Jill Pendleton Photographer
With the bride before she sets off.
Photos of wedding ‘stuff’ new shoes, dress on the hanger, helpers involved, candid shots if you wish of hair preparation, flowers waiting, Dad reading his speech, bridesmaids at play, a hundred and one things that go to make up the start of a bride’s special day. The arrival of the wedding car. Photos taken in the car maybe….
At the venue before the Bride’s arrival. Usually done by Rob. Groomsmen at the ready. Checking the ring, guests arriving.
Into church or wedding venue. Meeting the officiating person.
Photos of the ceremony with no fuss and no intrusion.
Taking the vows from the rear of the room.
Signing the register.
Candid shots of guests involved with the ceremony. Participation shots as and where.
Cameo shots of details inside the ceremony room or church.
Bride and Groom taking first steps through the throng. On the exit. With the officiating Minister or Registrar.
Leaving church. Confetti, Car shots, on the journey if you wish.
Arriving at reception. Candid and formal shots as requested. Lots of cameo shots. Very relaxed. No pressure.
During the reception. Guests chatting, Bride and Groom throughout the event capturing the atmosphere.
Speeches. Taken at a distance with a long lens so as not to distract the speaker.
Overall shots of the room. Close ups of details, wedding cake, champagne, gifts etc.
Up to the first dance of the evening.
We are in no way intrusive. Rather we prefer to photograph the event and give guidance as requested. Obviously after over 100 weddings, we know the routine, and if a bride and groom need to know ‘what do we do next?’ we are there to lend a hand.
I am the principal photographer on the day, and Rob records all manner of interesting things that will remind you of your wedding for years to come.
Please feel free to come and discuss your day with me and see our work.
I am very happy to supply you with details to get in touch with previous couples for endorsements.