This depends on the time of year and which day the wedding is on. Contact me with your details and we can chat about a bespoke package. 

It usually takes up to 6 – 8 weeks for me to hand edit all the content from your wedding. I will then post out a little package with your USB drive, your private web gallery, and some other goodies.

Yes they can! I create an online gallery for you and your guests that is password protected. They will be able to
view and download images from the gallery or order high quality copies of individual pictures from myself.

I will send you a link to a beautiful Pic-Time gallery with all of the edited images. These will be high resolution with no watermarks so you will be able to print copies yourselves if you wish. You also have the option to order prints via your gallery. I will also send you a USB drive with the files on ( Only for 5 hour + Packages)

This will depend on a few things such as how many hours of coverage you have or how many guests are at your
wedding. From a 5 hour shoot you can expect between 200 – 300 images. Longer appointments generate more pictures, and a full day could be represented by 500 up to 800 images.

I do, indeed! I call them Adventure Shoots as we do a bit of exploring. This is a good option if you would like a bit of practice in front of the camera or if you are making save-the-date cards with your lovely faces on them! A shoot costs £200 for up to two hours.

I would describe my style as ‘blended’ with documentary and elements of fine art portraiture.

For the most part, I shoot discreetly, mindful of the unique lighting and compositional aspects of your day. For portraits and group shots, I’m comfortable and skilled at giving direction, even to large numbers, to achieve beautiful pictures that capture the different personalities and emotions of your friends and family. I always snap away between poses, too, as unposed shots are often people’s favourites.

Of course, and I insist. Choosing the right photographer is an important aspect of your planning, so it’s essential that we all feel that we’re a good fit. Once I have sent over my wedding guide, and you have a package in mind, we can meet in person or over Zoom to get to know each other.

It’s not a dealbreaker, but I very much appreciate a hot meal when shooting for 8 to 10 hours. I tend to eat at the same time as your guests, as nobody wants a photo snapping of
them when they’re mid-mouthful. Plus, it means I can be ready and raring to capture the next part of the wedding (e.g. speeches/evening reception). Therefore, it’s worth asking your caterers to provide food for me at the same time you’ll be dining so we remain in sync with one another.

I am as likely to be ill on the day as you are. I haven’t had to bring out the big guns yet, but if anything happens, you will not be left at the altar without a photographer. I have the most incredible network of likeminded photographers all over the country, and a replacement will be sent without any additional admin or fee. They will be similar in style, and I will still edit the images for you. This will of course be communicated with you with as much notice as possible.



Then I’m eager to discover your story and explore the exciting prospect of creating something amazing together! 

Hit the button below, and it will lead you straight to my contact form. I’ll send over my super handy wedding guide, complete with pricing information, so we can kickstart our adventure together.

Not a fan of forms? No problem! You can also reach me directly at info@maytreephotography.co.uk