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Professional wedding photographer based in London. Exclusive prices, deluxe packages, flawless customer service, bespoke photography.
Professional wedding photographer based in London. Exclusive prices, deluxe packages, flawless customer service, bespoke photography.

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Let's go on, dear brides and grooms, with our complimentary tips we are collecting to share with you.

Wedding planning can be a lot of fun, but we know it can have the odd moment of stress too! Do yourself a favour and avoid these big wedding planning mistakes.

Don’t compare your wedding to anyone else’s
Your friend from work has already got their bridesmaid dresses and favours sorted and you have yet to book your venue. Don’t let their organisational masterminding freak you out!

Don’t ask for too many opinions
This is a bit of a controversial one, but try to avoid asking for too many opinions (although be warned people will offer them up whether you asked or not!). If you’re planning on doing something a bit different and aren’t too sure, discuss it with a few close friends with opinions you trust. Asking lots of people can confuse you and scare you off brilliant unique ideas. Having said that…

Don’t exclude people
There are lots of friends and family who will want to help, be mindful of people who don’t have big roles on the day and try to involve them in other ways. Remember to keep your fiancé informed of everything too – pre-wedding fights are not ideal.

Don’t be fooled by Pinterest
Yep all those weddings are beautiful, but most of them were created with a whole team of people including a stylist. Pick a few bits you like and recreate them as best you can, but don't worry if they're not exactly the same.

Don’t ignore the wedding budget
It’s very tempting to buy little bits here and there and conveniently “forget” to add it on to your budget spreadsheet, but the little things add up so pop them on there to keep track of your spending.

Makeup touch ups
If you’re lucky enough to be natural beauty you won’t need any, but avoid flushed faces and dry lipstick in photos with a quick touch up.

Enjoy the moment
If you spend all your time focusing on what’s coming up you’ll forget what the day is all about. Relax and enjoy the day. It goes past way too quickly!
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Let's go on, dear brides and grooms, with our complimentary tips we are collecting to share with you.

Wedding planning can be a lot of fun, but we know it can have the odd moment of stress too! Do yourself a favour and avoid these big wedding planning mistakes.

Don’t compare your wedding to anyone else’s
Your friend from work has already got their bridesmaid dresses and favours sorted and you have yet to book your venue. Don’t let their organisational masterminding freak you out!

Don’t ask for too many opinions
This is a bit of a controversial one, but try to avoid asking for too many opinions (although be warned people will offer them up whether you asked or not!). If you’re planning on doing something a bit different and aren’t too sure, discuss it with a few close friends with opinions you trust. Asking lots of people can confuse you and scare you off brilliant unique ideas. Having said that…

Don’t exclude people
There are lots of friends and family who will want to help, be mindful of people who don’t have big roles on the day and try to involve them in other ways. Remember to keep your fiancé informed of everything too – pre-wedding fights are not ideal.

Don’t be fooled by Pinterest
Yep all those weddings are beautiful, but most of them were created with a whole team of people including a stylist. Pick a few bits you like and recreate them as best you can, but don't worry if they're not exactly the same.

Don’t ignore the wedding budget
It’s very tempting to buy little bits here and there and conveniently “forget” to add it on to your budget spreadsheet, but the little things add up so pop them on there to keep track of your spending.

Makeup touch ups
If you’re lucky enough to be natural beauty you won’t need any, but avoid flushed faces and dry lipstick in photos with a quick touch up.

Enjoy the moment
If you spend all your time focusing on what’s coming up you’ll forget what the day is all about. Relax and enjoy the day. It goes past way too quickly!
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Let's go on, dear brides and grooms, with our complimentary tips we are collecting to share with you.

Wedding planning can be a lot of fun, but we know it can have the odd moment of stress too! Do yourself a favour and avoid these big wedding planning mistakes.

Don’t compare your wedding to anyone else’s
Your friend from work has already got their bridesmaid dresses and favours sorted and you have yet to book your venue. Don’t let their organisational masterminding freak you out!

Don’t ask for too many opinions
This is a bit of a controversial one, but try to avoid asking for too many opinions (although be warned people will offer them up whether you asked or not!). If you’re planning on doing something a bit different and aren’t too sure, discuss it with a few close friends with opinions you trust. Asking lots of people can confuse you and scare you off brilliant unique ideas. Having said that…

Don’t exclude people
There are lots of friends and family who will want to help, be mindful of people who don’t have big roles on the day and try to involve them in other ways. Remember to keep your fiancé informed of everything too – pre-wedding fights are not ideal.

Don’t be fooled by Pinterest
Yep all those weddings are beautiful, but most of them were created with a whole team of people including a stylist. Pick a few bits you like and recreate them as best you can, but don't worry if they're not exactly the same.

Don’t ignore the wedding budget
It’s very tempting to buy little bits here and there and conveniently “forget” to add it on to your budget spreadsheet, but the little things add up so pop them on there to keep track of your spending.

Makeup touch ups
If you’re lucky enough to be natural beauty you won’t need any, but avoid flushed faces and dry lipstick in photos with a quick touch up.

Enjoy the moment
If you spend all your time focusing on what’s coming up you’ll forget what the day is all about. Relax and enjoy the day. It goes past way too quickly!
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5 things every bride forgets to do on her wedding day.

There are a few things every single bride forgets to do on her wedding day! Be forewarned and most importantly remember to sit back, relax and enjoy the happiest day of your life.

Eat!
You fork out a load of dollar for some truly amazing wedding food and chances are you will hardly touch it. You’ll be so busy chatting and flitting about the place that you’ll miss the canapé trays – but it is important to line that stomach and make sure you have enough energy for dancing later.

Spend time with your new husband
The day is all about you two, but for some reason you always seem to be on different sides of the room! Take ten minutes away from all the craziness and let it all sink it.

Spend time with your parents
There’s so many people there that you haven’t seen for years so you want to have a good catch up. However, don’t forget to take some time to chat to the people who have always been there for you and will continue to be there in the future.

Makeup touch ups
If you’re lucky enough to be natural beauty you won’t need any, but avoid flushed faces and dry lipstick in photos with a quick touch up.

Enjoy the moment
If you spend all your time focusing on what’s coming up you’ll forget what the day is all about. Relax and enjoy the day. It goes past way too quickly!
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Wedding Tip #5: Couple portraits.

You have to allocate 45 minutes extra for couple photographs. These pictures are the cherry on top of your wedding. Here we can get creative and create masterpieces.
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Wedding Tip #5: Family pictures are important

If you have a large family then you have to plan how many group photographs we take. Concentrate on the ‘must haves’ such as immediate family and we’ll save lots of time
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Wedding Tip #4: Put your phone away.

Nothing is happening that’s more important than your wedding, OK?
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Wedding Tip #3: Have all your rings and other wedding details ready to be photographed in advance:

While you are getting ready M Photography will likely want to take photographs of the rings, your jewelry, your invitations, your shoes, bouquets, and any other special items you are using that day.
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