PRE-WEDDING PHOTOSHOOT

A pre-wedding shoot is a fantastic way to celebrate your engagement and take some time out of the whirlwind wedding planning process for the two of you to relax and enjoy some time together.

Of course, we’ll be there too! It’s a great way for the four of us to get to know each other better and help you get used to us being around you with a camera. You’ll also pick up a few tips to bear in mind on your wedding day that will help ensure you get the best out of your images.

Most of all, your pre-wedding shoot is about having a bit of fun with us at a location of your choice (this might be somewhere particularly meaningful to you both) and getting some lovely photos!

Included, following your shoot, you’ll receive a 30-page guest signing book (and USB of your images) to use on your wedding day, showcasing the best images from your pre-wedding shoot. The book can be coordinated to match your wedding theme.

A pre-wedding shoot is included as part of our ‘Signature’ collection.

 

 
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POST-WEDDING PHOTOSHOOT

 
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Wedding days go by in a blur and, due to packed itineraries and time with guests, couples can sometimes find that they didn’t have enough time out on their own for their couples photos. Some brides and grooms are very conscious of keeping their guests waiting while they have their couples photos (to that we would simply say, remember it’s your day!) but if that’s you, or you just want to be bride and groom again for a few hours (and who wouldn’t?!), then a post-wedding shoot can be the answer, meaning you get to relax and spend time with us without worrying about how much time you have, or keeping your guests waiting.

A post-wedding shoot can be done at a location of your choice, or in a studio setting. Bear in mind though that, depending on your choice of location, venues often charge for photoshoots, so there may be a charge imposed by the venue, additional to ours. If you wish to use a specific venue, it’s important you liaise with them first to understand their costs.