I have found that couples often come to me with similar questions regarding their wedding photography so I have tried to answer as many of these below as possible. If you have any specific questions or concerns which I have not answered below then please do get in touch.
This is normally from around the time hair and makeup arrive until after first dance. We always make a point of sticking around as long as people are up and dancing after your first dance because if we were to run for the door we could miss all of your guests enjoying themselves and letting their hair down.
I usually advise to book as early as possible. In the same way as most venues only support a single wedding per day, your photographer can only work one as well. If you have your heart set on a specific photographer I would suggest booking them at the same time you book your venue. The same also applies for a videographer too.
For weddings within 12 months I always ask for 50% of the total amount as the booking fee and the remaining 50% 30 days prior to the wedding itself. If you are booking more than 12 months in advance then I will split the booking fee so 25% of the total is payable at booking and 25% 12 months before with the remaining 50% 30 days prior.
Absolutely. I always prefer to have a meeting with all Bride and Grooms around one month prior to their wedding day, this allows me to find out more about you as a couple and to make sure that I have all the important information to ensure the details that matter to you are covered.
This is not a problem at all and is quite common.
I am happy to travel to your wedding regardless of where it is. I include travel for approximately one hour from my location to your wedding. If your wedding is taking place outside of this radius then additional costs may be involved depending if overnight stays or excess fuel costs are incurred. With international weddings I can provide a custom quotation to include the travel requirements however these are also dependant on any visa requirements for the country in question.
This depends on the coverage you choose and on the specifics of your day. A normal full day can deliver 500 to 700 images. If you have activities such as gladiator style inflatables or bucking broncos then you can expect this number to rise.