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I’m often asked a very important question by my couples: “How long will it take to get our photos after the wedding?”

The period after your wedding can be filled with excitement and anticipation as you wait to relive those magical moments through photographs. Understanding this, I strive to deliver your images as swiftly as possible without compromising on the quality and artistry that are hallmarks of my work.

Typically, you can expect to receive beautifully edited wedding photos between 1 and 2 weeks after your wedding. I take the necessary time to meticulously edit each photograph, ensuring that every image you receive encapsulates your special day’s emotions, beauty, and uniqueness.

In this timeframe, I painstakingly go through the images taken on your wedding day. I handpick the best, those that truly tell your love story, and then perfect each one. I consider factors like colour balance, exposure, contrast and many more, all to bring out the best in every image and make them truly timeless.

But rest assured; the wait will be worth it. Your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life. I aim to provide images that will allow you to relive those memories in all their beauty and grandeur for many years.

I understand that the wait can sometimes feel like forever, but remember, the best things come to those who wait. The result will be a stunning collection of images that truly reflect the magic of your special day.

Of course, I understand the eagerness to catch a quick glimpse of your special day’s highlights. You will be super excited to see the results, so I offer the option of posting a few sneak peek images on my business Facebook page the day after the wedding. This gives the happy couple, friends, and family a quick glimpse into the magical moments we captured together. It’s a great way to share some highlights while the joy and excitement remain fresh. Rest assured; I will only share these sneak peeks with your express permission, respecting your privacy and allowing you to control the first public glimpses of your wedding day.

Thanks for stopping by, and as always, feel free to reach out if you have any further questions.

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