All wedding days are unique to you, but here is what you might expect from a full day of wedding photography.

I'll arrive at your destination in good time, ready to photograph your preparations. I work with 1 or 2 photographers. If you choose to have 2 photographers we will be able to capture both parties getting ready at once. We don't overly pose you throughout your preparations, capturing the feeling of those moments.

On arrival at the ceremony, I will capture you and your wedding party arriving, as well as your guests arriving. I'll then photograph the ceremony from the first look down the aisle, to first kiss as a wedded couple. I'll capture register signing, to the moments you emerge newly married, with confetti and congratulations from your loved ones.

Here's where I photograph through your list of groups and capture couples, families and candid moments. I'll photograph canapés, arrivals drinks, and the laughs that go along with them. I'll capture the atmosphere and entertainment whilst you wait to be seated for your meal.

The speeches are one of my favourite parts of the day. I'll capture all the reactions of your guests, as well as yourselves and those giving speeches. Any surprises you have planned, I'll capture those as well!

As the day moves along, I'll find just the right moment, when the light is perfect, to capture the two of you together, in your first portraits as a married couple. This shouldn't take more than 30 minutes, to give you plenty of time to enjoy the festivities.

The cutting of the cake and the first dance are two great moments and I'll be there to photograph them both. I'll capture the candid moments of the evening; the fun and laughter, the dancing and drinking. I'll continue photographing, getting into the crowd, for around 30 minutes after your first dance, or longer if you choose.

If you're day is a little different, that's great! Do get in touch to ask how your photography will go. Or feel free to send any other questions along to me. I'm more than happy to answer anything you need.