The dreaded moment...deciding on your group shot list to send to your photographer!
It can be a little daunting or confusing deciding on your group shots, how many to have, who to include...so we've written a few tips to try and help you out Keep it short and sweet Getting a big group of people to all look at a camera for more than two minutes without them getting bored is almost impossible..I mean lets be real...why would anyone rather stand having their photograph taken when nibbles or reception drinks are waiting to be had! Try and keep the shot list as concise as you can, it makes the photographers job clearer and means you can move on to the party that little bit faster Make sure you
When a good friend and a great fellow wedding photographer calls and asks you to help out at a wedding that is in a beautiful village, with a botanical theme and a vintage bus...you answer! Emily headed out to Charlotte and George's big day, and it was such a treat to photograph. From the church ceremony in central Harrogate to the relaxed reception at Sawley Village Hall. Charlotte wore a gorgeous Ivory silk and lace sleeved dress, and the best part was that she rocked her glasses with it! It is so lovely to see brides embrace being themselves when they walk down the aisle! Every part of the day felt so personal and beautifully thought out, and can we talk about the vintage bus! To transpor
Having done it ourselves we more than know that post wedding feeling. The dust has settled from the big day, the honeymoon blues have kicked in and all you want to do is re-live the whole thing all over again. That is where the wedding photographs come in! When your images are ready it is your chance to see all the little details you worked hard on, all the funny moments you might have missed and you can re-live the day. That's why we are so excited to be able to share a little look at what you can expect to get delivered to you if we photograph your wedding!
In the first week after the wedding you will have the chance to see a sneak peek or two, and in the weeks that follow you get a pers