A: Yes of course. I find most couples book through email and like to meet when it’s closer to their wedding day so I stick to this procedure. However, if you would like to meet me before deciding to book that’s absolutely no problem. I can explain my packages, discuss details about your day and answer all your questions beforehand.
A: The 8 – 10 hours I offer can be whatever time suits the schedule of your day if there aren’t large breaks in between. If this is the case additional charges may apply.
A: On booking you will recieve a deposit invoice, booking form and contract. I ask for this to be paid within 30 days to confirm your booking and ensure that your wedding date is in the diary!
A: The invoice for your remaining payment will be sent a month prior to your wedding date. As long as this is paid before the wedding then I have no problem. I know how hectic it can be towards the run up to your big day! If you would prefer to pay more in advance then just let me know and I can send over your invoice sooner.
A: Depending on where the Groom decides to get ready and how much time is available I may be able to document both the Bride and the Groom. However, sometimes this proves difficult and it can affect me getting to other vital parts of your day. If this is something you would really like I recommend you requesting a second shooter for an additional £250. This way both Bride and the Groom can be photographed as they get ready and there will be generally more coverage throughout the day. Any more questions about this please ask on booking.
A: Yes. I only suggest this amount as group shots can take up a lot of time and can take away valuable time that you want to spend celebrating! If you do have more that you would like to have taken that we can put a plan in place to get the process done as efficiently as possible. I always ask for a list in advance, a time slot usually around 30 minutes (maximum) in your day and someone that is familiar with all the guests and can get groups together when needed.