Engagements & Weddings
Booking a photographer for your wedding is a huge decision as photographs are what you will have to look back on to remind you both of the memories forever, long after the guests have been thanked and the dress packed away. If you’re wanting a wedding album full of formal photos then we may not be the photographers for you.
Think of Imogen Kate Photography as more of a storyteller, using photographs as a journal of the day to express the emotions as they unfold. The ambiance, the emotion, the beauty of the day. From not just you getting ready, but from the your partner as well, after all its their wedding too.
One thing a lot of couples miss out on is what goes on while they are having those couple photos taken. Does one ever really know what the atmosphere, nerves, and laughter were had with their other half? while she is getting her hair and make up done? What goes on with the guests while they are swept away having those couple photographs taken? Well thats why we have the perfect wedding package for you. – While one photographer is taking one set of poses the other is capturing what you’re missing.
Two photographers, 2 sets of eyes, 2 complimentary styles all rolled into one. The perfect package for the perfect wedding.
So if this sounds appealing then give us a call and myself and Phil can arranage an informal meeting to discuss your needs further. The following are just a sample taken from the last couple of engagement/weddings we did together to give you an idea of our style.
ImogenKate Photography is so excited to be able to now off a Wedding Celebrant to our wedding services. You can either book direct with Barbara Gubbins herself or book through us when booking your photos. This is a more of an emotional ceremony where your love story of how you met is told to all - the ceremony can be religious, spiritual, or something that symbolises what is meaningful to you and your partner. For more information please click the following link for weddings, wedding vow renewals or children naming ceremonies).
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