Prices for Wedding Photography

Updated: 06/09/2020

Packages

£600

Half Day

5hr

Coverage from the ceremony until the wedding breakfast

£800

Full Day

9hr

Coverage from the bride getting ready through to 9pm

£200

Ceremony

1hr

Need more hours? £100/hr

🇬🇧   United Kingdom   |   English (UK)   |   £ (GBP) 💳 Deposit: 25%

All Inclusive Wedding Photography

All of my wedding photography packages are all-inclusive, that means no hidden costs or extra charges. 

If you’d like to hire me to stay longer than 9pm please send me a message and we can discuss your wedding plans.

Popular wedding dates usually get booked a year in advance so please enquire as early as you can to check my availability. I reply within 48 hours.

When you book my wedding photography services you receive 

  • 1 Photographer 
  • USB of fully edited images
  • High resolution (able to print A3)
  • Rights to print all images
  • No watermarks or logos
  • Images backed up for 1 year
  • Future discounts

Photography for

Small Weddings

40 guests or less

Full Day

£700

North West England

Half Day

£500

North West England

Ceremony-Only

£200

Southport, Tarleton, Scarisbrick, Ormskirk and Formby (only)

The average cost of a wedding photographer… 

The average price of hiring a wedding photographer in the UK is between £1100 and £1400 for full day digital coverage including images. 

How to choose your wedding photographer…

A common mindset that is very easy to fall into is “price equals quality”. Just because somebody charges half as much does not necessarily mean their quality or service is lesser than somebody who charges more. 

Why do wedding photographers charge so much?

Art is subjective, every photographer values his or her work differently but I’m guessing thats not the answer you are after. Here are a few variables that contribute to how much a wedding photographer usually charges:

Their education, training, professional equipment, insurance, redundancy equipment, upkeep, backup, storage, advertising, time spent responding to clients, meeting, photographing the wedding!, processing images, fullfilling orders, quality control, working with accountant and lawyers, writing up contracts, website design, networking with other vendors… 

OK so… I’m strugling to list more things here but you get the idea! its mostly down to the amount of time each wedding takes if I’m honest (and the fact we want to do this full time).

https://www.yourperfectweddingphotographer.co.uk/article/why-is-wedding-photography-so-expensive/

Do you offer an engagement session or photoshoot?

I do, every client that books my full day package receives a free pre-wedding photoshoot.

Final thoughts…

if you can’t decide who’s photos you like more, go with the personality type you can get along with more on the day. Wedding photographers are the only vender that will be with you the entire day.

Not what you were looking for?

Need me to photograph something else? Check out my freelance photography page.