Northumberland wedding photographer offers personal touch
Last updated at 23:41, Sunday, 08 January 2012
Simplyweddingpix provides personal and affordable wedding photography for couples getting married in Northumberland.
What does “personal” mean?
Having been a keen photographer for many years I was approached by a "bride to be" who was struggling to find a wedding photographer that didn't want to "package" her and her wedding photography.
She wanted a wedding photographer that was flexible and understood what she required which included making sure she could view and retain ALL her OWN wedding photographs!
She also wanted an emphasis on spontaneity and informality in the wedding pictures that would capture the mood of the day and her guest’s personalities.
If you are thinking along similar lines then simplyweddingpix would be delighted to talk to you.
Pricing is uncomplicated and easy to understand with no set "packages". It aims to put the customer in control which means you won't be constrained by "Option 1 2 or 3".
The set fee of £750 covers all meetings prior to the day and then wedding photography pre, during and after the ceremony up to and including the "first dance". This includes the supply on CD or DVD of all images taken on the day for the Bride and Groom to use as they wish.
For a small additional (but optional) fee we can help you organize the production of your Wedding Album, bring your wedding images to life with your favourite piece of music on DVD or manage the printing and distribution of extra prints to friends and family – with no “middle man” premium fees for doing so!
Based in Stocksfield we will travel anywhere in Northumberland and would be delighted to talk to you about your wedding day photography without any obligation.
First published at 23:29, Sunday, 08 January 2012
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk
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