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Your Moments - My Camera - Your Memories

Capturing your special moments in a series of photographs for you to treasure for the rest of your lives


Congratulations on your engagement


Your wedding day is one of the most special days of your life, one that will be remembered forever.


There is so much time that goes into planning to make the day perfect, choosing the right colour theme, making sure everything matches. 

After your wedding day, you have lots of amazing memories, your dress, shoes, flowers and often you make a decision whether to keep the flowers or not.


The one thing you do have for the rest of your life is your Wedding Photographs. Not only are these for the rest of your life, but they will be passed down through the family, they will be shared with those who you love, those who were with you on your day, your close family and friends. 

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Capturing all your special moments

"Thank you so much! 

We are absolutely over the moon with the pictures! 

Honestly we cannot thank you enough for everything you have done to capture the perfect moments of our day."

Nicola Pearson (Bride)

Karis & Alex: 

"Thanks so much for these - we have loved going through them! They're wonderful photos and we'll cherish them forever with all the amazing memories."

It’s amazing how much photographs bring back all those precious memories. I got married in 2019 and had the most fabulous day, had so many memories from the day, our photographs are what we relive the day through, we have the chance to look back through all those moments we even forgot about! 

For us, your wedding is so much more than capturing the day, it’s about giving you those precious memories for you to treasure for the rest of your lives. 

We know the desire of seeing a preview of photographs quickly – we give you a preview of 50 photographs within 48 hours from your wedding day, you can share these with all your guests or keep them to yourselves to enjoy as you board the plane to head on your honeymoon. 

Julie Farmborough:

Wow thank you Emma for the gorgeous photos you worked tirelessly, your intro caught the atmosphere and day perfectly...Thanks again, Julie (the very proud Mother of the Groom)

Charlotte & Matt

A massive big thank you for everything you’ve helped us with from getting to know you having a fun baby photo shoot and now our long awaited wedding you made it feel comfortable and not forced, jolly and fun all the way through!!! 

Thank you very much for these beautiful photos we love them!!! 


What is photographed on your wedding day?



The morning starts with your prep. As you are getting ready we set the scene with photographs of you and your bridesmaids enjoying a bottle of champagne, getting your hair and make-up done before you walk down the aisle.
As you are getting ready, we hop over to meet the groom before the formalities begin and capture some family photographs as well as the enjoyment of a pint.
Prep photos can start at anytime in the morning, we fit in around what you would like to be captured.



While we are taking your photographs, we ask for you to organise (in advance) a family member and/or friend to help round your guest up for your desired group photographs. The main reason to have group photographs is to ensure you get photos with key members of your family or friends that you 100% do not want to be missed. We recommend photos up to 10 group photos, have a list of 15 but 8- 10 you 100% want as you may find on your wedding day you don't want to wait around and you just want to get chatting or you may find it's been really easy to get everyone over and we can get all those 15+ that you wanted.


Cake Cut & First Dance

After your evening meal, often you have some time before the cake cut and evening kicks off, depending on when your evening guests arrive. Usually you cut your cake first and then have your first dance. Often the cake is moved to the dance floor so everything happens in one place.



Depending on whether you have a church ceremony or a civil ceremony, typically your ceremony lasts around 30- 45 minutes.

You choose how you want to walk down the aisle, whether you want your bridesmaids first, or yourself, who you want to walk you down, whether it's you mum or dad or both, you can also choose if you'd like to see your partner before the ceremony, maybe you want to walk in together.

We capture all the key aspects from the entrance to the readings, the vows, giving and receiving of wedding rings, the first kiss and the signing of the register.

The key thing to remember is it is your wedding day and if you don't want it all on social media, you may tell them, the registrar can make an announcement before your ceremony starts so you don't need to worry about it.


Evening Meal

After your reception with your portraits and group photographs (which usually lasts around 2 hours) you will be called in for your evening meal. At this point we capture all those natural moments with your guests enjoying each other s company,. At some weddings we have seen magicians which makes for a great conversation and gets everyone involved around the table. We enjoy capturing everyones amazed expressions as the magician shows their awesome tricks. We capture photos of your food and cake (if it's on display)


Party Time

All formalities are now done and it's really time to relax and let your hair down. Depending on how long you have booked your photographer for they often finish after your first dance. The party shots are always good ones to capture with the energy and funky lighting from the DJ.



As soon as you have signed the register, you both exit asa married couple! We then sneak off for half an hour to take some beautiful photos while your guests enjoy their reception drink. You will have around 20-30 minutes to enjoy each others company while we capture your first married moments together.



You have the choice when you'd like to do your speeches. This is entirely up to you, you have the choice when you would like the speeches to take place. Some couples decide to have speeches in between main and dessert and others decide to have speeches after the meal before tea and coffee.


Late Night Portraits

If you decide to have photography into the evening, often there is the chance to have late night portraits which can look awesome with completely different lighting to what you have had during the day. They are taken in and around the venue photographed using flash photography.

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