Tuesday, January 22, 2013

posted byShelley

derby city centre wedding photography

 

WOW! Emily and Frank’s wedding in Derby city centre was certainly one to remember. It wasn’t just the bride who had a shock when an owl swooped in to deliver the rings during their wedding ceremony at Masa!

 

The owl’s starring role was a very well-kept secret and one that we haven’t seen at a wedding before! Emily and Frank chose the restaurant in a converted chapel as their Derby wedding venue and booked The Studio as their wedding photographers. There were plenty of smiles to go around and the day was filled with family, friends and laughter.

 

The Studio’s system of charging by the hour for wedding photography was great for this couple as they could tailor their wedding photography package to suit their needs perfectly. Our rates are currently £120 per hour, which includes VAT and a CD of all the high-resolution edited images from the day.

 

Ideally, if you are planning a surprise at your wedding, such as doves or a pop-up band or choir, you should have a quiet word with your wedding photographer, so that they are aware and ready. However, the great thing about professional and experienced wedding photographers is that they are always ready for anything, whether it is a wink, a cheeky grin or a full jazz band in the back row.

 

The Studio’s wedding photographers have been lucky enough to photograph some amazing weddings at fabulous venues in the East Midlands, so if you’re getting married, have a browse through our wedding photography galleries and blog posts featuring Shottle Hall, Chatsworth and Belvoir Castle, amongst others.

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby city wedding photography

 

derby wedding photographers

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