We provide a start to finish photography service for our clients depending on their preferences. Like any photography service there will be a photographer throughout the wedding taking photos of your special day. We also provide an additional service of personalised photo gifts at an additional costs.
Order of Service
The Order of Service is handed out to your guests as they enter the wedding venue so that they may follow the service. Generally these are either given out; one per guest or one between two and you should remember to order a few extra for the person conducting the service as well as each member of the choir. It is a good idea to get a draft copy checked by the person conducting your service before final printing as they may want to amend some details.
Table plans are usually situated outside the wedding breakfast venue so that the guests know where they will be sitting before they enter. This ensures that your guests are seated with minimal disruption. If you decide not to have a table plan then it may be a good idea to organise some alternative way to let people know where they are to be seated otherwise you could have 100 plus people walking round a room trying to find their allocated seat.
Place cards go hand in hand with the Table plan and let people know where they are to be seated. This ensures your guests receive their correct wedding favours (Woman’s, Men’s, Children’s etc) and also puts the most “important” people near the front, such as Grand Parents, Siblings etc. It’s usually a good idea to order a few extra just in case of any spelling mistakes or late additions to the guest list.
Thank you cards
It is considered good etiquette to formally thank your guests for their wedding gifts. Thank you cards are usually sent out within 3 months of the wedding. For close relatives it is also popular to send a memento of the wedding, a small gift that is a reminder of your special day. Make that gift personal with a wide range of photo gifts designed by you.
Menus are usually provided if there is a choice of meal available or if you would like your guests to know what they will be eating before it is served. Generally 2 or 3 per table are sufficient but this depends on the amount of people on each table.