Let's face it you are probably spending quite a bit of hard-earned money planning your amazing wedding day. However most of us work to a budget and like to find ways to save money. Wedding photography can often be one of the ways that people try to save a few pounds. I'd like to give you quite a typical scenario. Uncle George (we will call him that for now) has a good camera and is more than happy to take your photographs. While that is really kind of him it puts Uncle George under a lot of pressure and he also misses out on relaxing and enjoying the day with you. Also, what is going to happen if anything goes wrong ? Uncle George drops the camera or it is faulty on the day. Poor Uncle George will feel awful and you may be just a bit unhappy. This is one of the reasons why your wedding photography is never something you should cut corners with. You have paid money to have a lovely day and look gorgeous and so you deserve to have great photographs as a memory to look back on. Having a professional photographer also allows your guests to relax and your photographer will be allowed to take shots that your guests will not be allowed to, or be in the correct position to. By all means your guests can take as many photos as they want of the celebrations but you do not want to rely on them. A photographer is also paid to get the images that most people will not notice or have the equipment to capture. Any professional photographer will also have full business insurance in case accidents or such like happen. So what I am leading to is that my wedding packages start from the amazing price of £199. This includes the Grooms and Guests arrival to the ceremony, the Brides all important arrival, the Ceremony and photographs after the Ceremony - all the most important parts of your day. I will then edit them fully and send you a non-copyrighted disc of all images for you to print or copy as you wish (normally a few hundred images). If this sounds like a package suitable to you please contact me and we can arrange to meet up to have a chat over a coffee (and possibly cake) :) Isn't it worth spending less than £200 to have photographs to treasure ? :) There are also several other packages up to £599 to look at if they suit your requirements better.