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Weddings & Events

This document has been specifically created for Weddings & Events. 

A comprehensive set of T&Cs which answer many of the questions you will be asking yourselves.

It is designed to remove any doubts on what is covered.

There is also practical advice for anyone planning their 'big day' or other social event.

Section headings

General . Pricing . Booking . Payment . Cancellation . Postponement . Coverage . Formal Groups & Locations . Exclusivity . Reproduction . Image File Protection . Image Manipulation & Retouching . Copyright & Image Use . Fulfilment & Delivery . Weather & Delays . Force Majeure . Insurance . Personal Accident . Refund Policy . Privacy Policy . Governing Law

It can appear daunting on first reading as it covers many topics which you may not have considered.

Don’t be put off...you have so many things to organise, this should be one less to worry about.

After all, how can you book anything without a clear - or worse any - guide on which to base your decision ?

We think that ‘goes double’ for photography to last a lifetime.



Your Wedding - Your choice

How it works
Why be stuck with a 'package' dictated by someone else? 
Simply select the services & products YOU want by entering a number to replace any red '0'.
You'll instantly get both item and overall total

Want to know what you're getting?
Of course you do. There's a pop-up comment for each item to help guide you. 
Simply mouse over the item heading (storybook, memento etc) to read all about it

Over budget ? 
No problem. 

Just go back and change any options / quantity until you reach a total with which you are happy

Still within budget ? 
Why not have a look at some of the extra goodies you can add ?

OK, go ahead and download the file. Make a brew, sit down with your other-half and give it a whirl.

Can't make your mind up? 

Simply save the file and start over again...and again.  

This way, when you contact us to discuss your wedding, you'll already be clued-up. No awkward surprises then.

Excel was never so much fun