I would like to take this opportunity to reassure all my current bookings and anyone who wishes to book future weddings during the current COVID-19 crisis that,
I am happy to accommodate any change of date for your wedding should your ceremony be postponed due to COVID-19. There will be no additional cost to you for changing the date.
Any new booking for future weddings will also be able to change the date should your ceremony be postponed due to COVID-19 at no additional cost.
Please be confident that I will work with all current and future brides and grooms to photograph your wedding day, despite the difficulties that we are all currently faced with.
Changes are subject to my availability, but I will do everything I can to help find a photographer to cover the wedding should you not be able to find a date when I am available. If you wedding proceeds but on split dates for example, wedding ceremony at a church on the original date and wedding reception postponed to an alternative date additional charges may be incurred for travel time and mileage costs.
So just so you are aware dates that I am currently NOT available are 23rd May, 6th June, 18th July, 2nd August, 5th August, 6th August, 22nd August, 5th September all in 2020.
In 2021 I am NOT available on the 20th March , 22nd and 23rd May, 28th August.
I will update this information as it changes.
Please don't hesitate to contact me should you have any questions, would like to rearrange your date, book me as your photographer for a future date, or think that I can help you in any way.
You can contact me via the website contact form, or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian and Sarah had a wedding of 3 parts.
They started their wedding with an intimate ceremony at Beverley Registry Office. Close friends and family joined them to witness the exchange of vows. The small ceremony room was perfect for the small wedding party.
Following the ceremony we moved into the gardens adjoining the registry office, they were perfect for the formal group photographs.
Beverley Registry Office
After the ceremony the wedding party moved to one of Ian and Sarah's favourite restaurants. Here they celebrated their wedding with their family and friends, enjoying Italian food and a drink or 2.
Part 2 of their wedding celebrations took them to a warmer climate with blue sky's and sandy beaches. Here they had another ceremony along with a relaxing break.
The third and final part of Ian and Sarah's wedding celebrations took place at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Hull. This is a new Hilton Hotel in Hull.
At the beginning of the night we made use of part of the roof top bar for some formal group photographs with family and close friends before the main celebration started.
Ian and Sarah booked the Ballroom to party the night away in. This large room with high ceilings is capable of accommodating 1000 people, with its own private bar area and entrance away from the main hotel it really is a grand place to celebrate and party in.
With all of their friends and family present Ian and Sarah cut their wedding cake and then took to the dance floor for the traditional first as husband and wife.
For entertainment there was a DJ playing disco tunes, live band and even karaoke if anyone fancied having a sing after some dutch courage.
After a night of dancing and partying there is the option to book into one of the Hiltons 124 rooms, enabling you to really enjoy the night and not have far to rest your tired feet and head.
DoubleTree by Hilton
53 Kenwick Road Louth LN11 8EH