Trash the dress
Once the dust has settled a few weeks after the wedding ceremony and once they have came back from their honeymoon I always try to arrange an opportunity to arrange an informal catch up. I love meeting my couples and this gives us a chance to share memories and laughter thinking back about the day. We can also kill several birds with one stone as we can review the edited photographs. This is often the first time that they have viewed the images in there full entirety. The sheer joy on the couples faces is a sight to behold and I sincerely wish that I could bottle that emotion of nostalgia harking back on the thrills and spills of their biggest of big days. This also gives us chance to talk about the process of how the selection of images for the wedding album works. On average my wedding books have a capacity of around 125 images. Selecting which ones to include is not the easiest of tasks and it is good to be at hand to advise.
More Photos please… Rock the Frock!
I own up I couldn’t possibly resist the opportunity of getting my camera out for one last swan song. Soooo… a new service which I have started to add to my London wedding photography portfolio is Trash the Dress or Rock the Frock which is an informal post wedding photography shoot where we take photographs in a location that is out of place in a stark contrast environment from the original wedding location. By this time there is rarely much self consciousness in front of the camera as we are no longer strangers starting on this wonderful journey together. So remember the fun isn’t over until the fat lady sings, there is always time for one last knees up so get out your glad rags and trash that dress!