So, you've taken a look at my work (if not, then please do by following this link - GALLERY ) and your'e now wondering what the cost will be...
I offer a few packages which are listed below. All day coverage is the most popular, the whole day from bridal prep to after the first dance...and some party shots too! But if you're planning on an intimate midweek wedding or you're getting married later in the day it may be more than you need. That's why I tailor wedding photography packages to suit, if you can't see a package that will suit you, get in touch for a bespoke quote. Want to include an album? Something for the wall? I work with high quality album and frame manufacturers so we can add those too.
**** The following prices apply on bookings made before the 1st September 2019 ****
Weekend weddings (Fri - Sun)
All Day Coverage £995 (up to 10 hours) £1100 (up to 12 Hours) Whats included:
A pre-wedding consultation to discuss the final timings of your day and any required group shots
All day photography coverage - from bridal preparations to the first dance
An online password protected gallery with a free download option for your guests
A minimum of 400 photographs, selected and edited to my unique style, presented on USB to print as you wish with a selection of prints.
Midweek Weddings (Mon-Thursday)
Packages with shorter coverage from £595 (4 Hours)
All day - up to 10 hours £895
Albums from £350
To request a brochure with full details of packages, or a bespoke quote, please get in touch
Prices are reviewed on the 1st September every year Sarah Redman is a Lancashire wedding photographer working throughout Lancashire and West Yorkshire | Colne | Burnley | Blackburn | Clitheroe | Whalley | Preston | Manchester | Ribble Valley
www.weddingphotographerburnley.co.uk www.weddingphotographerclitheroe.co.uk www.weddingphotographerwhalley.co.uk www.weddingphotographylancashire.co.uk
Do you have back up equipment and are you insured?
I always work with back up equipment and I am insured. Along with insurance for my equipment etc. I have both professional indemnity and public liability which are the ‘must have’s’ for any professional photographer, I am also a member of the Societies of Wedding and Portrait Photographers.
What happens if you're unable to photograph the wedding last minute?
In the event of illness/cover I have a small network of friends that are professional wedding photographers and I’m part of larger groups/networks of professional wedding photographers on social media etc. Whilst I’ve never needed to get cover, I have seen it happen to other photographers and have seen even last minute cover issues be resolved very quickly and easily within these networks.
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