Autumn Pre-Wedding Photography in Colchester

 

I cannot tell you how EXCITED I am for Sarah and Matt's wedding at Mulberry House in May you guys!! I had the best time photographing these two for their pre-wedding photography session at Essex University in Colchester in Autumn last year. This is where they first met back at University and where they fell in love and began their story. It was so nice to return to a place with them that holds so many fantastic memories and hear them reminisce the old days. 

Also, I am majorly missing those sunny Autumn days and those golden tones! Winter needs to pass already and move on to the warmer and brighter Spring months, and the very exciting wedding of Sarah and Matt in May!

 
 

If you're looking to book your pre-wedding photography session, I still have availability for you. The session costs Β£300 and this includes all of the edited digital files for you to download and keep. It takes place at a location of your choice; whether that be where you got engaged, somewhere you love to spend time together, at your home or the local park. It's completely up to you! I love to hear ideas from my couples. 

The pre-wedding photography session usually lasts around an hour and we spend some time getting to know each other a bit better and chatting about your wedding plans! I get so excited hearing all the wedding details! It's a really chilled session and there's no posing involved. It's just a case of wandering around and picking some nice areas that I think will make great shots in your chosen location. The rest is all about your connection and the way you interact naturally with one another. If you need a bit of direction, I am there to help. This is why it's so great to do this before the wedding day, to get any awkwardness out of the way! A lot of my clients say that they are surprised how much they actually enjoyed their pre-wedding session afterwards and how nice it was to actually spend some time together. 

So hit me up with your pre-wedding session ideas! Speak soon x

 
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