Traditional (Classic) Wedding Photography
The wedding most of us are used to - dress code is formal, often 'black tie' - it usually involves a religious ceremony, often at a church, and cocktails and a sit-down reception at a specialist venue such as a golf club, hotel or wedding reception hall followed by dancing.
The bride and groom usually get ready separately and often choose to meet beforehand for a romantic quiet moment before the ceremony which allows casual, relaxed portrait photography that later includes families and the bridal party - a highly recommended procedure for those wanting to maximize their time with their guests.
Alternately, all the photography involving the bride & groom, their families & the bridal party is squeezed in between the end of the ceremony and the start of the reception.
Planning a traditional wedding?
I would love to be your photographer. Let's start with checking my availability on your wedding date. If I am free, I would love to work with you.