These are unprecedented times, and of course very difficult to plan a wedding during a pandemic. With the future unclear my aim is to make your wedding photography as safe and stress free as possible.

If your wedding is currently going ahead I’m able to provide wedding photography following all current Government guidelines. This includes social distancing, wearing a mask and disinfectant of equipment. Should guidelines change I will adapt my working practises accordingly.

With smaller ceremonies (minimony) and limited receptions I’m very happy to offer reduced prices, please contact me to discuss your plans.

My priority is your wedding and I will always do everything possible to photograph your wedding. If I can’t, I will source a list of photographers who can. My priority is to make sure your wedding is photographed and if I’m not able I will find someone that can.

If you decide to book me to photograph your wedding and the Government declares your wedding can’t go ahead I will work with you to find an alternative date, at no extra charge. If this is not possible I will refund any fees paid less any admin costs incurred.

Please see the links below for useful information and guidelines:

Suffolk Registry Office guidelines

Church of England guidelines

Gov UK guidance for small marriages and civil ceremonies

– Covid 19 Wedding Advice For Couples (Bridebook)

– Post-Quarantine Wedding Trends (Bridebook)

– Why having a weekday wedding can be the best decision you make (Bridebook)

– COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (The Wedding Shop)

– Helping out your wedding photographer during the coronavirus pandemic (Simple Tapestry)