I'm so happy you have chosen me to photograph your big day! It's a real honour that you've put your confidence in me to capture those special memories. While you enjoy every exciting moment as it's happening, I'll be working quietly in the background, taking candid photos of your ceremony, reception, and friends and loved ones as they celebrate with you.
In this guide, I’ll share my tips for getting the most out of your wedding photography. If there's anything at all I can do to help make your planning process easier, just get in touch! I look forward to hearing all about your plans and getting to know you both!
Timing is a really important aspect to your keeping your day running smoothly and allowing you to get all the special photos you want, while being able to enjoy it with your guests. Here’s an example of how a typical wedding day goes, which may help give you an idea of what time to set things up for your day.
12:30pm - bridal prep photos
2pm - ceremony
3pm - group photos
3:30pm - couple portraits
4pm - photos of reception decor and details
4:30pm - guests sit for wedding breakfast
6:30pm - speeches & candid photos
7:45pm - cake cutting
8pm - first dance & dancing photos
8:30pm - photography coverage complete
Tips to get the most out of your photos
Choosing where to get ready
“When deciding on where you’re going to get ready, it really helps to look out for big windows & a room that isn’t cluttered/has plenty of space. This will allow me to get those beautiful, clean detail shots & the perfect photos of you getting into your dress, without any distractions in the background.
It’s also a great idea to get matching dressing gowns for your bridesmaids. Not only does this make for lovely photos but it’s the perfect keepsake for your girls to remember the day by.”