- All day coverage
- Minimum 450 high res images
- Online wedding gallery
- Wedding highlights slideshow
Us, hanging out, drinking coffee (or cocktails) - like the ultimate date day and I'm there to document your love.
• HOW DO WE BOOK YOU?
Lets have a chat on the phone first, have a natter about the day and you can tell me all about the engagement :) If you do want to go ahead then I'll send you the confirmation and contract via email (an online signature) and I take a £500 booking fee.
• WHEN WILL WE SEE OUR IMAGES?
I'll send you some previews in an email within a few days, I normally post one up on Instagram as well. Then within 5 weeks you will receive your slideshow in an email so you can keep the file, and I'll also send the online gallery with the full collection.
• DO WE HAVE TO PAY TO DOWNLOAD THE IMAGES?
Of course not, that's all included in the package. No more costs. All the images are full high resolution and you're more than welcome to share the link out with family and friends too so they can download images of themselves/loved ones/random details should they wish!
• DO YOU STILL DO THE 'FORMAL' GROUP SHOTS?
Yes. They're always the ones your grandparents want on the mantlepiece, and who am I to deny them that?! :) I suggest around 6-8 with close family and bridesmaids/groomsmen etc. If you want any others then just let me know! I work super quickly at these so you won't be standing around with sore cheeks from grinning for too long...
• ARE TRAVEL COSTS INCLUDED?
Yes, in the UK, unless your celebrations are more than a 3 hour drive away from where I live in the West Midlands. Simply because I don't like driving in the dark. I would then ask for at least one, maybe two, nights accommodation.
• WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU BECOME ILL ON OUR DAY?
I would literally have to be attached to an IV drip in hospital for me to not be there. I've photographed over 200 weddings and it's not happened once. BUT in the rare occurrence that it did I have a big network of incredible photographer friends that I could call on to come to the rescue.