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Smaller Weddings

Small Is Beautiful

Although many of the weddings you see on our site are quite ‘grand’, we also love to photograph those which are a little more cosy and don’t require a photographer to be present all day.

 There can be a lovely intimacy to small weddings, the kind you only get with your closest friends, your closest family and over the years these have been some of our very favourites to work on.  They tend to be held on weekdays or at short notice and are often covered for fewer hours, usually photographed by Rob only.

If you’re planning a  small wedding, blessing, elopement, a vow renewal or even if you’re downsizing your wedding we’d love to hear from you.

Wedding photography for smaller weddings, blessings, vow reneewals and elopements

Short & Sweet

Smaller weddings – generally speaking – tend to be covered for less time.  Coverage can begin either with morning preparations or shortly before the ceremony and can conclude after a couple of hours, or at a set point later in the day.

Yours to enjoy & share

Your pictures are individually edited to the same standard you see here on our site –  consistent, crisp and classy.  They’ll be supplied on a lovely wooden engraved USB memory and you are welcome to print and share.

We’ll also create a private online gallery so your friends and family can browse the pictures and they’ll be able to order prints or other products directly from us.


We’re based in Bromsgrove, between Birmingham and Worcester.
Travel within 30 miles is included as standard.  Longer distances will be quoted for individually.

Availability & Pricing

Short-coverage weddings on Mon-Thu dates can usually be booked between a few days and a few months ahead.

Fri-Sun dates are much more limited, but do ask and we’ll see what’s possible.

Our smaller wedding options start at £450 for mid-week dates.
Weekends and bank holidays are subject to an extra charge

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