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Groom prep getting ready wedding

Groom prep, short for preparation, or quite simply 'getting ready' on your wedding day, is something included in your wedding photos, should circumstances allow. Groom prep is the same as Bridal prep, where we photograph the Groom and his gents getting ready before they leave for the wedding ceremony on your day. Generally speaking, we try and fade into the…

Better engagement photos

One of the biggest concerns my wedding couples come to me with, is worrying their engagement photos will look cheesy or downright cringe. Engagement or pre-wedding photographs are complimentary and included within all my wedding packages, and I'll be honest, frequently, my couples will admit to 'dreading' or 'not looking forward' to our time together doing these photos - and…

top-tips-for-gorgeous-wedding-photos

If I had a pound for every time I've been told by couples "We don't really look good in photos", I wouldn't be sat here writing this blog post, I'd be sipping champagne from my yacht in Monaco. As it is, no-one ever pays me that pound, and instead I reply with the same thing as always: Don't worry, we…

better-getting-ready-photos

Back in February, my 7 Top Tips for betting 'getting ready' photos were featured on The English Wedding Blog, one of the UK's most popular wedding blogs (if you don't already follow it, please do!). From my experience of photographing many frenzied bridal preparations, I compiled a list of the things that will really help your bridal prep photos 'pop'.…

unplugged-weddings

That's right: An 'unplugged wedding'. What am I referring to when we talk about unplugged weddings or unplugged ceremonies? Quite simply, it's asking your guests to refrain from using electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets during crucial elements of your wedding day. It's a concept that is increasing in popularity, hot on the heels of the surge of smartphone…

My standard photography offering includes covering your preparations on your wedding day. This means I'll be there to capture the wedding preparations before the ceremony, for example a bride having her hair and make up done before she gets into her dress, or capturing the gents fiddling with waistcoat buttons. Not only do these shots give you a brilliant reminder…

Wedding seating table plan

Following my other post on top tips for creating your wedding guest list, it naturally leads on to the next joyful wedding task: now you know who you want to invite, where do you seat them? Do you seat them at all? There are plenty of questions to be answered, so let me help you, with my handy top tips…

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