Wedding Packages Pricing & Packages

Standard

Ceremony coverage and a selection of group photos after the ceremony.

Password protected access to a online client gallery, enabling friends and family to view.

Edited high resolution images that can be downloaded straight to your computer.


£695

Deluxe

Full day photography, from 2 hours preparations prior to your ceremony, through to first dance.

Password protected access to a online client gallery, enabling friends and family to view.

Edited high resolution images on memory stick.


£895

Ultimate

Full day Photography, from 2 hours preparations prior to your ceremony through to your first dance

2nd photographer for preparations through to first dance.

Password protected access to a online client gallery

30x30 Acrylic prestige wedding album


£1245

FAQ

How do i book our wedding date?

You can start by filling out this contact form to provide details including your wedding or event date, location, and telling me a bit about what you are looking for! I’ll follow up to send you the wedding package options and schedule a time to chat — on a call, Facetime, or over a drink — so you have the opportunity to ask any questions and so I can get to know you and your fiance a little bit more! If you decide you would like to move forward with securing the date, I will send a wedding agreement form for your review and submission as well as a request for a £100 deposit to hold the date. Once the agreement and deposit have been completed, I am all yours!

What style of photography do you offer?

My main aim is to provide you with a set of images that reflect the story of your day, therefore my style is very much grounded in documentary wedding photography. However, I do appreciate that family like to have a few group portraits, and will happily plan and coordinate these with you before and on the day.
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Should I opt-in for a second shooter?

Having a second shooter can be beneficial for several reasons. First, having two photographers is helpful to capture some of those “getting ready moments” while you and your partner may be in separate locations before the ceremony. A second shooter can also help capture different angles and guarantees excellent coverage during your ceremony and any other important moments of the day. Think of it this way — if you are a bride walking down the aisle, you may want photos of your excited smile as well as the back of your dress and the look on your groom’s face. I do my best to capture this all when I am working solo, but a second person can help make sure that all those boxes are checked.

How can we use the high resolution photographs?

The high-resolution photographs come supplied on beautifully presented online gallery which is password protected. From here you can download the high-resolution files, print high quality prints and canvasses, send photos to your friends and family, share them on Facebook or use them in any other way you can think of.

How long until we receive our photographs?

I work hard to make sure that your wedding photographs are ready as soon as possible without compromising on quality. I aim to have your wedding photographs completed and ready within 6 weeks from your wedding date but more often than not it is much less than this. Outdoor photoshoot photos will be ready within 1 week.
The photos will be delivered to your email with a link to your online gallery. From there, you can download your photos with the provided PIN, share the link with friends/family, share to social media, and order prints.

Are you insured?

Yes! I have both public liability and professional indemnity insurance.

How do i book a photoshoot?

You can start by filling out this contact form to provide details of when you would like your photoshoot. I’ll follow up to send you the package options. If you decide you would like to move forward with the photoshoot, I will send a Photoshoot agreement form for your review and submission as well as a request for a £10 deposit. The rest of the balance is due 24 hours before your photoshoot.


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