Wedding Photographers in Cheshire, North West UK
With over 25 years experience of photographing weddings in Cheshire and the North West, our wedding photographers have covered some amazing venues.
Some of these wedding venues include Carden Park, Walton Hall Gardens, The Park Royal, The Fir Grove (Hallmark) Hotel, Wincham Hall, Cottons Hotel, Park Hall, Astley Hall and many more.
Our photography style can adapt to the bride and groom’s requirements with either formal wedding photography or reportage.
Our wedding photography packages are tailored to suit our bride and groom’s requirements. Not all weddings are the same and we realise that flexibility with our clients is the key to becoming successful in wedding photography.
A few of our wedding photographs
Looking at wedding photographs on the Internet can show you the style of the wedding photographer but it can’t show you the quality. We’d be more than happy to show you some of the wedding photo albums we have made up for some of our clients, which show the high quality photographs in all their glory.
So how does it work?
It’s lovely to meet our potential brides and grooms and sit down over a nice cuppa to discuss their requirements at a consultation. During the conversation, we can offer advice and guidance for their wedding day schedule.
A rough timeline is then formed for our wedding photographers to follow. We understand that things can change so the timeline isn’t written in stone.
We are happy to quote a price at the consultation which will be based on the information provided. We will also send the quote over to you by email.
You’re not expected to make a decision at the consultation, after all you will need to have a discussion between each other. If you do wish to go ahead and book F11 for your wedding photography, we would require a 20% booking fee which will secure the photography for your wedding day.
A confirmation email will be sent out to you which will form our contract with you and a receipt for your booking fee. The balance is then due any time up to 2 weeks prior to your wedding day.