Category: Wedding Planning
It seems quite apt that I am writing this blog just as the rain starts falling once again. I get more questions about rain than anything else! So what happens if it rains on my photoshoot?
Want to actually enjoy Your Wedding Day - let's banish those wedding day worries for good!
The wedding photo checklist can help you avoid disappointment and get the wedding photos you want
You said Yes! Now the fun begins, but where do you start when it comes to planning your wedding day - for most of us it will be the only time we organise such an event. When should you book your cake maker, when should you go shopping for the perfect dress? Here is a guide to wedding planning.
There’s no doubt that you need your best girls by your side on your wedding day. Your girls have been there for you through thick and thin - what do you need to know about choosing your bridesmaids?
They are part of the family! Why won’t you want to include them your special day? Sadly, this isn’t always practical, pets at weddings pose many challenges and sometimes it just isn’t possible.
Since the law changed in 1994 The Marriage Act allows weddings to take place in venues licensed for civil ceremonies, rather than just places of worship and register offices. This gave couples a huge amount of choice when it came to their civil ceremony venue there are literally thousands of venues out there from barns, castles. Choosing the perfect venue is one of the most important decisions you will make when planning your wedding day.
Back in the autumn I had the pleasure of working with a team of talented wedding suppliers to create a 1920s inspired wedding which also embraced the wonderful colours of autumn.
Pre wedding photo shoot at Penyard House, Herefordshire
As part of my full-day wedding packages I currently include a pre-wedding photoshoot. For some couples this is a must-have but some are unsure why you might want one. So, if you are a little unsure of what a pre wedding shoot is and why you might want one, let me tell you a little bit more about what a pre-wedding photo shoot is and their benefits.
Wedding planning can be exciting for some, however it can be a little be scary for others - there are just so many wedding suppliers out there.
To me this is the most important question to ask any wedding supplier when planning your wedding.
Earlier this year I was invited by Pitville Pump Rooms in Cheltenham to organise a styled shoot to showcase the venue, my first point of call was to find other suppliers who made be interested in working on the project, after all, everyone will be working for free in exchange for images which they can use.
If you want your pictures to really showcase your love story, here are some ideas to help you plan the perfect engagement/pre wedding session. Let us help you prepare for your session by sending us over the answers to the following questions:
Preparing yourself for your wedding day should not be stressful after all it a wonderful day of celebration, here is my guide for brides and grooms to help reduce worry and to enjoy your wedding day.
As wedding photographers, we use a lot of terminology that you may not understand. This blog is to help you get to know some of our terms in regard to your wedding photography.
Planning a wedding is no easy task. Most people only do it once in their lifetime (or at least that's the plan), and so it's not something you tend to get a lot of practice in. This is why many people choose to use the expertise of a wedding planner but if that's not for you then we have a solution. Here is a practical checklist to follow with the 5 most important things you need to do and when.
My groom’s guide to wedding photography is full of dos and don’ts to make it enjoyable ensuring you get the best record of your day.
The wedding photographer is a unique service, their job is to capture the atmosphere, the special moments and the love between you as a couple.
Whether you're planning a family shoot, booking a wedding photographer or getting headshots done for your business, one thing that plagues a lot of people when they book a professional photographer is anxiety about what they will look like in the final pictures? Will they be good enough? Will they look overweight? What will other people think?
Recently I had the pleasure of working with Heart of the Cotswolds - independent celebrants, I was intrigued to discover how they work differently to vicars, priests and registrars. Gillian from Heart of the Cotswolds was kind enough to explain their role and how they can help make your day truly special.
Winter weddings are magical and planning a winter wedding can result in a very stylish unique day. So how to have a merry wedding? Brides Magazine has a great article on planning your winter wedding.
What is an unplugged wedding and what are the benefits of having an unplugged wedding?
What are the must have wedding photos from your special day? Here is my list of the must have wedding photos you should have captured on your wedding day.
Getting ready for your pre wedding photoshoot? If you need some extra tips, check out this list we created just for you!
All of our packages have the option to book two photographers for your wedding – but why book a second photographers? A second photographer is an additional photographer who is there to cover the wedding as well. We may also choose to have two photographers at your wedding for many reasons.
We’re here today to talk about getting ready for your wedding day.
Planning a spring wedding? Check out our checklist for a perfect spring wedding.
An engagement photoshoot with Tilly and Josh at the beautiful Robinswood Hill in Gloucestershire.
From albums to zoom lenses here is a bit of a fun - my A-Z of Wedding Photography
Once you have Chosen your Gloucestershire Wedding venue I'm happy to go for a pre Wedding visit with you but why should you visit your wedding venue with your photographer?
Actually getting married doesn’t have to be expensive, just the cost of the registry office and the job is done right? Well most people want more than this and putting on the whole wedding with bells and whistles is what costs the money.
There’s no other piece of jewellery as emotionally charged as an engagement ring and perhaps no question as important as asking your beloved to spend the rest of their life with you.
Q & A with Gloucestershire photographer Questions for your wedding photographer