Having a ceremony only this year? No problem...
During the current government guidelines, many couples are opting for a ceremony only wedding - perhaps with a blessing and reception next year.
The ceremony is probably the most important part of any wedding, it is the moment you become a married couple and, although guest numbers are limited, you can still have close family and friends there to share the moment with you. You don't want to be risking not having your ceremony captured properly do you?
With this in mind, you can now book me for just an hour (or multiples of 1 hour) to have your ceremony captured beautifully by an experienced wedding photographer at a very attractive and affordable price.
I can capture photos of your ceremony including:
- Guests arriving
- The arrival of the bride
- The groom waiting in anticipation
- The ceremony - provided the church or ceremony venue allows
- Signing of the register
- Family groups / informal shots after the wedding ceremony
- Beautiful shots of the two of you together in the grounds or at a location of your choice
All of the images are professionally edited and presented to you on a web gallery where you, friends and family can view, download and share as you wish free of charge.
My hourly rate is £125 so you could have your wedding ceremony captured in an hour or you can book multiple hours if you'd prefer. A small sum to pay to have the story of your marriage ceremony professionally captured for you to share wider with friends and family.
Please note this is only for ceremonies taking place this year (2020). If you are looking to book a wedding for 2021/22 please see my pricing options here.
If you have any questions at all, please contact me for a chat.
"Every love story is beautiful, but ours is my favorite."
About the Lemon House Wedding Photography
The Lemon House Wedding Photography is based in Minchinhampton near Stroud, Gloucestershire. I work to capture the amazing beauty of your wedding day with naturalistic imagery and imagination. I cover the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and the rest of the UK.
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