I want to reassure couples that I am adhering to all current rules and regulations regarding Covid-19. I will be keeping a safe distance during your wedding day and will keep the majority of pre-wedding meetings online or on the phone instead of face to face.
I will wear a face mask, wash my hands regularly and carry hand sanitiser – applying regularly when hand washing is not available.
I will leave my contact details with your venue as required for track and trace, and I will not be in attendance if required to self isolate due to illness or someone I’ve been in close contact with has tested positive. If this is the case, I will attempt to provide suitable cover for your wedding photography. If this is not possible I will refund all monies paid in full.
Regarding your group shots, during this time I will discourage groups of more than six or mixing of different households/bubbles. I will however consider a large group shot with sufficient spacing between smaller household/bubble groups if this is possible with your venue.
I wish to state that I am not responsible for ensuring social distancing rules are adhered to by you or any of your guests and other suppliers. My style of photography is mainly documentary so aside from group photos and couples portraits, I do not direct you for photographs. I am able to keep a safe distance from you and your guests.
New maximum number rules
With new changes coming in from 28 September 2020 regarding the total number of people in attendance for your big day, I am sure there are a lot of big decisions to make and discussions to have. I want to let you know I am here for you and happy to chat through any concerns you may have.
The government website states:
“From 28 September, weddings, civil partnership ceremonies and wedding receptions are restricted to 15 people. Receptions must be sit down meals. Anyone working is not counted as part of the limit.”
I do believe that suppliers, such as photographers, are included in the ‘working people’ bit. I will be keeping a close eye on developments and update this page accordingly.
My advice before making any decision is to discuss maximum numbers with your venue/church/registrars/family and friends along with your suppliers so we can all work together and come to a decision in terms of your next steps. In the meantime, here is the link to the government website with further detail. This will hopefully be updated regularly with the ever changing situation.
If you would like to have a chat, please do get in touch for a catch up. Email email@example.com or call me on 07795 261153. Let’s make your day fantastic!