Today, I’d like to address a question that, while less pleasant to think about, is crucial to ensuring your wedding day runs smoothly: What happens if you’re ill on the day of our wedding?
First and foremost, let me assure you that your peace of mind is my top priority. I fully understand the trust you place in me to capture your special day, and I take this responsibility very seriously. While I have always been fortunate to maintain good health and have never missed a wedding, I have contingencies in place should anything unexpected happen.
If I’m unable to photograph your wedding due to illness, I have a robust network of professional photographers I can call upon to step in. These aren’t just any photographers. They are trusted colleagues with whom I’ve worked and whose work ethics match my own.
Not only do they deliver top-tier photographic services, but they also understand my unique approach to wedding photography and the importance I place on providing a personalised and relaxed experience for each couple. They would be fully briefed on your wedding and what you’re looking for in your photos, ensuring a seamless transition that maintains the high quality of service you expect and deserve.
The idea of your photographer falling ill can be a worry when planning your wedding. Still, I want to reassure you that you’re in safe hands with Dale Turner Photography. I’ve taken steps to ensure that no matter what happens, your wedding day will be captured beautifully, allowing you to relive those special moments for years to come.
If you have any more questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I’m here to help make your wedding planning as stress-free as possible.
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I am Dale Turner, a professional wedding photographer with over 15 years of experience capturing beautiful and timeless moments on camera. Serving Hull and East Yorkshire. I am passionate about what I do and take pride in delivering high-quality photography that will leave you with cherished memories for years to come.