Your pre-wedding photo shoot is a really great way for us to get to know each other a bit better before your wedding day. It’s important in helping you feel more at ease about being in front of the camera and to give you more of an idea as to how I work. The images are perfect for use on your invitations, save-the-date cards as well as other great keepsake options for your wedding day such as signing frames and guest books.
My approach to all areas of photography remains natural and informal, including your pre-wedding photo shoot. My aim is to capture those expressive and honest moments between you and your partner. It’s a great idea to choose a location that is special to you both and we can spend some time there enjoying things you both love doing. This could mean going for a bike ride round your local village, a visit to your favourite city, having a picnic on the beach or maybe even just taking your dog for a walk in the park. The choice is yours. I’d love to hear your ideas!
Where will the pre-wedding photo shoot take place?
The session can take place at a location of your choice. Most people tend to choose a location that is special to them or I can recommend some lovely forest or parkland locations. If the venue can accommodate it, then the shoot can also take place at your wedding venue.
When will the pre-wedding photo session take place?
Sessions can be booked Mon-Fri during the day or evening and usually take place 8-4 months before the wedding date.
How do we book our pre-wedding photo shoot?
Simply get in toucha with me either via email or phone to schedule in your shoot date and location.
How long will the photo shoot last?
The pre-wedding photo shoot usually lasts up to an hour
Can we order photo-products after the session?
Yes! I offer a huge selection of products including invitations, save the date cards, frames, wall art and canvases, signing frames for the wedding day as well as guest books. Please get in touch for more information on this.
What should we wear?
I always recommend neutral tones, some pops of colour, textures and most importantly something suitable for the location and weather. Try to choose colours that complement each other and without bold logo’s.