Having an unplugged wedding ceremony is the best choice for many reasons. You ensure your professional photography isn’t compromised by well meaning guests. And most importantly for you, the actual experience is enhanced through an engaged, present congregation. There are very few cons. But I’ll try to provide a balanced argument so you have all the information to make your own decision on what is right for you.Read more “Why an unplugged wedding ceremony is the best choice”
On your wedding day, you’ll want to have quick access to essential items in case you need to touch up your makeup or you have an unforeseen wardrobe malfunction. Happy relaxed brides are prepared brides so it makes sense to have your wedding day essentials bag planned. Pop these must-have items in a pretty tote bag and have ready for your Maid of Honour or someone else to dutifully look after for you. It’s instantly grabbable if anything uneventful happens. Drama over!Read more “Your Wedding Day Essentials Bag – The Ultimate List”
At the time of typing about socially distanced wedding photos, it is the end of June 2021. And we’re all waiting for Boris to issue an update on whether all covid restrictions will cease next month.
You might be thinking or hoping that you won’t need to worry about socially distanced wedding photos.Read more “Socially distanced wedding photos can be special”
Okay, ‘5 Things You Must Tell Your Wedding Photographer’ sounds a bit dramatic. I wouldn’t have used the word ‘must’ if I hadn’t felt from my experience as a professional photographer, that if you can remember to do these things it will truly benefit your experience. It’s easy to forget in the midst of intense wedding planning to keep communication flowing with your suppliers. But I promise by doing this, you’ll foster fantastic relationships where they’ll understand your needs. And most importantly, you’ll get the best photographs.Read more “5 Things You Must Tell Your Wedding Photographer”
Did you know there are 10 things you can do which will help you and your photographer get the best morning bridal prep shots?
Hopefully these will act as little reminders to help your bridal prep run smoothly. And you’ll be super happy when you get to look at all your wedding photos.Read more “Ten tips for getting the best morning bridal prep shots”
I couldn’t find anything on Google search advising UK couples on what to look out for with their wedding photography contract in light of Covid-19. Sure, there’s lots of stuff kicking around on horrendous legal disputes between photographers and clients and some killer court cases in the US debating force majeure. But if you’re a bride now and your next step is booking a photographer, what should you be looking out for?Read more “Your Wedding Photography Contract & Covid-19”
Lots of couples openly ask me, “Should I bother with an engagement shoot?” I’m going to share with you both the pros and cons so you can decide if it’s something you’d like to bother with ?.Read more “Should I bother with an engagement shoot?”
There are some very good reasons why you may want to consider documentary wedding photography as your style of choice. However, these are all reliant on what type of bride or groom you are.Read more “6 Reasons To Choose Documentary Wedding Photography”
Incorporating these 8 wedding photography details into your planning will make your final pictures better. Some, a good professional photographer will have down to a tee (but it’s good to be aware of). And others you can decide for yourself and direct your photographer at your pre-meeting….Read more “8 Wedding Photography Details You Haven’t Thought About”