedule, ensuring all parties such as family, ushers, cars and hotels know what is happening and when.
From putting on the dress to having your first dance, if you want us to organise formal groups, or take reportage shots discreetly. You choose what you want us to cover and for how long.
All our packages include delivering your images in three different ways
1. We'll create a 'highlights of the day' post on our Blog.
2. You'll receive a copy of all the processed images from the day (hi-res and low res) on a wooden USB memory stick.
3. All the images will be available on our Pro Gallery system where you can order additional prints, thank-you cards and select images you wish to include in an album.
We currently offer two packages that include albums with a variety of paper and finishing options.
Parent books and additional albums can be ordered separately if you choose a 'photos-only' service however discounts are available if these are pre-ordered before the wedding.
Session from £125
Half-day, 2 x photographers £670
Full-day, 2 photographers, with coffee table album £1,490
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