Today I am looking back at the lovely Laura and Dale’s wedding last September at one of my familiar venues, converted Grade II listed building – The Engine Shed in Wetherby.
With Christmas and New Year a distant memory, many people are starting to think about wedding plans. If that sounds like you, then you may very soon be deciding on who you’d like to take your wedding photos.
Last year I started a series of FAQs blog posts, which, as the title may suggest, aims to answer the many questions you may have when it comes to choosing your wedding photographer. The series is basically an extension of my frequently asked questions section of my website, elaborating on some of the questions and answers, and hopefully helping you during your search for a photographer who will fit your wedding needs.
Sadly, I neglected to keep up to date on this series, as weddings, life and that pesky GDPR hoo-ha got in the way. Needless to say, it was a pretty poor effort on my part. But let’s put that behind us and get going with the latest frequently asked question:
How do I book you as my wedding photographer?
A slightly belated happy new year to you all! With the summer seemingly an age away, I thought I would remind ourselves of the cracking summer we had last year, and of Christina and Veli’s wedding in August at The Sun Pavilion in Harrogate.
I am really getting into the swing of wedding season 2018 at the moment, so I’m not blogging as often as I would normally. However, I thought I would take a little time out from shooting and editing to reminisce about my first wedding of the year which took place at the historic Merchant Adventurers’ Hall in York back in January.
You may remember my lovely bride and groom Natalie and Jack from their engagement shoot last spring. I first met them at a wedding show, where they were the lucky winners of an engagement photo shoot competition I was running. So I was very excited when they decided to book me for their wedding photography.
They both met when they were working as guides at York Castle Museum, dressing as Victorians, cooking medieval food and playing with 18th century weaponry – how fun!