Whether it’s a small midweek do, or a huge, all day affair with everyone you know, I would love to hear about your wedding! As every wedding is different, I want to give you a bespoke quote, so drop me an email telling me about what you have planned, which venue you’ve booked and if you’d like any of the extra bits and bobs included below. I’ll then get right back to you with some numbers and we’ll go from there! To give you a rough idea of what to expect, my prices for a shorter day start at £1250.
A second photographer – £300
An engagement shoot (also known as a pre-wedding shoot) – £250
Albums – starting from £350
Replica 8×8″ parent albums – £200 each
Create your first family heirloom with one of these beautiful Fine Art albums. All lovingly handmade in the UK, these albums are available in a range of sizes and colours.
Prices start from £350 for an 8×8″ 20 page leather album, right up to £650 for a big, sexy 12×12″ 40 page one. I’ll bring examples along to our meeting so you can have a look as we chat over a cuppa.
Album prices are listed below.
8×8” 20 page leather album – £350
10×10” 30 page leather album – £500
12×12” 40 page leather album – £650
Opting to have two photographers present throughout your wedding day is the perfect way to ensure that you receive lots of fun and informal photos of your friends and family enjoying the day and soaking up the atmosphere. I will be there to photograph the formal family photos, bride and groom photos, ceremony etc. However, the main job of a second photographer is to really focus on the guests. Although I will always strive to capture as many of these shots as I can, a second photographer is a very wise investment if guests are going to be a big focus of your day.
Another benefit of having two photographers is that while I can be with the bride getting ready in the morning, my second can be with the groom. This means you get to see what each of you were up to in the morning, and the bride will also get to see the groom and his groomsmen, nervously preparing their speeches and putting on their ties and cufflinks. A second is also very beneficial during the ceremony too; I will hopefully be allowed to stand at the front of the ceremony, but my second will be positioned at the back of the room. This means that you’ll also see what the ceremony looked like from the point of view of your guests; this is a particularly powerful shot if the ceremony is in a church.
Finally – and most important of all – I will never use a new or inexperienced photographer as my second. I am part of a network of other fantastic local professional photographers who work together to provide second shooting services for each other. This means that if you opt to have a second photographer you can rest assured that you’ll have a highly experienced pair of professionals capturing your day, resulting in a truly wonderful collection of photos!