If you want to use our cinematography and photography packages, then our process follows five steps to ensure you get what you want:
Step one: Consultation meeting
The first step is to meet with you to discuss exactly what you are looking for from us. This meeting is no obligation and completely free, so there is no harm in contacting us to discuss the options that we have available for you.
At this meeting, you can view samples of our previous work, watch movies and ask us any questions that you have about our services. Once concluded we will provide you with a written quote for your special day.
Step two: Planning meeting
If you decide to use us for your special day, then we will meet with you roughly three weeks in advance of the wedding at the venue (if this is possible). We will run through all the details with you and even perform a pre-wedding shoot.
Step three: The special day
For any event, we will always arrive early at your location to make sure we catch every single moment of your day. Our work starts from when you arrive and will last for the specified time. We aim to capture every moment of your special day as closely as possible.
Step four: The viewing
After the wedding and the honeymoon, we will arrange your viewing meeting. This will take place a month after the wedding date to give you time to settle down and give us time to put the finishing touches on your special day. Here, we will also run through other bits like album sizes and layout styles.
Step five: Final approval
At our last meeting, you will be able to run through and tweak your photograph album or your movie. There will then be a short wait while we finalise every aspect of your special day.
To book one of our two main services, a £500 non-refundable deposit will be required. This is a standard amount for the majority of companies in this field.
Your date will be booked upon receipt of the deposit and unfortunately due to the nature of our business, we cannot hold a date until the deposit has been received.
*terms and conditions apply.