Affordable and Stunning Wedding Photography
Remember, we’re based in Wrexham, but are happy to travel throughoutout North and Mid Wales,
Cheshire and Shropshire too!
For Registry Offices in Wrexham, Chester, Mold, Hawarden and surrounding areas please visit our Registry Office Page for some great offers.
Out of Season/Mid-Week/Last Minute Wedding Dates
We can offer some Fantastic Offers !!! Phone TODAY for our best price !
As we are full-time professional photographers, we are available to cover weddings seven days a week. Whatever the weather you can be assured we have seen it all before, experience is essential in poor weather conditions or low light. This is where a professional can, and will, ensure your wedding photographs tell the story of your day whether it be sun – rain – hail – wind – snow (with the British weather sometimes all in one day) and your album will be one you treasure.
During 2011/12 we photographed numerous mid-week and out of season weddings at locations such as Llyndir Hall with their fantastic grounds, Highfield Hall Hotel, Northop Hall a lovely welcoming hotel, Lion Quays Waterside Resort with canalside gardens, Rowton Castle – always a favourite all year round, Bodidris Hall Hotel which looks fantastic in the snow, The Bryn Howel Hotel – the views of snow capped mountains from the balcony are amazing, Davenport Green Hotel in Manchester – fantastic photo opportunities, Grosvenor Pulford – again another of our favourites all year round. Rossett Hall Hotel a warm and welcoming hotel and The Cross Lanes Country House Hotel with picturesque gardens are two more hotels that have worked at in autumn/winter weddings during 2011/12 together with Wild Pheasant Llangollen with the views of Dinas Bran Castle.
You can view a few images from the weddings we have covered in 2012/13 on our new blog page which we decided to start in May 2011 when we launched our brand new website to allow future clients to view just a small glimpse of the work we do each week. We aim to feature every wedding in 2013 – so keep checking back for updates.