OUR APPROACH

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Unique

Your Wedding Day

Your wedding day is unique. Sure there will be similarities as generally most weddings here in the UK follow a traditional pattern, but each wedding and every couple are unique to us and treated as such. Talking in person about your day is always something I recommend and what could be better than chatting about your wedding plans with someone as enthusiastic about your day as you are.

Beginnings

The Start of the Day

This is where your story begins (the Wedding Day part anyway) with the details, the laughter, the relaxed calm before the storm as they say. Of course it’s not a storm but a wonderful day full of amazing memories ahead of you. Capturing this part of your day is a great start to the story telling.

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Ceremony & Reception

The Main Event

You’ve spent months planning this and now it’s time to tie the knot in front of friends and family and enjoy all your hard work (& expense!) Plan your timings so this main part of your day isn’t rushed. Ask advice on how long you’ll need for everything that you want to do and the special memories you want captured; there may be a list of groups, perhaps a couple of special locations for the pair of you, maybe that sunset shot is important, perhaps you have 250 guests you’d like to say hello to? All these ideas take time and you’ll want to enjoy your day as a wedding day flies by fast enough as it is, so don’t spend the day clock-watching, plan ahead.

The Evening

The Evening Party

Your day isn’t over yet, you have an evening party to enjoy. If you’re going traditional, kick it off with cutting a cake and your first dance in front of your guests, before the music plays into the night. Don’t get caught up in worrying about dancing in front of everyone, a short nervous shuffle for 30 seconds before asking everyone to join you is just as acceptable as a 2 minute ballroom display. Go with whatever you are comfortable with and don’t fret. Dance the night away, enjoy yourself.

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“The BIGGEST thank you. You and Sarah kept us so calm throughout the whole day and were so professional. You went above and beyond what we ever expected of a photographer. Thank you so so much”

~ Stacey & Ryan, Romsey, Hampshire

Meet

Chris

More important things to update at the mo, so I’ll get back to this soon!

Meet

Sarah

And this too… updating soon!

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Albums & Wall Art

Go pro.

I am a crusader for couples having professionally printed albums and wall art. Step inside and hear me out on this.

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Our Blog

I like to write

Not as often as I’d like, but I pen words from time to time and I’m catching up gradually with a backlog of wedding blogs to show off.

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