From Registry Office to Manor House
As our summer wedding season draws to a close, we have had some amazing customers, with lovely families, and no two weddings were the same, other than the love shown at every single one.
We are always honoured to be part anybodies special day, especially with the responsibility of photographing the day, and pride ourselves in not just photographing the day, but being there to help it go as smoothly as possible, from helping with dressing and buttonholes, to acting as child entertainer when it pours with rain, even if I should wear padding! lol
So a little advice from myself if you are planning your day at the moment.
Firstly it's your day, you don't have to make everyone happy, and certainly don't feel like you have to keep spending on the additional items like sparkly dance-floors or chocolate fountains just because the last wedding you went to had them, you still need to live, and no one expects you too, as long as there is a disco and a bar 90% are happy.
Secondly we always encourage our customers to take 5 mins to stop and take the day in as it passes so quickly
So what's next for ourselves. Well we still have some wonderful weddings to photography during the autumn and winter, once again everywhere from small registry office weddings to stately homes and everything in between.
So watch this space for continued updates, and if you haven't booked with ourselves yet, please remember we normally only book one wedding per weekend so we can give you the level of service you deserve, so please don't leave it too long as we hate to disappoint.
Yours with Camera in Hand.
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